Fort Kent (Me.)--History
Subject Source: Dacs
Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection consists of one long sleeve dress with one small head covering (cap called a câline), and a drawstring purse, handmade for the Fort Kent 100th Anniversary in 1969. These items are made of cotton print with small yellow flowers and orange leaves on white background. The cap, called a câline, is open on the back of the head for a woman to put her knotted hair through. The front opening has lace around and a ribbon to tie the cap under the chin and a ribbon in the...
Dates: 1969-00-00; Other: 2009-06-00
Identifier: Univ. 220.127.116.11.2
Dates: approximately 1839; Other: Date acquired: 1992
Collection — Other VX-358 book 1, VX-358 book 2
Scope and Contents This collection consists of an engraved sketch of the Fort Kent Blockhouse on a round piece of softwood, probably pine, made by Wildred Dumond in 1960. The area is also engraved with the name Fort Kent State Normal School Est. 1878. The circumference has a rope-like engraving measuring a half-inch wide. The piece measures about 14.5 inches in diameter and is ¾ of an inch thick and has a golden tone with some preservative. The reverse side has the name of Wilfred R. Dumont ’60 engraved in...
Dates: 1960-00-00; Other: Unknown