Historical Society

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Photos from Canton Maine Historical Society's post

The 'Vital Records of Canton Maine, Maine Genealogical Society Special Publication No. 82' book compiled by Gregory S. Childs has been delivered to the Historical Society. The book is displayed in ... See more

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Always enjoy reading through the Dixfield Star when it comes in the mail. Imagine our delight when we opened the most recent edition! Thank you Dixfield Historical Society for your support and kind ... See more

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Meeting tonight. 6:00 Social time / 6:30 Business. Joining us at 6:00 is Fred Thompson who will bring photos etc. for folks to see and help identify. See you there...

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The next project on our list! Please feel free to share.

For the last year, the Canton Historical Society has been upgrading our 'new to us' 1897 Grange building (PoH #110). We held a Grand Opening on July 7th with great fan fair. This is the first time ... See more

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Came across an interesting obituary from The Canton Telephone. April 25, 1883.

DIED, -- Canton, April 24. A.D. 1883. "Jacky," the owl.
The deceased came to town about Christmas in the year 1882. ... See more

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Photos from Canton Maine Historical Society's post

Great day for a jigsaw puzzle! CHS Country Store & Museum open 10-2 today and 12-2 tomorrow.

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ISO a gently used refrigerator for our kitchen.

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Vital Records of Canton, Maine has been published as compiled by Greg Childs We will be adding this book to our archives and will also offer it for sale in the Country Store. Stay tuned for more ... See more

"Sorry. Our town records all burned or were lost."
Greg Childs refused to accept that answer from CANTON, MAINE, and dug until he found them buried under/in boxes of assorted papers in an old ... See more

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Photos from Canton Maine Historical Society's post

A fantastic presentation last night by Peter Stowell regarding The Lost Indian Tribes of Western Maine. Thank you all who came out in the hot weather... near capacity crowd!

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Images of Oxford County

See you this evening.

I'm presenting "Lost Indian Tribes of Western Maine" to the Canton Historical Society tonight at 6:30. Come on down!

So it's appropriate that I post this picture of "Four Patterson Girls" today. ... See more

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