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The Kennebec Historical Society offers various books and other items for sale at the society's headquarters at 107 Winthrop Street in Augusta, ME. Most of them are linked to locations in Kennebec County. If you have any questions, please call (207) 622-7718 for details.

The KHS Museum Shop is open during public hours

The Museum Shop is open during public hours

Books:

New: Children's Book: The Littlest Tugboat by Sarah Sherman McGrail (A Kennebec River Tugboat Adventure)

Albion on the Narrow Gauge, by Ruby Crosby Wiggin (reprint of the 1964 edition)

Around Hallowell, by Bob Briggs

Chelsea, Maine, History: Volume I, by Helen C. Taylor (1996)

Chelsea, Maine, History: Volume II, by Helen C. Taylor (1996)

Faith Communities of Augusta, Past and Present (1997)

History of Fayette, by Joseph H. Underwood

Illustrated History of Wayne, Maine, by Jack Perkins (1968; reprinted 1993)

Johnson's Kingdom: The Story of a Nineteenth-Century Industrial Kingdom in the town of Wayne, Maine, by Edward L. Kallop Jr.

The Kennebec Arsenal: An Architectural and Historical Survey, by Marius Peladeau and Roger Reed (1997)

Reflections of Readfield: The Story of Our Town, by The American Revolution Bicentennial Commission of Readfield, Maine (1975)

Sesquicentennial Celebration, Town of West Gardiner, 1850-2000

The University of Maine, by Bob Briggs and Debra Wright (part of Arcadia Publishing's College History Series)

West Gardiner's 100 Years, 1850-1950

Other items:

New Item: Kennebec Historical Society Mugs

Augusta trolley scene magnets: set of six or single

Augusta in 1870 print: unframed, framed with and without mat

1878 Birdís Eye View of Augusta lithograph reproduction: unframed, framed with and without mat

Reduced Price: Each print is a high quality reproduction of an original 1878 lithograph in the same antique colors, and on an 80-pound grade of acid free paper that will last many lifetimes. These prints are perfect for framing and would be a wonderful addition to any home or business.

Note cards, scenes of Augusta: set of six

18th century Johnson plan of Kennebeck and Sagadahock Rivers

Jigsaw puzzle of a view of Augusta in the 1870s

Call (207) 622-7718 or e-mail us at khs@gwi.net for prices and further information.

Page updated: November 12, 2009