THIS PROJECT HAS BEEN SUSPENDED FOR NOW.
The town of Corinna, Maine will be 200 years old in 2016. I would like to produce a group of short videos telling stories from the town’s history. The series will use live video, interviews, still pictures and narration to tell stories about events and people in Corinna over the past two centuries. I’ll publish the videos on this web site during the bicentennial year.
I welcome any comments or suggestions you might have, especially if you are interested in working with me on this project. Along with the videos I hope to produce educational materials for use in schools. If you have pictures, movies or stories that relate to the history of the town, or would like to be interviewed for an episode, contact me by clicking the CONTACT KEN link in the upper left of this page.
As a sample, the first episode is available at the ‘Episode 1 – Introduction’ link under Recent Posts on the left of this page.