LCHA and the Maine Bicentennial

By Louise T. Miller, Education Director of Lincoln County Historical Association Maine turns 200 in 2020. Bicentennial commemoration events have already kicked off across the state, with countless more planned throughout the year. LCHA will be actively involved in these commemorations in several ways. We will have a float in the statehood parade in Lewiston/Auburn in May.

LCHA Recommends Books About Maine For National Reading Month

By Louise T. Miller, Education Director of Lincoln County Historical Association March is National Reading Month, and 2020, Maine’s bicentennial year, is a good time to seek out books about our state that will enrich your appreciation of the place that we call home. Books for all ages provide personal interpretations of Maine and the people who have populated its varied …

March is the Month to Celebrate Women and the Inventions that Affected Their Lives

by Louise Miller, Education Director for Lincoln County Historical Association March is Women’s History Month. The year 2020 also marks 100 years since the passage of the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote. Along with this accomplishment of the women’s suffrage movement in 1820, a number of inventions have affected the lives of women over the past century. …