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Archives of the Diocese of Maine

https://episcopalmaine.org/resources/archives-of-the-diocese-of-maine/

The Archives contain a mixture of public, historical records that can be used for research, and legal records that are sealed from view. Together they comprise a history of the people and places that have formed and shaped us over the years.

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Wabanaki Windows archive on WERU

https://archives.weru.org/category/wabanaki-windows/

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Archives Basics

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Jc_ET-Sk0QDGMwTfZW4pdBT38gFHyL8U/view?usp=sharing

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Past Issues of the Newsletter (The Dio Log)

https://episcopalmaine.org/resources/dio-log-archive/

Access past issues of The Dio Log, the bi-monthly newsletter of The Episcopal Diocese of Maine.

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Territorial Lands and Waters Acknowledgement

https://episcopalmaine.org/resources/territorial-lands-and-waters-acknowledgement/

2021 Diocesan Resolution 3 for Territorial Acknowledgement Wabanaki REACH Statement on Land Acknowledgement at https://www.mainewabanakireach.org/acknowledging_the_land Dawnland Signals program on WERU-FM about land acknowledgements (11/19/20) at https://archives.weru.org/?s=dawnland+signals Land (and water) acknowledgement by the University of Southern...

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General Convention

https://episcopalmaine.org/about/governance/general-convention/

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Bicentennial of the Diocese of Maine

https://episcopalmaine.org/resources/bicentennial-celebration/

The Diocese of Maine celebrated its 200th birthday in the year 2020. The Bicentennial Committee planned a year long multi-event celebration, beginning with a kick-off at Diocesan Convention in 2019.

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Tribal Sovereignty

https://episcopalmaine.org/resources/tribal-sovereignty/

Tribal Sovereignty resources from the Committee on Indian Relations

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Episcopal Diocese of Maine Branding

https://episcopalmaine.org/resources/brand-overview/

The logo for the Episcopal Diocese of Maine utilizes design elements – namely the pine tree and the cross - that have remained consistent since 1930. The shape of the logo echoes both the diocesan shield and the shield of The Episcopal Church. View the inspirations for our current, colorful logo and download branding guidelines.

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The Art and History of Stained Glass Windows in Bar Harbor

https://episcopalmaine.org/the-art-and-history-of-stained-glass-windows-in-bar-harbor/

Jennifer Booher gave a slide talk about her research into stained-glass windows in Bar Harbor buildings. Booher is an artist and photographer currently at work on a book documenting local stained-glass windows. Her research has...