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South Bristol Historical Society

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207-644-8443

sbhistorical@gmail.com

2124 Route 129,

South Bristol, ME 04568

2016 South Bristol Historical Society, South Bristol, Maine

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SBHS Program
SBHS Events

All meetings are held at the Union Church Hall unless otherwise stated.

18

MAY
The French & Indian Wars in Maine

7:30 PM

Union Church Hall, South Bristol

Author Michael Dekker will speak about the conflict between Native Americans and European settlers that occurred in the midcoast region from 1675 to 1759.

15

JUN
A Hunter Family Journal

7:30 PM

Union Church Hall, South Bristol

Belinda Osier will provide a fascinating glimpse of what life was like on a farm in Walpole in the mid 19th century .

20

JUL
Lobstering
in South Bristol

7:30 PM

Union Church Hall, South Bristol

Following the SBHS Annual Meeting at 7:00 pm, Chuck Plummer and Arnie Gamage, two South Bristol lobstermen with vast experience and knowledge, will discuss the many facets of the industry. Their presentation will be educational, interesting, and humorous. They especially enjoy answering questions from the audience

5+6

AUG

21

SEPT
'Up in Smoke'

7:30 PM

Union Church Hall, South Bristol

'Up in Smoke: The 17th Century Anglo-American Settlement of the Damariscotta River Region and It's Demise.' - Historical archeologist Tim Dinsmore will describe living conditions along the Damariscotta at the outset of King Philip's War.

19

OCT
More Events Coming Up:
Ann Hillis Photographs

4:00 PM -

8:00 PM

Union Church Hall, South Bristol

Photographs of people and scenes taken by Ann Hillis in and around South Bristol in the late 1970's, along with genealogical information about some of the South Bristol families represented in the photographs

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2016

Bridge Photographs

10:00 AM

S-Road School

Photographs of people and scenes taken by Ann Hillis in and around South Bristol in the late 1970's, along with genealogical information about some of the South Bristol families represented in the photographs

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