Researching Corinth and Topsham History
Dive Into the Past: Corinth History Binders
The Corinth Historical Society has amassed a wealth of information in the form of old photographs, maps, newspaper clippings, written histories of its early residents and what they did, and much more. This information has been lovingly collected into over 20 binders that are housed at the library. If you are interested in Corinth history, be sure to look at this resource!
Contact the Corinth Historical Society with your questions or to speak about relevant matters:
Peter MacMurray, President, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Corinth and Topsham History in Text & Photos
Copies of History of Corinth, Vermont: 1764-1964 and Topsham Sketches II: Volumes One and Two are available at the library and can be checked out for a period of two weeks. Copies of History of Corinth are also available for purchase at the Corinth Town Hall. In 2014, in recognition of the 250th anniversary of the town, Jen Spanier, professional indexer, created an index for History of Corinth.
Download the History of Corinth Index [pdf] here »
The library is also home to many other books about Corinth, Topsham, the surrounding towns, and Vermont.
Take a Step Back in Time: Corinth Oral History Project
Beginning in 2008, the Corinth Historical Society teamed up with a group of local volunteers to conduct interviews of Corinth residents about life in their town. The resulting Corinth Oral History Project records are now housed at the library.
In 2015, Abigail Spanier, a volunteer library intern, began to combine audio files and photographs from the interviews to create short movies featuring some of the interviewees. Watch 3 interviews below and view ALL on the BML YouTube Channel »
Beetlejuice … Beetlejuice … Beetlejuice!
Did you know that East Corinth was the filming location for the classic 1988 film, Beetlejuice? One of our town’s residents took a stack of snapshots during filming. These have been scanned and uploaded to our Flickr page. View the Beetlejuice production snapshots here »