History of Malaga Island
Malaga Island is a 41-acre island at the mouth of the New Meadows River in Casco Bay. It was the site of an interracial community from 1860's - 1912, when residents were forcibly evicted. Learn about who used the island before the colony, about the colony, and post colony use. Take a virtual tour of the island.
Class meets Live Online by Zoom
Wednesday, April 12, 2023
From the Instructor:
I have been leading interpretive historical tours to this island since 1989, and have done serious historical research. I am a Master Maine Guide who has been guiding for over 40 years, running my own full year guiding business (Alice's Awesome Adventures). Former Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Guides Board Examiner.