Maine Community Heritage Project (MCHP)
Maine Good Templars – Proceedings of the Maine GOOD TEMPLARS, 1893 – Proceedings of the Thirty-Fifth Semi-Annual and Annual Sessions of the Grand Lodge of Maine, Independent Order GOOD TEMPLARS, Held at Old Orchard, and Portland, October 5, 1892, and April 5 & 6, 1893.
Maine History – Digital Commons at the University of Maine. (Includes 27 issues of the Journal from 2002 to 2016.
Maine, resources, attractions, and its people; a history – Volume 1.
Maine, resources, attractions, and its people; a history – Volume 2.
Maine, resources, attractions, and its people; a history – Volume 3.
Maine, resources, attractions, and its people; a history – Volume 4.
Scarborough Focused Links
Marriage records, Second Congregational Church, Scarboro, Maine, 1729-1800 – Digital Version on Family Search.
“A Walk With Winslow” provides a look at Scarborough, Maine, through the eyes of artist Winslow Homer. It includes a virtual cliff walk, a virtual studio tour, educational resources, and other links.
Names of soldiers of the American revolution : who applied for state bounty under resolves of March 17, 1835, March 24, 1836 and March 20, 1836, as appears of record in land office. (Family Search)
War of 1812
Records of the Massachusetts volunteer militia : called out by the governor of Massachusetts to suppress a threatened invasion during the War of 1812-14.
Maine at War: Scarborough’s Hiram Berry fought in Louisiana and Virginia
Scarborough papers via Scarborough Public Library, Advantage Preservation – (1970 to 2020).
The Biddeford papers have often included articles about Scarborough, its people, and events. The McArthur Public Library has developed a wonderful page including over 20 newspapers covering years from 1810 to 1989. Check it out at Biddeford.Advantage-Preservation.com. There are over 10,000 results when you search for “Scarboro.”
Higgins Beach History includes Original Beach History, Street Histories, Higgins Beach Property Owners, and more put together by fourth-generation Higgins Beach resident, Steve Seabury.
Prouts Neck Historical Society (PNHS)
The Early Poems of John Greenleaf Whittier, “Mogg Megone” by John Greenleaf Whittier