The Maine State Archives, a bureau within the Department of Secretary of State, maintains approximately 95 million pages of official State records considered to be permanently valuable. These include maps from the Land Office, photographs from the Dept. of Economic Development, trademarks registered with the Secretary of State, Civil War soldiers’ portraits returned to the Adjutant General and numerous gifts of historically important materials donated by individuals, to list a few.

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Adjutant General

African American History in Maine

Archives Month Posters

Archives Publications

Bingham Purchase

Executive

Finding Aids and Reference Material

Historical Documents

Legislature

Maps

Photographs and Image Collections

Plantation Returns

Revolutionary War

Statehood

Tabulations for Elections

Treasury

Vintage Postcards

Wabanaki Papers, 1793 -1880s