7:30 pm (Berwick Academy)
Abenaki scholar Dr. Lisa Brooks speaks about the northern front of King Philip’s War in Wabanaki country. New maps of “Native space” and littleknown historical documents reveal a very different view of both the war and the territory known as northern New England. Brooks demonstrates that the war did not end with the death of the Wampanoag leader King Philip in 1676, but rather with a process of Native alliance making and treaties between colonial authorities and Wabanaki sachems. Photo credit: Ken Hamilton
Loosely based on the Hike Through History, an interactive scavenger hunt and a visit to an old Speakeasy. And what's the best part? It's adults only - because why should kids have all of the fun?!! READ MORE
through October, year round by appointment
Our untold past comes to life in South Berwick - Maine Sunday Telegram
Inspired by the richness of its archaeological collections and the approaching anniversary of New England’s founding, the Old Berwick Historical Society is launching a groundbreaking exhibition that recasts the founding story of this region. Open Saturdays and Sundays from 1:00 to 4:00 pm through October. Admission is free; donations are welcome.