Acadia; as with all national parks; is a place where stories are shared about natural and cultural history. These stories can be written, spoken, or both -- all playing an intricate part in understanding the past and present of the landscape and its people.
Books and Reports
Cultural Landscape Reports
Learn about park history through well known places like Jordan Pond, Cadillac Mountain, Schoodic Peninsula, Sieur de Monts, and more.
Browse a collection of stories, guides, reports, addresses, and conference proceedings.
This historical-ethnographic overview of Acadia National Park spans almost 500 years. Find links to Volumes 1 and 2 here.
Audio and Video
Last updated: October 28, 2020