Charles Webber, Co. "D", 21st Maine Vol
One of the many efforts currently underway at earlyMaine.org is the addition of historic letters and documents that may otherwise not be available to the general public. These documents are things I have found in old books, antique shops, and myfavorite, ebay.
Today, I added a new letter to the Letters Collection, which can be found under the "Our Projects" menu of earlyMaine.org The letter is confirmation of the burial place for Charles Webber of Company D, 21st Maine Volunteers. To read the text of the letter, click on the "Read More" link below. For an actual scanned PDF image of this letter, visit the Letter Collection.
And, if you have an interesting historical letter or some other bit of history you would like to share with our visitors, please feel free to contact me for information about we can help you make that information available to others by using the "Contact Us" link in the main menu bar.
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Carmel Historical Society
If you're not familiar with the Carmel Historical Society, check out this article in the Bangor Daily News by Toni-Lynn Robbins.
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PHILIP HENRY HOLMES
Artist, Sculptor, Inventor, Collector and Maker Of Violins
A newspaper article in the Gardiner Independent on February 24, 1900, depicts the life of a well-renown Gardiner Man.
Last Updated (Monday, 24 September 2007 09:21)