Detail For Show: A Seafaring Village - The Penobscot Marine Museum


Show Description:

The Penobscot Marine Museum in Searsport, Maine, is Maine's oldest maritime museum and is designed to preserve and educate people regarding Maine's and Searsport's rich and unique maritime and shipbuilding history. Designed as a unique 19th century seafaring village, the museum encompasses thirteen historic and modern buildings, houses a modern exhibit gallery features annual shows and is home to a regionally important library and archives focused on maritime history and regional genealogy. Eight of the museum's buildings are on the National Register of Historic Places. Among the collections is a significant photographic archives that includes glass plate negatives documenting life in New England and New York from 1909 and 1947 taken by the Eastern Illustrating & Publishing Company. The photographs are being digitized and made available online for research and access. In each episode you will explore one of the eight buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings, visit one of the exhibits, or enjoy one of the many lectures presented at the Penobscot Marine Museum.

Type of Show: Multiple episode series

Target Viewing Market: National (US)

State of Production and/or Target State or Province: Maine

Frequency of Episodes: Approximately every 30 days

Show Producer: Searsport Community Television (SCTV-7)

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0001"Titanic: What Really Happened" Part 100:28:300.99/N/A18/0
0002 "Titanic: What Really Happened" Part200:27:540.99/N/A15/0
0003 "Titanic: What Really Happened" part300:26:380.99/N/A13/0
0004 Floating Offshore Wind: Becoming a Reality00:53:320.90/N/A6/0
0005 Captain Lincoln Colcord00:49:110.82/N/A7/0
0006 Evolution of the Photographic Snapshot 00:52:440.79/N/A5/0
0007 Stalking the Elusive Historic Photograph00:40:270.62/N/A5/0
0008 Beyond Nostalgia: Four Maine Women Photographers at the Turn-of-the-Century00:39:220.60/N/A5/0
0009 Documenting Fishing in New England 2005-2014 00:15:520.24/N/A9/0
0010 Photography and American Literature: From Ideal to Real00:36:340.69/N/A6/0
0011 Close to the Land & Close to the Sea00:34:250.63/N/A8/0
0012 Forgotten Female Photographers, Brought to Life01:01:140.99/N/A4/0
0013 Preserving Maine's Sense of Place in Moving Images00:43:380.84/N/A3/0
0014 Memories Create a Sense of Place:The Maine Folklife Center's Role00:32:050.55/N/A5/0
0015 Telling the Story of South Bristol Maine with Post Cards00:43:030.67/N/A3/0
0016 Early 20th Century Images from the Eastern Illustrating and Publishing Company00:43:110.69/N/A3/0
0017 Making a Storymap to Define "Place"00:32:410.53/N/A3/0
0018 Maine in Her Heart: the Photography of Margaret "Peggy" McKenna from 1971 to 201300:34:510.59/N/A3/0
0019 Maine in the "Coolie" Trade00:50:040.82/N/A2/0
0020 The Mackerel Schooner Augusta E. Herrick00:38:220.65/N/A1/0

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