SPECIAL EVENT – Pejepscot History Center Walking Tour
July 31, 2022 1:30PM – Conflict and Community: The Cathance Mill, 1760-1790 with James Tanzer
Against the stunning backdrop of the Cathance, learn the stories of the fascinating people–both enslaved and free–who lived and labored around the double-sawmill at the “head of the tide” in the last half of the 18th century. Tour leader James Tanzer shares how petty infighting, unspeakable loss, deep-seated resilience, and quiet grace marked the lives of those who called this place home. Tour is limited to 20 people. Starting Point is Head of Tide Park, 235 Cathance Road, Topsham. General admission: $12, PHC members: $8. Advance registration required by Saturday, July 30 at noon: https://phc-walking-cathancemill.eventbrite.com or by calling (207) 729-6606.
UPCOMING PROGRAMS: DUE TO THE ONGOING COVID-19 PANDEMIC, THERE WILL BE NO FURTHER MEETING FOR THE TIME BEING. STAY TUNED!
The purposes of the Topsham Historical Society shall be to collect, to preserve and to educate the public about the history of the town of Topsham, Maine. This will be achieved, in part, by working with each other nonprofit and governmental organizations with similar interests and objectives.
To achieve these purposes, the Society shall:
- Seek to preserve for future generations Topsham’s history through research and collection of information and artifacts;
- Seek to organize volunteer efforts and interest in its purposes;
- Seek to promote Topsham’s history through education discussions, presentations, writings, and digital media.