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Established in 1891, the Society has a growing collection of manuscripts, photographs and ephemera about people and places in Kennebec County that are not available in other archives.  Research and meeting facilities at 107 Winthrop Street, Augusta, include reading areas and online access to our database and the internet.  Volunteers perform the entire work of the Society and support comes from private funds.  Those unable to come to visit us may send questions to our email address: mail@kennebechistorical.org

Happy Birthday KHS, May 7, 2015
124 years old!!



Discovering, preserving, and disseminating Kennebec County history

May Program
Seeing the Eliphant:
A Maine Couple's Adventures in
Gold Rush San Francisco

Subject

William King, Jr.

Presented by Kenneth R. Martin

Speaker

Thursday, May 21 , 2015

Location: Christ Church
2 Dresden Avenue

Gardiner, ME

Time: 6:30 pm

More Information

What's new at KHS:

  • Genealogy News: Our database now contains 39707searchable names [2810 added] and 71709 listings [5200 added] You can search these names at: genealogy

  • Check out the positions available for volunteers
  • Please call ahead since, although the Reading Room will be open, the Archive will be closed on some days

    Page updated: May 7, 2015
 




KHS is located in Maine's Capital City ... in historic Kennebec Valley

107 Winthrop Street
Augusta, ME


OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Sep 1 - Nov 30 - 10 AM to 2 PM   Wednesday
Dec 1 - Feb 28(29) - Closed
Mar 1 - May 31 -
10 AM to 2 PM   Wednesday
Jun 1 - Aug 31 -
10 AM to 2 PM   Wed - Fri

Additional Research Hours by Appointment

Phone/Fax: (207) 622-7718
Mailing Address: PO Box 5582
Augusta, Maine 04332-5582
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http://www.kennebechistorical.org