History of Malaga Island (Virtual)
Malaga Island is a 41-acre island near the mouth of the New Meadows River in Casco Bay, Maine. It was the site of an interracial community from the Civil War until 1912, when the residents were forcibly evicted from the island. Travel back in history and learn about who used the island before the colony, about the colony and its history, and then about it now during this 90 minute webinar. Appropriate for home-schoolers and anyone interested in Maine History. Take a virtual tour with Master Maine Guide, Alice Bean Andrenyak, who specializes in its tumultuous history.