The Orrington Historical Society is a non-profit organization located in Maine and dedicated to collecting and archiving documents, records, and photos from the past. The OHS also interviews residents of Orrington to discover and share their personal stories.

If you have historical photos or documents related to the town of Orrington that you think would be of interest to us, send an email to info@orringtonhistoricalsociety.com. You can also post on our Facebook page or leave a comment on our website.

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Tuesday, May 21st, from 6:30 to 8 pm, the Orrington Historical Society meets for a program titled GONE (buildings) BUT NOT FORGOTTEN, followed..

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I know these are the FUMCO singers (First United Methodist Church of Orrington singers), but what else can you tell us? When did they perform?..

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In order to clean gravestones in Orrington, we need one of these water tanks at Dean Hill Cemetery. I understand the tanks may be free, but do..

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This is the census of Penobscot County. Next year is Maine’s bicentennial because our state became a free state when Missouri joined the Union..

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Do you enjoy knowing, as Paul Harvey coined, “the rest of the story?” If so, what did Brewer’s Capt. Samuel H. Barbour and his wife Alice A…

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