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Arnold Expedition Historical Society
60 Burnham Road
Scarborough, Maine 04074

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Benedict Arnold

New AEHS-sponsored Sign in Place.

A new roadisde information sign is nearly ready for visitors to the turnout along Route 201 in Carratunk, Maine. Click here for details.


Hospital Site Artifacts Being Treated

The artifacts that were recovered from the Arnold log hospital site last summer are currently undergoing treatment by the Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands. These should be ready for display at the Colburn house this summer. Take a sneak peek by clicking here.


Rare Uniform Button Discovered

Among the items recovered in 2011 from the Arnodl Hospital Site was a rare military button that has since been identified. Click here to learn more.


New Book About Arnold's March Available

Voices from a Wilderness Expedition: The Journals and Men of Arnold’s Expedition to Quebec in 1775. Click Here.


New Book About Reuben Colburn Available

Patriot on the Kennebec: Major Reuben Colburn, Benedict Arnold and the March to Quebec, 1775. Click Here.


2011 Great Carrying Place Artifact Discoveries

AEHS group has located more than two dozen new finds. Click here.


Read First Hand Accounts and Rosters of the Men who Participated in the Expedition

Check out the newly posted information in the Research Room.


Listen to Maine boatbuilder Cecil Pierce discuss the bateaux

Audio descriptions on the Audio Booth. Click here.


AEHS Newsletters now Online

From Issue No. 1 in 1968 to Today

Read all of the society's newsletters and announcements dating back to its founding 40 years ago by clicking here.

Read the latest newsletter by clicking here (1.1mb)


Audio Section

Hear audio clips here on the site

The audio section of our site has audio clips of some of our founding members speaking about bateaux, the expedition, and the bicentenial reenactment in 1975.