Founded in 1975, the North Haven Historical Society is an educational non-profit organization on North Haven Island in Maine's Penobscot Bay. Our facilities include an archive center, research library, and museum with exhibits dedicated to the island's history.
We are open year round and do not charge admission. We welcome visitors, researchers, and curious minds, young and old, from near and far.
OUR MISSION & VISION
The North Haven Historical Society works to discover, collect, preserve, and share the rich, layered history of North Haven and its surrounding areas.
Our vision is that the memories and artifacts of the people who live and have lived on North Haven are known to all residents and visitors and serve to strengthen the bonds of community on our island.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
President - Kathy Macy
Vice President- Ben Lovell
Treasurer- Doug Lamont
Board Members-Parrish Dobson, Joan Davisson, Barney Hallowell, Tommy Lamont, and Amy Peterson,
Foy E. Brown, Lydia Brown, Olivia Cannon, Pat Curtis, Peter Engeldrum, Marta Greenlaw, Barney Hallowell, Nancy Howard, Annabelle Hurd, Courtney Naliboff, Shirley Newman, April Nichols, Hope Sage, Joe Stone, Tobias Stowell, Thena Webster, Janet Witherspoon, Patsy Lannon, Becky Bartovics, Bill Trevaskis, Miriam Beveridge, Joseph Waterman, Richard and Janet Witherspoon
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - Jacqueline Curtis
PROGRAMS AND PROJECT ASSISTANT - Alice Cornwall
BOOKKEEPER - Jeanne Curtis