- 2011-01-15 · Office of Governor Paul LePage, LePage, Paul RView Full Item in Maine State Library
Good morning. This is Maine Governor Paul LePage. This Monday, January 17th is the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday. I talk a lot about putting people first. Dr. King is someone who spent and ultimately…
- 1900-01-01 · UnknownView Full Text in Maine State Library
A broadside produced by a temperance society. Text: FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS: Having just opened a commodious shop for the sale' of “Liquid Fire” I embrace this early opportunity of informing you that, o…
Prohibition In Maine: 1923 Address of Percival P. Baxter, Governor of Maine, at the State Convention of Maine Woman's Christian Temperance Union1923-10-03 · Baxter, Percival PView Full Text in Maine State Library
Address by Governor Baxter at the 1923 State Convention of Maine Woman's Christian Temperance Union in Pittsfield. Includes information about state policy with regard to liquor enforcement, problems w…
- Maine Legislature, American ConventionView Full Text in Maine State Archives
Documents related to the American Convention for the promotion of the abolition of slavery. The Convention assembled in Washington, D.C. in 1831.
- 1988-01-01 · Maine Commission for Women, Noone, Deborah HView Full Text in Maine State Library
Likely published in late 1980's.