OCTOBER 23-25 & 29-31, 2014 from 6:30PM to 7:30PM
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2014 from 5:30PM to 6:30PM
Emma and Captain Lemuel Moody celebrate their 217th anniversary with tankards of ale on top of Lemuel’s creation: the Portland Observatory
Judge Freeman of Falmouth is presiding and deciding at the Eastern ! Stern justice !
Mary, wealthy Boston widow of Robt. Stonehouse, shipwrecked with daughter Eliza Hayden and infant grandson, seeks heavenly union with beloved husband.
Elizabeth Tyng & her Sheriff husband are loyal citizens of Portland after an unfortunate absence during the Revolution.
Alexander Parris was Maine’s first practicing architect. But the Embargo Act of 1807 forced him to leave. And so it was Boston and not Portland that got Fanuiel Hall.
Rev Edward Payson has been waiting for a new congregation for quite some time. He is ready. Are you?
Matthew “King” Cobb was the wealthiest man in Portland at one time. He owned a successful shipping business which operated off of Long Wharf and was a co-founder of the Maine Bank.
Reverend Samuel Deane, 51 years the faithful minister of the First Parish Church, and survivor of the British bombardment of Portland.