The Sons and Daughters of the Colony of New Sweden (New Sweden Historical Society) and Maine’s Swedish Colony, Inc. have merged under the New Sweden Histroical Society name.
Film Chronicles Stories of Maine's Swedish Immigrants. Listen to the interview with Dan Olson and Brenda Jepson from MPBN radio 4/15/11
New Sweden Historical Society acquires historic Clase log house. Seeks community support for restoration. full story...
11/1/11--The MSC History and Guidebook (softcover) is currently unavailable to order online, however the entire contents are still available by clicking here.
116 Station Road
PO Box 33
New Sweden, ME, 04762
Carolyn Hildebrand email@example.com
280 Main Street
Stockholm, ME 04783
John & Rosemary Hede
1149 New Sweden Rd.
Woodland, ME 04736
Places to stay and eat in the area with directions for driving to New Sweden.
Share any tidbits of interest.
Northern Maine’s Swedish Immigrants and their Families:
Genealogical Questions, Corrections, Discussions and Contributions
Lynn Johnson chairperson New Sweden Historical Society Genealogy Division firstname.lastname@example.org
The Report on Discovery Research Fieldwork in the Swedish Colony by folklorist Matthew Shippee. This report is part of the research for the Cultural Directory survey sponsord by Maine Arts Commission and New Century Fund of the Maine Community Foundation.
An email group creating public conversations about the wide range of recreational, cultural, historic, folk, and arts activities of the community.
(This site is not presently online. Printed information is available at the historical societies.) Maine's Swedish Colony Cultural Directory. People who have a connection to our area and what they make or do for recreational, cultural, historic, folk, and arts activities.
This website is a replacement for the GeoCities.com site. GeoCities has been discontinued by Yahoo. The Cultural Directory has also been taken down, I hope to republish it here in the future. Be sure to update your bookmarks--Bill Duncan