Maine Memory Network has more than 240 Contributing Partner organizations. To search the entire list, visit the Contributing Partners page. To learn more about becoming a Contributing Partner, visit the Share section of the Maine Memory website.
Current and Recent Community Partners
Numerous communities have worked with Maine Historical Society on Maine Memory Network projects. Many of these have been under the umbrella of our Maine Community Heritage Project (MCHP), which brings together historical societies, libraries, and schools to build comprehensive local history websites on Maine Memory.
- The 2011-2012 MCHP communities are Strong, Surry, and Swan’s Island.
- The 2009-2010 MCHP towns and cities were Bangor, Biddeford, Blue Hill, Cumberland/North Yarmouth, Guilford, Hallowell, Lincoln, and Scarborough.
- The 2008-2009 MCHP towns and cities were Bath, Farmington, Hampden, Islesboro, Lubec, New Portland, Presque Isle, and Thomaston.
- Three pilot websites were created during 2006 and 2007–Mt. Desert Island, New Sweden, and Skowhegan.
Completed websites for each of these communities can be found here.
A number of other organizations and communities have received Maine Memory digitization or online exhibit grants from Maine Historical Society. A complete list of grant recipients can be found here.