CASTINE – The Castine Historical Society’s Summer 2010 Exhibit at the Abbott School VICTORY TURNED INTO MOURNING: Castine and the Civil War Era builds on the success of the November 2009 traveling exhibit ABRAHAM LINCOLN: Self-Made in America. Photographs, artifacts, and text describe the effect of the Civil War on Castine and the Bagaduce Area.
The exhibit is open from June 29 through Labor Day. Also on view is the permanent exhibit The Penobscot Expedition and the Castine Bicentennial Quilt. Also on display in the Freeman House – Noah Brooks Library, History of the Elms in Castine, and a 19th century parlor.
Hours are 10am-4pm Tuesday-Saturday, 1-4pm Sunday, closed Monday. Free and open to the public. Call 326-4118 for information.
Contact Name: Paige Lilly
Telephone Number: (207)326-4118