Panel Discussion: “The History and Impact of Immigration in Maine” Free, panel discussion lecture before Gabriela Montero
January 18, 2020 • 1:00 pm
PANEL IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
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Venezuelan award-winning pianist Gabriela Montero pays homage to the physical, cultural and psychological emigration westwards of three early twentieth century Russian pianist-composers: Rachmaninov, Prokofiev and Stravinsky. The panel discussion will focus on the history of Maine’s immigration from the colonial America’s to the ongoing influx new Mainers through migration and immigration. What is driving the movement of the new comers, and what are they met by upon their entrance into Maine? This will be an amazing panel discussion moderated by Linda Nelson, Deputy Director at Portland Ovations.
The panel discussion takes place at the Maine Historical Society.
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A growing museum, incomparable library and statewide educational resource, the Maine Historical Society is located in the heart of Portland’s downtown cultural district. Founded in 1822, the Maine Historical Society is the third oldest state historical society in the United States.
Maine Historical Society is open year round and situated in downtown Portland, across from Monument Square. The Maine Historical Society strives to serve the entire state through its education and outreach programs and through the digital museum, the Maine Memory Network.
MHS is comprised of the Wadsworth–Longfellow House and Longfellow Garden, the Maine Historical Society Museum and Store, the MHS Research Library and the Maine Memory Network.