The Dover-Foxcroft Historical Society (DFHS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting and preserving information and artifacts relating to the history and culture of the towns of Dover and Foxcroft.  Our collection of archives and artifacts, totaling over 29,000 items, is available for research and enjoyment.


The Museum is open on Thursdays from 10-2.  


Please join us on September 6th. for our next talk on Sir Harry Oakes.

Press Release –

“The Dover-Foxcroft Historical Society presents ‘The Amazing Life of Sir Harry Oakes’.  The story of a man born in Sangerville, graduated from Foxcroft Academy, discovered two gold mines, became the richest man in Canada, knighted by the King of England, murdered in 1943.  The crime was never solved.  The lecture is by Dennis Lyford and will begin at 7 PM on Wednesday, September 6 at the Central Hall Commons.  All are welcome.”






We are always available for research.  We are happy to share information on any items in our collection.  Contact us for more information