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Welcome

Welcome to the
Millinocket Historical Society

Visit the museum at 80 Central Street, Millinocket, Maine

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Our weekly column from the museum curator, Trudy Wyman is a favorite of Millinocket history fans far and wide! The column is published in the Lincoln News, on our Facebook page, and here on our website.

 

It's a great mix of stories from our past, interesting items on display in the museum, and memories of the people and businesses that once graced our hometown's streets.  

 

Remember the past.

Share your stories.

Do you have a Millinocket story?

 

The stories of the people who lived and worked in Millinocket are what bring our history alive!  


Send your favorite memory to us. 

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Are your family roots in Millinocket?

The historical society is a great place to learn about your ancestry.  We can help you search for your roots. It's a place where you can learn about your ancestors, find the homes they lived in, look at their photos in high school yearbooks, and find their resting place in our cemetery database.

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Thanks to Our Sponsor, Big Moose Inn Cabins & Campground 
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At Big Moose, you'll find a rare blend of friendly service and lovely surroundings that successfully reflects the Inn's unique personality. Located on Millinocket Lake, Big Moose is the closest full-service accommodations to Baxter State Park.
Call  207-723-8391 or 1-877-MOOSE-INN (1-877-666-7346) or e-mail us at info@bigmoosecabins.com.
 

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