Thanks to the work of a great many people, our Bicentennial book offers
tales to delight and history to enlighten the willing reader. This
volume is necessarily partial, and we encourage future historians and
story tellers to expand on what we have begun.
While we make no claim to absolute accuracy, all
contributors have made every effort to tell the truth as best they can
remember it or reconstruct it from existing documents and pictures.
From abundant resources, we
have stories and pictures enough to overflow the thickest book. So
we invite curious readers and travelers to see and read more at the
Orland Historical Society Museum in the village.
This book touches on the history of the Town of Orland as seen by the
They include:, S.Wayne Ames, Donald Bowden, Minnie Bowden, Sharon Bray, Chris
Farley, Dave Davis, Virginia Davis, Leslie Dorr, Lillian Dunbar, Stuart
Gross, Russell Harriman, Doris Hutchins, Bill Larkin, Dawsie Pierce,
Julia Remick, Peter Remick, George Sawyer, Frances E. Soper, Jane
Tannehill, and Nancy Wasson.
at the Town Office
PO Box 67,
Orland, ME 04472