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Counties ME. Regions ME. FS: ME Record Collections. Ancestry: ME State Research Guide. FamilySearch Wiki: ME. From FamilySearch Wiki United States Maine Welcome to the Maine page,the Pine Tree State Portland Head Light Station, ME.

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Most unique genealogical features:British fisherman permanently settled Maine before the Pilgrims in 1620 Maine was part of Massachusetts until the 1820 Missouri Compromise[1] Numerous border, county, and name changes affected record keeping[1] Maine has the most uneven quality of vital town records of New England[2] Counties Click on the map below to go to a county page. Major Repositories Migration Routes Did you know? Maine was formed by glaciers in the Ice Age. Research Tools. ME State Archives. MHS: ME History Online. MHS: ME Memory Network. Maine Genealogical Society. Home Publications & MGS Store Special Collections & MGS Store The Maine Genealogical Society has a collection of nearly 70 titles that have been published by the Society as part of our Special Collection series through our publisher, Picton Press.

Maine Genealogical Society

MGS Members can purchase these publications at a substantial discount off the retail price. In addition, our online store includes back issues of our scholarly journal, The Maine Genealogist, and the ability to join or renew your membership through our secure payment gateway. To shop, select a category from the list to the left to begin browsing our various collection, or if you are looking to see if we have a particular title in stock, you can use the search feature of this page to find the title you are looking for. Click here to browse our current catalog of Special Publications on one page. MGS: ME Families in 1790.

The goal of the Maine Families in 1790 series is to document all of the families living in Maine at the time of the 1790 census.

MGS: ME Families in 1790

The intent is to establish these families through accurate and well-documented summaries, providing a basis for further research. To date ten volumes have been published and these document nearly 2,500 families living in Maine in 1790. Not only has Maine Families in 1790 become one of the first sources to consult for Maine genealogical research, it has also allowed researchers to get in touch with the other persons working on the same families since the names of all submitters are published. Maine Families in 1790 is a project in which ALL Maine genealogists are encouraged are participate and share information.

Maine Genealogical Society is now accepting families for Volume 11. Submissions of families may be made in any format, but please include as much of the following information listed below as possible. 2. 3. ME State Library. Maine Registers of Deeds. Access Genealogy: Maine. MARVEL! ME's Virtual Library. Fogler Library: Newspapers. Newspapers on microfilm (yellow background) are located on the first floor in the Microforms area.

Fogler Library: Newspapers

All others (blue background) can be accessed through the Special Collections Department and must be requested one week in advance. Return to newspaper page Or view list arranged by title Return to top level page Home | Resources | Services | Search | Help | Site Map | Campus. Fogler Library: ME Town Reports. Maine: New Eng Old Newspaper Index Project. AH: ME Historical Newspapers. RootsWeb: Books We Own ME. MaineGenealogy.net. Oxford County Historical Societies. First Settlers of the Aroostook River Valley. Genealogical Books of ME. New Books are in red highlight Other books available on request Written by Joseph Whipple and published in Bangor, Maine by Peter Edes 1916 102 pages- Contents: Acadie, Providence of Maine, District of Maine boundries, Territory, Climate, Face of the Country Soil, Growth, Productions, domestic and Native animals, birds, fish, minerals, manufactures,exports and Imports,

Genealogical Books of ME

Reference List on ME Local History. A Check List of ME Local Histories. You are browsing the text-only version of this page.

A Check List of ME Local Histories

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Login Help To access many U-M computing services, you will need a Login ID (uniqname or Friend ID) and the associated password. Upper St. John River Valley. Bowdoin College Library. University of Maine. Books, pamphlets, state documents, and other forms of printed material provide extensive coverage of Maine's cities, towns, counties, and her people and institutions.

University of Maine

These printed resources are complemented by a substantial body of original source materials. While the collections are largely Maine-related, some material pertaining to broader subject areas, such as maritime history, are also found in the department. Please look over our policies before coming to use the collection. Most of our boxed manuscript collections, newspapers, and ledgers are housed in the Library Annex. We require one week's notice in order to make those materials available. A member of the Special Collections staff is available to assist researchers during all open hours.

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