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Woolwich Historical Society and Museum [ME]

The Woolwich Historical Society seeks to preserve and share the history of Woolwich, Maine. To this end, the society operates a local history museum. The museum is located within an 1810 barn, and contains artifacts from the late 18th through early 20th centuries. Collections include archaeological findings, Native American artifacts, maritime paintings and photographs, quilts, sewing artifacts, an early 19th-century loom, domestic devices, decorative arts, and farming tools. Exhibit topics include ice harvesting.

The society offers exhibits. Tours of the 1757 Meeting House can be arranged upon request. The museum is open in July and August. However, it can be made available throughout the year.

 
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