Article Explores Tragic History of Maine’s Malaga Island
October 29, 2014
Portland Press Herald: The tragic story of Malaga Island has been told many times since the tiny isle off Phippsburg was sold in 2001 to the Maine Coast Heritage Trust and archaeologists began to unearth the remains of its disenfranchised community.
But there’s still much pain for the descendants of Malaga Island, despite the fact this wild, pristine island in the Gulf of Maine is now visited by boaters and coastal hikers.
Read more about the tragic history of Maine’s Malaga Island.
Overview of Malaga Island from Maine Coast Heritage Trust (PDF).
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