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  • Author: Graham, Reta L.
  • Author: Morrison, Rev. James
  • Author: Wollstadt, Genie

Date: 1994

Language: English

Find in a Library: 31702652

History of the Roman Catholic Church in Old Town, Maine's three parishes - St. Joseph, St. Mary, and Holy Family - from 1848 to 1994. Photographs, over time, of the St. Joseph and St. Mary church buildings and their complement structures. Profiles…

  • Author: Senier, Siobhan

Date: 2002

Publication: The New England Quarterly

Volume: 75

Language: en

Find in a Library: 480610151, 1759778, 50709799, 11168654

Essay exploring the 1930s Federal Writers' Project interview of Indian Island, Maine, resident and canoe maker, Henry Mitchell, transcribed by Old Town native, Robert Grady. Arguments favoring the particularly modern quality of the dually-authored…

  • Author: Hauger, Nok-Noi

Date: 2006 September 23-24

Publication: Bangor Daily News

Language: English

Find in a Library: 8818350

François Gauthier, former French consul to Boston and New England, and Françoise Gauthier visit Old Town, Maine, and the University of Maine's Franco-American Centre to learn more about Maine's French heritage.

  • Author: Weiner, Marli Frances (editor)

Date: 2005

Language: en

Find in a Library: 61184330

Find Online: OL9521726M

From UMaine Press: "This volume of fourteen essays on Maine women's history fills a real need, helping to answer questions about what women were doing in local communities and highlighting their similarities and differences from women elsewhere.…

  • Author: Desjardins, Lise A.

Date: 1995

Thesis Type: M.S., Nursing

Institution: University of Maine at Orono

Language: en

Find in a Library: 34127818

From the author: "The purpose of this thesis was to explore and describe the health and illness beliefs of a Franco-American community in Northern Maine. A major assumption of this study was that culture impacts all aspects of life and therefore…