This paper examines the importance, types, and locations of maul records, and the methods for collecting, preserving, and using them. Maul records reveal the nature of the residents’ ordinary lives, help to closely examine the history and culture of the maul, and serve as cultural resources that supplement oral records. Collecting materials from maul records requires understanding the types, locations, and states of the records. Maul records should include records created by the local organizations, personal records by individuals, and records that evidence the history of the maul. The collection methods of maul records are categorized into regular collection, irregular collection, passive collection, and active collection. These records need to be locally conserved in the maul. They can enhance the residents’ lives, and can be used to help produce books, posters, calendars, commercial advertisements, symbols, academic education, exhibitions, digital contents, and historical records. They are also useful in helping to market the history.