Local History Books on Maine
Local History Books on Maine

If you’re from Maine yourself or simply have a soft spot in your heart for the place, chances are you already know a thing or two about the Pine Tree State. For instance, you might know that Maine is the only U.S. state to share a border with only one other state. You’re almost certainly aware that Maine produces nearly 99% of America’s blueberries, not to mention almost 90% of the country’s lobster supply. You may know that the earliest inhabitants of Maine were descended from Ice Age hunters.

However, unless you’re also in the habit of reading local history books about Maine, you’ve only begun to dig into its rich history. Let regional history show you a side of history your teacher didn’t cover.

Discovering the Very Best of Maine

When you start reading regional interest literature, you’re doing more than learning facts and figures about a given area. You’re also learning about the stories, people, and communities that contributed to its culture today.

Explore the fascinating history of the University of Maine’s first 75 years. Feed your passion for brewing beer with an intimate look back at Maine’s brewing legacy. Learn more about the natural beauty for which Maine is revered via a volume dedicated to Seal Harbor and Acadia National Park. Looking for some sports history? Read up on college ice hockey in Maine.

Develop a Lasting Interest in History with Arcadia Publishing

Arcadia Publishing’s library of stunning regional history volumes is one of the largest in the entire country. That said, it’s an excellent resource to learn about so many of the pieces that contributed to the Maine we know today.

Better familiarize yourself with your own hometown’s history or that of your favorite road trip destinations. Explore your favorite Maine-related pastimes, history, and culture in rich detail. With Arcadia Publishing, it’s easy to get started today.

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