Aroostook - Maine Information Files

The Special Collections Room in the Library maintains an Information Resources File which includes news clippings, magazine articles, pamphlets, brochures, and other such material on subjects of interest to the individual looking for information on the Aroostook County Area.

SUBJECT HEADINGS:

Subject headings follow the Library of Congress format, as on URSUS. SUBJECT HEADINGS THAT ARE USED ARE IN UPPER CASE LETTERS. Unused words are in lower case followed by "see" and the subject heading that is used. "See also" references refer to other related headings. They are in upper case letters, and divided by ";" and/or the word "and".


Index:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

NUMERICAL ORDER

4-H

ALPHABETICAL ORDER

A

A.A.A.A. (Aroostook Area Agency on Aging) see AGED
A.A.U.W. (AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY WOMEN)
A.C.A.P. (AROOSTOOK COUNTY ACTION PROGRAM) see also ECONOMIC
  HISTORY
A.C.D.D. (ACCREDITATION COUNCIL FOR PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL
  DISABILITIES) see also HANDICAPPED
A.E. HOWELL WILDLIFE CONSERVATION CENTER AND SPRUCE ACRES  REFUGE
A.I.S.S. (Aroostook Ice Skating School) see SKATING
ABUSED WOMEN
ACADIA NATIONAL PARK (ME.)
ACADIAN ARCHIVES (at UMFK)
ACADIAN CULTURE CENTER [periodical] (includes Project Update
  which ceased publication with Sept. 1995  issue continued by Maine Acadian Heritage)
ACADIAN CRAFTS ASSOCIATION
ACADIAN FESTIVAL
ACADIAN VILLAGE
ACADIANS see also EVANGELINE
ACAP
Adaptive Living for Physically Handicapped Americans see
  ALPHA 1 and HANDICAPPED
ADOPTION
Adult education see EDUCATION - ADULT EDUCATION
AGED
Agent Orange see VETERANS
AGRICULTURAL BARGAINING COUNCIL
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS
AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION
AGRICULTURE see also FARMS, FARM CROPS
Agriculture--crops see FARM CROPS
Agriculture--livestock see names of livestock, e.g. CATTLE and
  DOMESTIC ANIMALS
AGRICULTURE STABILIZATION CONSERVATION SERVICE
AIDS (disease)
AIR NATIONAL GUARD
AIR QUALITY
AIRLINES
AIRPLANES
AIRPORTS
ALCOHOL (as fuel, etc.)
Alcoholism see DRUG ABUSE
ALLAGASH (ME.)
ALLAGASH WILDERNESS WATERWAY
ALLAGASH WILDERNESS WATERWAY MANAGEMENT PLAN (1997-     )
ALPHA 1 (ADAPTIVE LIVING FOR PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED AMERICANS
  see also HANDICAPPED
AMERICAN BISON
American Legion see VETERANS
American Revolution see MAINE--HISTORY--REVOLUTION, 1775-1783
AMITY (ME.)
ANIMALS
ANIMALS see also DOMESTIC ANIMALS; WILDLIFE; and specific wild
  animals: e.g. DEER, MOOSE, etc.
ANTIQUES
APPALACHIAN TRAIL
APPLES
AQUACULTURE
ARCHAEOLOGY
ARCHITECTS
ARCHITECTURE
ARCHIVES see M.A.M. and MAINE STATE ARCHIVES
Archives (local) see Archives of UM-Presque Isle, a special
  collection located to the right of the entrance door to
  this Special Collections Room; see also STAR HERALD INDEX, a
  catalog in a cabinet on the main floor.
Archivialia [periodical] see MAINE STATE ARCHIVES
AREA VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL CENTERS see also NORTHERN MAINE
  TECHNICAL COLLEGE
AROOSTOOK ACADEMY
AROOSTOOK ADVENTIST [periodical]
AROOSTOOK AREA HOME HEALTH CARE, INC.
AROOSTOOK ASSOCIATION OF CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE
AROOSTOOK CENTRE CINEMAS
AROOSTOOK CENTRE MALL see also BUSINESS - (for individual
  businesses), and CAPANOS, JOHN
AROOSTOOK COUNTY (ME.)
AROOSTOOK COUNTY (ME.)--CENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONS, etc.
AROOSTOOK COUNTY (ME.)--HISTORY see also MAINE--HISTORY
AROOSTOOK COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
AROOSTOOK COUNTY EXAMINER [periodical]
AROOSTOOK COUNTY HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
AROOSTOOK COUNTY ROGUE [newspaper]
AROOSTOOK FAMILY FARM CORE
Aroostook Farm see AROOSTOOK RESEARCH FARM
AROOSTOOK FEDERATION OF FARMERS
AROOSTOOK HEALTH CENTER see also AROOSTOOK MEDICAL CENTER (TAMC)
AROOSTOOK HISTORICAL AND ART MUSEUM
AROOSTOOK INDIAN [periodical] see also INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA-
  MAINE-(individual bands, nations, tribes)
AROOSTOOK MANPOWER [periodical]
AROOSTOOK MEDICAL CENTER (TAMC)
AROOSTOOK MENTAL HEALTH CENTER
AROOSTOOK NATURALLY [periodical] see AROOSTOOK COUNTY (ME.)
AROOSTOOK PIONEER [periodical])
Aroostook Potpourri see MAINE CULTURAL HERITAGE WEEK
AROOSTOOK RESEARCH FARM
AROOSTOOK RIVER (ME.)
Aroostook River Raft Race see 'ROOSTOOK RIVER RAFT RACE
AROOSTOOK SCHOOL OF COMMERCE
Aroostook State Farm see AROOSTOOK RESEARCH FARM
AROOSTOOK STATE PARK
AROOSTOOK WAR, 1839 see also NORTHEAST BOUNDARY OF THE U.S.
ART see also ARTS AND CRAFTS MOVEMENT
Arthur E. Howell Wildlife Educational Foundation see A. E. HOWELL
  WILDLIFE CONSERVATION CENTER
ARTHUR R. GOULD MEMORIAL HOSPITAL see also AROOSTOOK MEDICAL
  CENTER (TAMC)
ARTIFACTS
ARTISTS see also BIOGRAPHY
ARTS AND CRAFTS MOVEMENT
ASHLAND (ME.)
Asses see DOMESTIC ANIMALS
Audubon Society see NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY
AUTHORS, MAINE see also BIOGRAPHY, BOOK REVIEWS
AUTOMOBILES

B

Baker, John see BIOGRAPHY--BAKER, JOHN, and NORTHEAST BOUNDARY OF
  THE U.S.
Bald Mountain Project see MINES AND MINERAL RESOURCES
BALLOONING
BANGOR (ME.)
Bangor and Aroostook Railroad see RAILROADS
BANGOR DAILY NEWS [newspaper]
BANKS AND BANKING
BASKET WEAVING
BASKETBALL see also RECREATION
BAXTER STATE PARK (ME.)
BEAR
BEAR TRACKS [periodical]
Beavers see WILDLIFE
Beef Cattle see CATTLE
BEES
BENEDICTA (ME.)
BERRIES
BIBLIOGRAPHY
BIATHLON WORLD CUP (FORT KENT, ME.) (MARCH 3-6,  2004)
Bilingual education see EDUCATION--BILINGUAL
BIOGRAPHY A-Z (includes authors, artists, political persons,
  etc.)
BIOLOGY
BIRDS
BLAINE (ME.)
Blueberries see BERRIES
BOOK REVIEWS (subdivided by title)
Border Patrol see UNITED STATES BORDER PATROL, and INTERNATIONAL
  RELATIONS
BOTANY
BRADEN, JOHN R. (racehorse) see also RACEHORSES
BRIDGES (subdivided by river)
BRIDGEWATER (ME.)
BROADCASTING
Buffalo see AMERICAN BISON
BUSINESS A-Z (individual businesses and individual towns) see
  also ECONOMIC HISTORY and specific large businesses, e.g.
  McCAIN FOODS, INC.
BUSINESS--BRADBURY BARREL CO.

C

C.C.C. (Civilian Conservation Corps) see CIVILIAN CONSERVATION
  CORPS
CAMPS see also HUNTING GUIDES
CAN-AM CROWN INTERNATIONAL SLED DOG RACE (FORT KENT)
CANADA see also specific cities, provinces, rivers, and INDIANS
  OF NORTH AMERICA--NEW BRUNSWICK
CANADA--RELATIONS see also INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
CANOE RACING
CANOES
CAPANOS, JOHN
CARIBOU (animal)
CARIBOU (ME.)
CARIBOU (ME.)--CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
CARIBOU HISTORICAL SOCIETY
CARY MEDICAL CENTER
CARY PLANTATION (ME.)
CASTINE (ME.)
CASTLE HILL (ME.)
CASWELL (ME.)
CATTLE
CDGB (COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM)
CEMETERIES
CENSUS see also GENEALOGY and DEMOGRAPHY
CENTER FOR RESEARCH AND ADVANCED STUDY (USM)
CHAPMAN (ME.)
CHAUTAUQUE
Child abuse see CHILD WELFARE
CHILD WELFARE
CHILDREN--EMPLOYMENT see also POTATOES--HARVESTING--SCHOOL YEAR
CHRISTIAN CIVIC LEAGUE
CHRISTOPHER HOME
CHURCHES see also Individual towns/cities
CIRCUS
CIVIL AIR PATROL
CIVIL DEFENSE
Civil War see MAINE--HISTORY--CIVIL WAR, 1861-1865
Civil War Centennial see MAINE--CENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONS
CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS (ME.)
Clayton Lake (ME)
Clear-cutting see LUMBERING, MAINE GREEN PARTY
Clearing House Exchange see DRUG ABUSE
CLIMATE
COAST GUARD
Commission on Maine's Common Core of Learning see EDUCATION--
COMMON CORE
COMMUNITY GENERAL HOSPITAL (FORT FAIRFIELD) see also AROOSTOOK
  MEDICAL CENTER (TAMC)
Community Youth Action Program see YOUTH
COMPOSTING see also CONSERVATION
Concerned Maine Families see MAINE LEGISLATURE
CONNORS (ME.)
CONSERVATION see also COMPOSTING; RECYCLING; and SAINT JOHN-
  AROOSTOOK RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT AREA
CONSUMERS
COOKERY
COOKERY--POTATOES
Cooperative extension see AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION
Cougars see PUMAS
County Hospitals [periodical] see TAMC NEWSLETTER [periodical]
COUNTY SHOWCASE [periodical]
COUNTY TIMES [newspaper] see also shelved volumes
COURTS
COYOTES
Crafts see ARTS AND CRAFTS MOVEMENT
CREATIONISM
CRIME AND CRIMINALS
Critical Areas see NATURAL RESOURCES
CROSS ROCK HYDROELECTRIC PROJECT see also PASSAMAQUODDY TIDAL
  POWER PROJECT
CROUSEVILLE (ME.)
CRYSTAL (ME.)
CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATION see also INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Cycling see RECREATION
CYR PLANTATION (ME.)

D

D.A.R. (DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION)
D.F.A.S. (DEFENSE, FINANCE and ACCOUNTING SERVICE) see also
  LORING AIR FORCE BASE (ME.)--CLOSURE
DAIRY FARMING
DAMS
DANCE
DANFORTH (ME.)
DEER
Democratic Party see MAINE--POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
Democratic State Convention see MAINE--POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
DEMOGRAPHY see also CENSUS, and individual towns
DESERT STORM see also UNITED STATES--ARMED FORCES and VETERANS
DICKEY LINCOLN SCHOOL LAKES PROJECT
DOMESTIC ANIMALS
DONKEYS
DOWSING
DREW (ME.)
DRUG ABUSE see also MARIJUANA
DYER BROOK (ME.)

E

E PLANTATION (ME.)
EAGLE LAKE (ME.)
EARTH DAY
EARTHQUAKES
EASTON (ME.)
ECHO LAKE WILDLIFE REHABILITATION CENTER
ECHOES [periodical]
ECO 2000 see EDUCATION--EDUCATIONAL COOPERATIVE 2000
ECOLOGY
ECONOMIC HISTORY see also BUSINESS A-Z
EDMUNSTON, N.B.
EDUCATION (subdivided by towns and S.A.D.. and by subject
  subdivisions, e.g. EDUCATION--Home Schooling, EDUCATION--
  Migrant Education Program, etc.)
EDUCATION--MAINE SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS
Educational Cooperative 2000 see EDUCATION--EDUCATIONAL
  COOPERATIVE 2000
EDUCATIONAL INNOVATIONS
EDUCATORS
Elderly see AGED
ELECTIONS--STATISTICS
Electricity see POWER RESOURCES
ELKS, BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE ORDER OF
ELIXIR [periodical] (A.R. Gould Memorial Hospital Newsletter)
EMIGRATION AND IMMIGRATION
ENERGY RESOURCES see also DICKEY--LINCOLN SCHOOL LAKES PROJECT
ENGLISH LANGUAGE--PROVINCIALISMS--AROOSTOOK COUNTY
ENVIRONMENT
Envirothon see ENVIRONMENT
ESTCOURT STATION (ME.)
EVANGELINE see also ACADIANS

F

F.A.R.O.G. FORUM [periodical]
FAIRS see also NORTHERN MAINE FAIR
FAME (FINANCIAL AUTHORITY OF MAINE)
FAMILY INVESTMENT CENTER
FAMILY TIES (from BANGOR DAILY NEWS)
FAMILY VIOLENCE
FARM BUILDINGS
FARM CROPS (includes Christmas trees and wreaths), see also FARM
  PRODUCE
Farm equipment see FARMS
FARM LIFE
FARM MANAGEMENT
FARM PRODUCE (subdivided by type, e.g. Broccoli, etc.) see also
  GRAIN
FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATION
Farmlands see FARMS
FARMS
FEMINIST TIMES [periodical]
FERTILIZERS
FESTIVALS
FIDDLEHEADS
FILMS
FIREARMS
FIRES
FISHING see also TROUT, and SALMON
Fishing Camps see CAMPS
Flax see FARM CROPS--FLAX
FLOODS
FLOWERS
Foire Brayon see NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA
FOLK DANCING
Folk medicine see TRADITIONAL MEDICINE
FOREIGN TRADE PROMOTION
FORESTS AND FORESTRY see also LUMBERING and LOGGING
Forgotten Families see SOCIAL SERVICES--FORGOTTEN FAMILIES
FORT FAIRFIELD (ME.)
FORT FAIRFIELD (ME.)--CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
FORT FAIRFIELD (ME.)--CHURCHES
FORT KENT (ME.)
FORT KENT (ME.)--CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
FORT KNOX (ME.)
FOSSILS
FOXES
FRANCIS MALCOLM INSTITUTE
FRANCO-AMERICANS see FRENCH-AMERICANS and ACADIANS
Fraser Co. see FRASER, INC.
FRASER, INC.
Fraser Paper Ltd. see FRASER, INC.
FREDERICTON (N.B.)
FREE TRADE see also POTATO INDUSTRY--IMPORTS; INTERNATIONAL
RELATIONS,IONS; NAFTA
FREEMASONS
FRENCH-AMERICANS see also ACADIANS
FRENCH LANGUAGE
FRENCHVILLE (ME.)
FUNGI

G

GAMBLING
GAMES
GARDENING
GARFIELD PLANTATION (ME.)
Garrison Hill see AROOSTOOK WAR, 1839, HISTORIC SITES, and
  NORTHEAST BOUNDARY OF THE U.S.
GASOHOL
GAYS
GENEALOGY (subdivided by family name)
GENEALOGY--BIBLIOGRAPHY
GENEALOGY--FORMS
GENEALOGY--FRANCO-AMERICAN WORKSHOP
GENEALOGY--HANDBOOK, MANUALS, etc.
GEOLOGY
GEORGIA-PACIFIC CO.
Gold Canes see AGED
Governors see MAINE--GOVERNORS
GRAIN see also FARM PRODUCE
GRAND FALLS (N.B.)
GRAND ISLE (ME.)
Grange see PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY; see also NORTHERN MAINE FAIR
Great Northern see GREAT NORTHERN NEKOOSA
GREAT NORTHERN NEKOOSA
GREAT WENT (1997: LIMESTONE, ME.)
GREEN PARTY see MAINE--POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
Guides see CAMPS and BIOGRAPHY
Gulf of Maine see MAINE, GULF OF
GYPSY MOTH

H

HALFWAY HOUSE
HAMLIN (ME.)
HAMMOND (ME.)
Hancock Barracks see AROOSTOOK WAR, 1839
HANDICAPPED
HARBORS (includes ports)
HARVESTING see also POTATOES--HARVESTING
HAYNESVILLE (ME.)
HAZARDOUS WASTES
HEALTH CARE see also MEDICAL CENTERS
Healthcare [periodical] see CARY MEDICAL CENTER
HERBICIDES
HERSEY (ME.)
Highways see ROADS
HINCKLEY HOME SCHOOL FARM
Hirundo see ARCHAEOLOGY
Historic buildings see HISTORIC SITES
HISTORIC PRESERVATION
HISTORIC SITES see also MUSEUMS, NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC
  PLACES...
HISTORICAL SOCIETIES see also specific large historical societies,
  e.g. PRESQUE ISLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY
History see AROOSTOOK COUNTY--HISTORY; MAINE--HISTORY, and
  individual towns, and local newspapers, e.g. HOULTON
  PIONEER TIMES, STAR HERALD
HODGDON (ME.) see also HOULTON PIONEER TIMES
HOLIDAYS
Holistic medicine see TRADITIONAL MEDICINE
Home Schooling see EDUCATION--HOME SCHOOLING
HORSE RACING
HORSES
HOSPICE OF AROOSTOOK
HOSPITAL MERGERS
Hotline [periodical] see SPUD LINES [periodical]
HOULTON (ME.) see also HOULTON PIONEER TIMES
HOULTON (ME.)--CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
HOULTON (ME.)--HISTORY
Houlton Air Base see HOULTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
HOULTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
HOULTON PIONEER TIMES [newspaper]
HOULTON TIMES [newspaper]
HOUSING [newspaper]
HUMAN SERVICES
Humane Shelters see ANIMALS
HUMOR
HUNTING
HUNTING GUIDES see also CAMPS

I
ICE
Ice fishing see FISHING
Ice harvesting see ICE
IMAGES OF AROOSTOOK (exhibit)
INDIAN CAPTIVITIES
INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA (subdivided by tribes A-Z, e.g. Cree,
  Wabanaki, etc.)
INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA--CLAIMS
INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA--HISTORY
INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA--MAINE
INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA--MAINE--MALISEET INDIANS
INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA--MAINE--MICMAC INDIANS
INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA--MAINE--PASSAMAQUODDY INDIANS
INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA--MAINE--PENOBSCOT INDIANS
INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA--NEW BRUNSWICK (includes Tobique
Indians)
INDUSTRIES (general, for specific industries see also IRVING OIL
  CO., etc. and BUSINESS--name)
INSECTS
International Appalachian Trail see APPALACHIAN TRAIL
INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY COMMISSION
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS see also CANADA--RELATIONS
Irving family see IRVING OIL CO.
IRVING OIL CO.
ISLAND FALLS (ME.)
IT (2003: LIMESTONE, ME.)

J

JACKSON LABORATORY
JAILS
James School see EDUCATION--JAMES SCHOOL
JELLYFISH
JOB CORPS
JOSSELYN BOTANICAL SOCIETY

K

KATAHDIN, MOUNT (ME.)
KINGMAN (ME.)
KINGS LANDING (N.B.)
KIWANIS CLUB
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
KU KLUX KLAN

L

L.D.A. see LORING DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
L.E.A.D. (LEADERS ENCOURAGING AROOSTOOK DEVELOPMENT, INC.)
L.U.R.C. (Land Use Regulation Commission) see LAND USE
LABOR SUPPLY
LAKES
LAND USE (includes L.U.R.C. LAND USE REGULATION COMMISSION)
Landfills see WASTE DISPOSAL SITES
LEADERSHIP AROOSTOOK see also L.E.A.D.
LEE ACADEMY
LEGAL AID
LEGENDS
LEMON WHEEL (1998: LIMESTONE, ME.)
LIBRARIES (subdivided by individual libraries, e.g. Mark
  and Emily Turner Library)
LILLE (ME.)
Lime see INDUSTRIES
LIMELITE [periodical]) see also LORING AIR FORCE BASE (ME.)
LIMESTONE (ME.) see also LIMELITE
LINCOLN (ME.)
Linen see FARM CROPS--FLAX
LINNEUS (ME.)
LION'S CLUB
LITERATURE--MAINE (subdivided by author) see also AUTHORS, MAINE
LITTLETON (ME.)
LLAMAS
LOBSTER CULTURE
LOGGING see also LUMBERMAN'S MUSEUM
LORING AIR FORCE BASE (ME.)
LORING AIR FORCE BASE (ME.)--CLOSURE
LORING COMMERCE CENTRE
LORING DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
LOYALISTS
LUDLOW (ME.)
LUMBER TRADE see also specific companies, e.g. GEORGIA-PACIFIC
  CO.; GREAT NORTHERN NEKOOSKA; SHERMAN LUMBER CO.
LUMBERING see also LUMBERMAN'S MUSEUM
LUMBERMAN'S MUSEUM
LYNCHING

M


M.A.M (MAINE ASSOCIATION OF MUSEUMS and SOCIETY OF MAINE
  ARCHIVISTS) see also MAINE STATE MUSEUM and MAINE STATE
  ARCHIVES
M.D.A. (MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY ASSOCIATION)
M.I.B.A. (Maine Industries Building Authority) see SUGAR BEET
M.S.A.D. see EDUCATION--S.A.D.
MADAWASKA (ME.) see also ACADIAN FESTIVAL and REPUBLIC OF
MADAWASKA
Madawaska Lot Maps see MADAWASKA (ME.)
MADAWASKA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Magnet School see EDUCATION--MAINE SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND
  MATHEMATICS
MAINE
Maine Acadian Heritage [periodical] see ACADIAN CULTURE CENTER
Maine (Battleship) see SPANISH AMERICAN WAR, 1898
MAINE AGRIWOMEN
MAINE ALUMNUS [periodical]
MAINE ARMY NATIONAL GUARD see MAINE NATIONAL GUARD
MAINE ARTS COMMISSION
Maine Aspirations Compact see EDUCATION-Maine Aspirations Compact
Maine Association of Museums see M.A.M.
MAINE--CENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONS, etc.
MAINE COMMISSION FOR WOMEN
MAINE CONNECTION [periodical] (Office of Volunteerism)
MAINE--CONSTITUTION
MAINE CULTURAL HERITAGE WEEK (includes Aroostook Potpourri)
Maine Democratic Party see MAINE--POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
MAINE EVENT [periodical]
MAINE FOLKLIFE CENTER see also the periodical Maine Folklife Center
MAINE--GOVERNOR
Maine Green Party see MAINE--POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
MAINE, GULF OF
MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY
MAINE--HISTORY (sub-divisions are chronological not alphabetical)
MAINE--HISTORY--DISCOVERY AND EXPLORATION
MAINE--HISTORY--COLONIAL PERIOD
MAINE--HISTORY--REVOLUTION, 1775-1783
MAINE--HISTORY--CIVIL WAR, 1861-1865
Maine--History--Spanish American War, 1898 see SPANISH AMERICAN
  WAR, 1898
MAINE--HISTORY--19th CENTURY
MAINE--HISTORY--20th CENTURY
Maine--History--World War I see WORLD WAR, 1914-1918
Maine--History--World War II see WORLD WAR, 1939-1945
MAINE HUMANITIES COUNCIL
MAINE LEGISLATURE
MAINE LIFE [periodical]
MAINE LOW-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE AUTHORITY see also NUCLEAR
FACILITIES
MAINE MIGRANT PROGRAM see also EDUCATION--MIGRANT EDUCATION
  PROGRAM
MAINE MILITIA
MAINE MOSAIC [periodical]
Maine National Army Guard see MAINE NATIONAL GUARD
MAINE NATIONAL GUARD see also MAINE MILITIA
MAINE-NEW BRUNSWICK CONNECTION [periodical]
Maine Office of Tourism see TOURIST TRADE
MAINE OLD CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
MAINE--POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
MAINE POTATO BLOSSOM FESTIVAL
MAINE POTATO BOARD
MAINE POTATO COMMISSION
MAINE POTATO CONFERENCE
MAINE POTATO COUNCIL (includes Potato Councilor, periodical)
MAINE POTATO GROWERS
MAINE PUBLIC SERVICE
Maine Republican Party see MAINE--POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
MAINE RESEARCH AND PRODUCTIVITY CENTER
Maine School of Science and Mathematics see EDUCATION--MAINE
SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS
Maine Solar Energy Association see SOLAR ENERGY
MAINE STATE ARCHIVES see also M.A.M.
MAINE STATE LIBRARY
MAINE STATE MUSEUM see also M.A.M.
MAINE STATE POLICE
MAINE STATE SOCIETY (Washington, D.C.)
MAINE--STATISTICS
MAINE STREET 90' MONTHLY [periodical]
Maine Sugar Industries see SUGAR BEET
MAINE TECHNICAL COLLEGE SYSTEM see also NORTHERN MAINE TECHNICAL
COLLEGE
MAINE WINTER SPORTS CENTRE
MAINE WOODS RESERVE
Maine Yankee see NUCLEAR FACILITIES and POWER RESOURCES
MAINEIAE EXPRESS [periodical]
Maine's Common Core of Learning see EDUCATION--COMMON CORE
Maliseet Indians see INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA--MAINE--MALISEET
  INDIANS
MANUFACTURES
MAPLE SUGAR
MAPLETON (ME.)
MAPS see also individual cities/towns
MARGARET CHASE SMITH CENTER
MARIJUANA see also DRUG ABUSE
MARINE RESOURCES
MARS HILL (ME.)
MARS HILL NEWS [newspaper]
MARS HILL VIEW [newspaper]
MARTIAL ARTS
MASARDIS (ME.)
MATTAWAMKEAG (ME.)
MAYFLOWER SOCIETY
MAYSVILLE (ME.) see also PRESQUE ISLE (ME.)
MCCAINS FOODS, INC.,
MEDALS
MEDICAL CARE see also MEDICAL CENTERS
MEDICAL CENTERS
Medicinal plants see TRADITIONAL MEDICINE
Memorial Day see HOLIDAYS
Mercantile Exchange see POTATO INDUSTRY (by year, especially
  1962, 1963)
Micmac Indians see INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA--MAINE--MICMAC
  INDIANS
MICMAC NEWS [newspaper]
Migrant Workers
Migrants see MAINE MIGRANT PROGRAM and EDUCATION--MIGRANT
EDUCATION PROGRAM
MILITARY ROAD see also TRANSPORTATION
MILLINOCKET (ME.)
MINES & MINERAL RESOURCES (includes Bald Mountain Project)
MONTICELLO (ME.)
MOOSE
Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge see WILDLIFE
MOTION PICTURES
MOTORCYCLING
Moving Image Review see URSUS
MOUNT CHASE (ME.)
Mount Katadhin see KATADHIN, MOUNT (ME.)
Mountain lion see PUMAS
Moving Image Review [periodical] see NORTHEAST HISTORIC FILM
Mushrooms see FUNGI
MULTICULTURALISM
MUNICIPAL FINANCE see also individual towns
MURDERS see also LYNCHING
MUSEUMS see also HISTORIC SITES, HISTORICAL SOCIETIES, MAINE
  STATE MUSEUM, and individual museums
MUSIC (Includes scores and lyrics)

N

N.A.F.T.A. (North American Free Trade Agreement)
NAMES, GEOGRAPHICAL
NASHVILLE PLANTATION (ME.)
NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY see also NORTHEAST AUDUBON SOCIETY
NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES
Natural gas see NATURAL RESOURCES
Natural Resource Highlights [periodical] see NATURAL RESOURCES
NATURAL RESOURCES (includes Natural Resources Highlights and
Natural gas)
NATURE CONSERVANCY
NEW CANADA (ME)
NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA
NEW DENMARK (N.B.)
NEW ENGLAND
New Ireland see LOYALISTS
NEW LIMERICK (ME.)
NEW SWEDEN (ME.)
NEW SWEDEN HISTORICAL MUSEUM
New York Mercantile Exchange see POTATO INDUSTRY (by year, esp.
  1962, 1963)
NEWSPAPER [periodical]
NEWSPAPERS
Nordic Sugar Company see SUGAR BEET
Norlands see HISTORIC PRESERVATION
NORTH MAINE WOODS
NORTH STAR [newspaper] see also PRESQUE ISLE (ME.)--HISTORY
NORTHEAST AUDUBON SOCIETY
NORTHEAST BOUNDARY OF THE U.S. see also WEBSTER-ASHBURTON TREATY
NORTHEAST HISTORIC FILM
NORTHERN AROOSTOOK ALTERNATIVES
Northern Educational Partnership see EDUCATION- NORTHERN
  EDUCATIONAL PARTNERSHIP
NORTHERN MAINE DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION (NMDC)
NORTHERN MAINE FAIR
Northern Maine Regional Planning Commission (NRPC) see
NORTHERN MAINE DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION
Northern Maine Sanatorium see HEALTH CARE
Northern Maine Stampede see NORTHERN MAINE FAIR
NORTHERN MAINE TECHNICAL COLLEGE (NMTCH)
NORTHERN REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION (NRPC) see also NORTHERN
  MAINE DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION
Norton Science Collection (at UMPI) see ARCHIVES OF UM-PRESQUE
  ISLE (located by the entrance door to this Special
  Collections Room)
NORUMBEGA
NOVA SCOTIA, CANADA
NUCLEAR FACILITIES
NUTRITION see also TRADITIONAL MEDICINE

O

O.H.I. (Opportunity Housing Inc.)
O.S.H.A. (Office of Safety and Health Administration)
OAKFIELD (ME.)
OLYMPICS
ONTARIO, CANADA
OPERATION LIFTOFF
OPPORTUNITY TRAINING CENTER see also HANDICAPPED
ORAL HISTORY
ORGANIC FARMING
OSTRICH FARMING
OUTDOOR RECREATION
OXBOW (ME.)
OXEN

P

P.O.W.s see PRISONERS OF WAR
PAGEANTS
PALMYRA (ME.)
Panthers see PUMAS
PAPER INDUSTRY
Parks see RECREATION; BAXTER STATE PARK; AROOSTOOK STATE PARK
Passamaquoddy Indians see INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA--MAINE--
PASSAMAQUODDY INDIANS
PASSAMAQUODDY TIDAL POWER PROJECT
PATTEN (ME.)
PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY see also NORTHERN MAINE FAIR and GRANGE
PEACE CORPS
PEAS
Penobscot Indians see INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA--MAINE--PENOBSCOT
  INDIANS
PERHAM (ME.)
PESTICIDES see also POTATOES--DISEASES AND PESTS
PHAIR JUNCTION (ME.)
PHISH CONCERT 
    SEE GREAT WENT (1997: LIMESTONE, ME.)
    SEE LEMONWHEEL (1998: LIMESTONE, ME.)
    SEE IT (2003: LIMESTONE, ME.)
PIGS
PILGRIMS see also PURITANS
PISCATAQUA RIVER (N.H. and ME.)
PLANTS
Poetry see LITERATURE, MAINE
POLAND SPRINGS (ME.)
POLICE SERVICES
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT see also MAINE--POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
  and ELECTIONS--STATISTICS
Port Development see HARBORS
PORTAGE LAKE (ME.)
PORTLAND (ME.)
Potato Blossom Festival see MAINE POTATO BLOSSOM FESTIVAL
Potato Harvest Recess see POTATOES--HARVESTING--SCHOOL YEAR
POTATO INDUSTRY (subdivided by year) see also SPUD LINES
POTATO INDUSTRY--DISASTER RELIEF
POTATO INDUSTRY--FARM PRODUCTIVITY
POTATO INDUSTRY--FERTILIZERS
POTATO INDUSTRY--IMPORTS
POTATO INDUSTRY--MARKETING
POTATO INDUSTRY--PLANTING
POTATO INDUSTRY--STORAGE AND SHIPPING
POTATO INDUSTRY-- see also SPUDLINES [periodical]
POTATO PROCESSORS (subdivided by AFK, Simplot, Interstate, etc.)
  see also McCAIN FOODS, Inc.
POTATO PRODUCTS
Potato recipes see COOKERY--POTATOES
Potato Viruses see POTATOES--DISEASES AND PESTS
POTATO WASTE
POTATOES
POTATOES--DISEASES AND PESTS
POTATOES--HARVESTING
POTATOES--HARVESTING--SCHOOL YEAR (see also ECHOES, esp. Sept-Nov
  1995)
POTATOES--INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS
POTATOES--RESEARCH
POTATOES--SEED
POTATOES--VARIETIES
POULTRY
POWER RESOURCES (includes electricity, wind, etc.) see also
  ENERGY RESOURCES, MAINE PUBLIC SERVICES
PRESQUE ISLE (ME.) see also MAYSVILLE (Me.)
PRESQUE ISLE (ME.) A - Z -(sub-divisions: -- Administration (-
  City Council, Court, Recreation & Parks, Temporary Shelter
  for the Homeless)--Churches--City Center Mall--
  Demographics--Housing--Industrial Council--Miss Presque
  Isle--Northern Maine Forum--Post Office--Radio & TV
  stations--Schools--Search & Rescue)
PRESQUE ISLE (ME.)--BUILDINGS
PRESQUE ISLE (ME.)--CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
PRESQUE ISLE (ME.)--HISTORY
PRESQUE ISLE (ME.)--SCENES
PRESQUE ISLE AIR FORCE BASE (ME.)
Presque Isle Army Air Force Base see PRESQUE ISLE AIR FORCE BASE
(ME.)
Presque Isle General Hospital see AROOSTOOK MEDICAL CENTER (TAMC)
Presque Isle High School see EDUCATION--SAD #1
PRESQUE ISLE HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
PRESQUE ISLE NURSING HOME
PRISONERS OF WAR
Project Update [periodical) see ACADIAN CULTURE CENTER
Prose see LITERATURE, MAINE
PUBLIC LANDS see also LAND USE
PUMAS
PURITANS see also PILGRIMS

Q

R

R.A.I.S.E.
R.E.C.D.(Rural Economic and Community Development) see FARMERS
  HOME ADMINISTRATION
R.S.V.P. see RETIRED AND SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM (U.S.); see
  also AGED
RABBITS
Racehorses see HORSE RACING
RADIO see also individual towns
RADIOACTIVE WASTE DISPOSAL
RAILROADS
Rankin Rapids see PASSAMAQUODDY TIDAL POWER PROJECT
RECREATION (subdivided by subject and by town)
RECYCLING
RED CROSS
REED PLANTATION (ME.)
Regarding Women [periodical] see CARY MEDICAL CENTER
REPUBLIC OF MADAWASKA see also NEW BRUNSWICK; CANADA; ACADIANS;
FRENCH AMERICANS; and MADAWASKA (ME.)
Republican Party see MAINE--POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
RETIRED AND SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM (U.S.) see also AGED
Restore see NORTH MAINE WOODS
Ricker Classical Institute see RICKER COLLEGE
RICKER COLLEGE
RIVERS see also specific rivers, e.g. AROOSTOOK RIVER (ME.), ST.
  JOHN RIVER (ME.)
ROADS
ROGUE see AROOSTOOK COUNTY ROGUE (newspaper)
ROLLING LOG NEWSPAPER [periodical]
RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE
'ROOSTOOK RIVER RAFT RACE'
ROTARY CLUB

S

S.A.A.R.C. see SOUTHERN AROOSTOOK ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED
  CITIZENS and HANDICAPPED
S.A.D. (School Administrative District) see EDUCATION--SAD #
SAGE
SAINT AGATHA (ME.)
SAINT BASILE (N.B.)
SAINT CROIX ISLAND (ME.)
SAINT CROIX RIVER (ME.)
SAINT DAVID (ME.)
SAINT FRANCIS (ME.)
Saint John-Aroostook Resource [periodical] see SAINT JOHN-
  AROOSTOOOK RESOURCE, CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT AREA
  NEWSLETTER
SAINT JOHN-AROOSTOOK RESOURCE, CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT
SAINT JOHN-AROOSTOOK RESOURCE, CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT AREA
SAINT JOHN-AROOSTOOK RESOURCE, CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT
  PROJECT see also SAINT JOHN-AROOSTOOK RESOURCE,
  CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT AREA
SAINT JOHN AROOSTOOK RURAL CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT
SAINT JOHN PLANTATION (ME.)
SAINT JOHN RIVER (ME.)
SAINT JOHN RIVER VALLEY (ME.)
SAINT JOHN WILDERNESS WATERWAY (ME.)
SALMON
SALVATION ARMY
SAM (Sportsmans Alliane of Maine Newsletter) see SPORTS
SAVE see EDUCATION--SAVE
SAWS
Schools see EDUCATION
SCOUTS AND SCOUTING
SCULPTURE
SEALS (animal)
SEARS ISLAND (Me.)
Searsport (Me.) see HARBORS
Seat belt law see MAINE LEGISLATURE
Sesquicentennial--Aroostook County see AROOSTOOK COUNTY (ME.)--
  CENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONS, etc.
Sesquicentennial--Maine see MAINE--CENTENNIAL CELEBRATIONS, etc.
SEVEN ISLANDS LAND CO. see also LAND USE
SHEEP
Sheridan (Me.) see ASHLAND (ME.)
SHERMAN (ME.)
SHERMAN LUMBER COMPANY
SHERMAN MILLS (ME.)
SHERMAN STATION (ME.) see also STACEYVILLE (ME.)
SHIPS
SHRINERS see also FREEMASONS
SILVER RIDGE (ME. : PLANTATION)
SINCLAIR (ME.)
Sinclair Act see EDUCATION
SKATING
Skiing see RECREATION
SLED DOG RACING
SMOKING
SMYRNA (ME.)
SMYRNA MILLS (ME.)
Smyrna Station (Me.) see SMYRNA (ME.)
Snowshoes see RECREATION
SNOWMOBILES
SOCIAL SERVICES
Society of Maine Archivists see M.A.M.
SOCIETY OF SAINT ANDREW
SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION SERVICE
SOLAR ENERGY
SOLDIER POND (ME.)
Solid wastes see WASTE DISPOSAL
SOUTHERN AROOSTOOK ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS
SPANISH AMERICAN WAR, 1898
Spinning see TEXTILE CRAFTS
Sporting Camps see CAMPS, HUNTING GUIDES
SPORTS
SPRAGUEVILLE (ME.)
SPRUCE BUDWORM
SPUD LINES [periodical]
Spudman see SPUD LINES
Spudstock see MUSIC
STACYVILLE (ME.)
STAR HERALD [newspaper]
STAR HERALD [newspaper]--LONG, LONG AGO (column)
Star Herald Index, located on cards in a cabinet on the main
  floor
STAR TREK FAN CLUB
Starch see POTATO PRODUCTS
STOCKHOLM (ME.)
STONE WALLS
Strawberries see BERRIES
Student Exchange Program see EDUCATION - STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM
SUBMARINES
SUGAR
SUGAR BEET (includes industry, planting, harvesting) see also
  VALSHING, FRED H.
SUNRISE [Newspaper]
SUPERSTITIONS
SURVEYING
Swedish Americans see NEW SWEDEN (ME.)

T

T.A.M.C. see AROOSTOOK MEDICAL CENTER (T.A.M.C.)
T.A.M.C. NEWS(LETTER) [periodical} see also AROOSTOOK MEDICAL
  CENTER T.A.M.C.
Teachers see EDUCATORS
Technical education see NORTHERN MAINE TECHNICAL COLLEGE
TELECOMMUNICATIONS (includes telephone, etc.)
TELEVISION see also individual towns for stations
TEMPLE (ME.)
TEXTILE CRAFTS
THEATER
THOREAU FELLOWSHIP, INC.
TIMBER see FORESTS AND FORESTRY
TOBIQUE VALLEY (N.B.) see also CANADA
TOURIST TRADE
TRADITIONAL MEDICINE
TRANSPORTATION see also ROADS, RAILROADS
TRAPPING
TREES
TROUT
TURTLES

U

UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS
UNITED POTATO PRODUCERS OF MAINE
UNITED STATES--ARMED FORCES see also LORING AIR FORCE BASE (ME.),
  PRESQUE ISLE AIR FORCE BASE (ME.), and HOULTON AIR FORCE
  BASE (ME.)
UNITED STATES BORDER PATROL
United States--Boundaries see NORTHEAST BOUNDARY OF THE U.S. and
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
UNITED STATES--CONSTITUTION
UNITED STATES--HISTORY
UNITED WAY OF AROOSTOOK
UNIVERSITY OF MAINE
UNIVERSITY OF MAINE AT FORT KENT
UNIVERSITY OF MAINE AT ORONO
University of Maine at Presque Isle see ARCHIVES OF UM-PRESQUE
  ISLE, located by the entrance door of this Special
  Collections room, and the Star Herald Index in a cabinet on
  the main floor.
UNIVERSITY OF MAINE SYSTEM see also ARCHIVES OF UM-PRESQUE ISLE
UNORGANIZED TERRITORY

V

VALSHING, FRED H.
VAN BUREN (ME.)
VEGETABLE GARDENING see also FARM PRODUCE; FARM CROPS
Vera Esty House see PRESQUE ISLE HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL
  SOCIETY; and MUSEUMS
VETERANS
VISITING NURSES OF AROOSTOOK
VISTA see PEACE CORPS
Vocational education see NORTHERN MAINE TECHNICAL COLLEGE
VOLUNTEERS see also RSVP
VOTING RESEARCH

W

WALDOBORO (ME.)
WALLAGRASS (ME.)
WASHBURN (ME.)
WASTE DISPOSAL
WASTE DISPOSAL SITES see also WATER QUALITY, HAZARDOUS WASTES
Waste Watcher [periodical] see WASTE DISPOSAL
WATER QUALITY--see also WASTE DISPOSAL SITES
WEATHER
Weaving see TEXTILE CRAFTS
WEBSTER-ASHBURTON TREATY see also NORTHEAST BOUNDARY OF THE U.S.
WELLSPRING also cataloged in URSUS
WESTFIELD (ME.)
WESTMANLAND (ME.)
WESTON (ME.)
WHITE, NATHAN WILLIAM COLLECTION
White-water rafting see RECREATION
WILD FLOWERS
Wild meat receipes see COOKERY
WILDERNESS AREAS see also LAND USE
WILDERNESS ROAD see also TRANSPORTATION
WILDLIFE see also specific types, e.g. MOOSE, DEER, etc.
WILHELM REICH MUSEUM
WINN, (ME.)
Winter Sports Centre see MAINE WINTER SPORTS CENTRE
WINTERVILLE (ME.)
WINTHROP (ME.)
WITCHCRAFT
WOLVES
WOMEN see also MAINE COMMISSION ON WOMEN
WOOD CARVING
WOOD PRODUCTS
WOODLAND (ME.)
WOODSTOCK (N.B.)
WORK OPPORTUNITIES CENTER
World War I see WORLD WAR, 1914-1918
WORLD WAR II see WORLD WAR, 1939-1945
WORLD WAR, 1914-1918
WORLD WAR, 1939-1945 see also Veterans
WYTOPITLOCK (ME.)

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Y

Y.M.C.A.
YORK COUNTY (ME.)
YOUNG AUTHORS INSTITUTE
YOUTH

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