Items for Sale in our Store

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2022 Calendars
Everyone loves a parade!


Parades through the years - see the crowds, the floats, the marching bands, and the majorettes.

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Logging Towboats and Boom Jumpers


by Roger Allen Moody

The story of O.A. Harkness and the Great Northern Fleet of Towboats and Boom Jumpers.

A Glimpse into Early Millinocket Days


A Millinocket Historical Society publication.

Millinocket, Images of America


by David Duplisea

Featuring photos from the Historial Society collections.

Millinocket - Magic City of Maine's Wilderness

By Dorothy Bowler Laverty

First published in 1973, this is the only history of Millinocket written to date. It covers the time period from early settlers and GNP's arrival to the 1970s.

Within Katahdin's Realm

By Bill Geller

Maine historian/researcher/author


A detailed historical journey along the West Branch of the Penobscot River and its tributaries.

Part 1, Logging
Part 2, Sporting Camps

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A Taste of History - Cookbook


A wonderful local cookbook full of great recipes from today and decades past.

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So You Live in Millinocket

$10.00 softcover
$15.00 hardcover
By Dorothy Bowler Laverty

The author’s look at some styles of
architecture as found in Millinocket.

How to Order

You can place an order by email, phone, mail, or Facebook. Our contact info is below.

Also In the Museum Store

  • Get your 2022 Calendars!  Theme: Everyone Loves a Parade! $14  each

  •  Preowned yearbooks - $10.00 each  

  • Matted photos, various prices - GNP mill, Little Italy, river drives, Mt. Katahdin, and more.

  • DVDs, Little Italy Part 1 and Part 2 & Spirits of Katahdin, $10 each



  • Tanglefoot” and “The Nighthawk” (Edwards) $15.00 (local fiction)

  •  No Time for Moss (McKeen) $15.00

  •  and several preowned books (out of print) by local authors.

*** All items may be mailed – add $5 SH for each item.

Millinocket Schoolhouses - 
A Look Back in Time

 $25.00 each or 3 copies for $65.00. Mail orders add $5 SH for one or two copies and $6 for a bundle of 3 copies. For more than 3, contact museum for SH info.