(Prices include shipping)
4 Views of St. Croix Island – (8 cards & envelopes total) – Paintings by Mary Livingstone – $15
Champlain’s Journal – translated from French – $8
Washington County, Maine in the Civil War by Ken Ross – $22 –
or, order online from Createspace – $18
Pork, Molasses, and Timber by Eaton – $14
Around Town by Rail – $11
Nellie’s Diary (written by young Nellie Holmes in the 1850s) – $29
The Way We Were 1908 – $19
Keene on Red Beach (journalist and historian Fred Keene’s memories of growing up in Red Beach) – $29
Calais Fair 1914 – $14 (containing the original program, attractions, and sponsors of the 1914 Calais Fair)
Ned’s Valley (journalist and historian Ned Lamb’s collection of articles on Calais and the St. Croix Valley) – $29
The Valley Cookbook (a collection of some of our favorite traditional down east recipes) – $14
Charlie’s Civil War (by Charles B. Livingstone, tracing the journals of his grandfather) – $24
Calais Centennial – $14
In Days Past: Calais 1896 – 52 views – $8
In Days Past: St. Andrews 1896 – 30 views – $8
Old Friends – 49 old area photos – $6 (postcards and pictures from the personal collection of Thomas and Wilma Parks)
Scenes of St. Stephen 1895 – $9
Scenes of Campobello, Eastport, & Lubec 1895 – $10
Red Beach Birdseye view map, 11×17, laminated – $15
Calais, St. Stephen, & Milltown Birdseye view map 1879, 11×17, laminated – $15
Wharfs of Calais & St. Stephen map 1856, 11×17, laminated – $15
Calais First Town Meeting Reenactment – $19
Send a written request with the title you would like and a check to:
St. Croix Historical Society
P.O. Box 242
Calais, Maine 04619
The St. Croix Historical Society has made several documents available to its members and other organizations such as the Calais Library. The Society has been issuing quarterly newsletters of 8 to 10 pages covering news of Society events and history of local personalities and historic events. We recently had these volumes placed on CD’s together with an index so they can be researched at the Library on their equipment. It is our plan that future issues of the newsletter will be added to this resource.
The Society has made a slide show from both new and historic pictures taking a St. Croix River Trip starting at Calais and ending at Red Beach, across from St. Croix Island. There is a tape accompanying the slides that describes the history of both sides, New Brunswick and Maine, as you travel down river. This is available from the Society on a loan basis.
There is an additional tape devoted to Red Beach, the Plaster Mill, and Granite Works covering 1870 through 1920. This too is on a loan basis.
WALKING TOUR GUIDE TO HISTORIC DISTRICTS – For those who admire the unusual range of architecture often found in seacoast towns we offer a “Walking Tour Brochure” of 2 historic districts on Main Street, available at many stores and all motels in Calais. A short history of each house is included.