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  2. The Goshen Historical Society was created in 1978. We present educational programs and other activities that deal primarily with the history of Goshen. We usually meet in the John James Memorial Town Hall, 42 Main Street (Route 9), Goshen. Our programs are typically held once a month from late spring to early autumn. http://www.goshen-ma.us/home/organizations/goshen-historical-society Kristen Estelle, President Goshen Historical Society GoshenHistoricalSociety@gmail.com (413) 268-7120 126 Berkshire Trail West, Goshen MA 01032-9600
  3. The Goshen Historical Society was created in 1978. We present educational programs and other activities that deal primarily with the history of Goshen. We usually meet in the John James Memorial Town Hall, 42 Main Street (Route 9), Goshen. Our programs are typically held once a month from late spring to early autumn. http://www.goshen-ma.us/home/organizations/goshen-historical-society Kristen Estelle, President Goshen Historical Society GoshenHistoricalSociety@gmail.com (413) 268-7120 126 Berkshire Trail West, Goshen MA 01032-9600 View full record
  4. Welcome to the Pelham Historical Society WEB Site. The Pelham Historical Society is a diverse group of people all interest in learning and preserving the history of Pelham and the surrounding regions. We do this by maintaining archives of Pelham’s histories, displaying artifacts in our museum, and presenting a series of programs and walks through out the year. This year we have programs about Pelham’s history from millions of years ago to today. Thank you. The mission of the Pelham Historical Society is to foster appreciation of Pelham's unique history through informative programs of interest to people of all ages, to collect and preserve artifacts related to the history of Pelham and to sustain the Pelham Historical Society Museum so that the story of Pelham will be told to the public through educational displays, comprehensive exhibits and special events. http://www.pelhamhs.org/ Pelham Historical Society Bruce Klotz - President archives@pelhamhs.org
  5. Welcome to the Pelham Historical Society WEB Site. The Pelham Historical Society is a diverse group of people all interest in learning and preserving the history of Pelham and the surrounding regions. We do this by maintaining archives of Pelham’s histories, displaying artifacts in our museum, and presenting a series of programs and walks through out the year. This year we have programs about Pelham’s history from millions of years ago to today. Thank you. The mission of the Pelham Historical Society is to foster appreciation of Pelham's unique history through informative programs of interest to people of all ages, to collect and preserve artifacts related to the history of Pelham and to sustain the Pelham Historical Society Museum so that the story of Pelham will be told to the public through educational displays, comprehensive exhibits and special events. http://www.pelhamhs.org/ Pelham Historical Society Bruce Klotz - President archives@pelhamhs.org View full record
  6. Purpose of the Society To obtain and preserve historical data and articles pertaining to the town of Monson, MA. To encourage and develop the pursuit and expression of such interests in all suitable ways. http://monsonhistoricalsociety.org/ One Green St., Suite One Monson, MA 01057 413-267-4292 E-mail: info@monsonhistoricalsociety.org
  7. Purpose of the Society To obtain and preserve historical data and articles pertaining to the town of Monson, MA. To encourage and develop the pursuit and expression of such interests in all suitable ways. http://monsonhistoricalsociety.org/ One Green St., Suite One Monson, MA 01057 413-267-4292 E-mail: info@monsonhistoricalsociety.org View full record
  8. Welcome to the Cuttyhunk Historical Society and Museum of the Elizabeth Islands. Here, on the southern-most island in a chain of 13 separating Buzzards Bay from the Vineyard Sound, we preserve, celebrate, and share the history and culture of Cuttyhunk and the islands that make up the Town of Gosnold. First visited in 1602 by Bartholomew Gosnold, and settled as a township in 1641, Cuttyhunk has a long history as a fishing mecca, wartime defense outpost and summer destination. Open seasonally, the museum offers annually changing exhibits, a children’s learning area, research library, educational programming for both children and adults and a gift shop. Come visit the museum and uncover our history, learn about island life, ask a question or share a memory. We look forward to welcoming you. http://www.cuttyhunkhistoricalsociety.org/ The mission of the Cuttyhunk Historical Society is to preserve the traditions, records and history of the Elizabeth Islands for the benefit of present and future generations. Launched in 1978 and incorporated in 1982, the Society owns and operates the Museum of the Elizabeth Islands on Cuttyhunk. We are also responsible for the preservation of Tarpaulin Cove Lighthouse on Naushon Island. The Cuttyhunk Historical Society is a non-profit 501©(3) organization and depends on donations, gifts, and grants to fund its many activities. Memberships are a vital source of funding for us, as are annual gifts. They create a dependable base of support that allows us to plan for future programs, events, and projects. Each gift goes directly to the activities that preserve the history and heritage of the Elizabeth Islands. Cuttyhunk Historical Society Museum of the Elizabeth Islands P.O. Box 181 23 Tower Hill Road Cuttyhunk, MA 02713
  9. Welcome to the Cuttyhunk Historical Society and Museum of the Elizabeth Islands. Here, on the southern-most island in a chain of 13 separating Buzzards Bay from the Vineyard Sound, we preserve, celebrate, and share the history and culture of Cuttyhunk and the islands that make up the Town of Gosnold. First visited in 1602 by Bartholomew Gosnold, and settled as a township in 1641, Cuttyhunk has a long history as a fishing mecca, wartime defense outpost and summer destination. Open seasonally, the museum offers annually changing exhibits, a children’s learning area, research library, educational programming for both children and adults and a gift shop. Come visit the museum and uncover our history, learn about island life, ask a question or share a memory. We look forward to welcoming you. http://www.cuttyhunkhistoricalsociety.org/ The mission of the Cuttyhunk Historical Society is to preserve the traditions, records and history of the Elizabeth Islands for the benefit of present and future generations. Launched in 1978 and incorporated in 1982, the Society owns and operates the Museum of the Elizabeth Islands on Cuttyhunk. We are also responsible for the preservation of Tarpaulin Cove Lighthouse on Naushon Island. The Cuttyhunk Historical Society is a non-profit 501©(3) organization and depends on donations, gifts, and grants to fund its many activities. Memberships are a vital source of funding for us, as are annual gifts. They create a dependable base of support that allows us to plan for future programs, events, and projects. Each gift goes directly to the activities that preserve the history and heritage of the Elizabeth Islands. Cuttyhunk Historical Society Museum of the Elizabeth Islands P.O. Box 181 23 Tower Hill Road Cuttyhunk, MA 02713 View full record
  10. The Chester Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation of Chester’s heritage and historical buildings. The society maintains numerous resources for local history or genealogical research, as well as a large collection of items from Chester’s industrial past. http://www.chestermass.com/ Meetings are held at the Old Jail on Route 20 the first Saturday of the month, from 9am to 11am - all are welcome! Email us if you would like to make an appointment to use the resources of the society or if you have any questions/comments about Historic Chester Massachusetts. Chester Historical Society 15 Middlefield Street | Chester, MA 01011
  11. The Chester Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation of Chester’s heritage and historical buildings. The society maintains numerous resources for local history or genealogical research, as well as a large collection of items from Chester’s industrial past. http://www.chestermass.com/ Meetings are held at the Old Jail on Route 20 the first Saturday of the month, from 9am to 11am - all are welcome! Email us if you would like to make an appointment to use the resources of the society or if you have any questions/comments about Historic Chester Massachusetts. Chester Historical Society 15 Middlefield Street | Chester, MA 01011 View full record
  12. The Sheffield Historical Society was organized in 1972 by a group of local residents who sought to preserve the story of the oldest town in Berkshire County. It is a volunteer driven, nonprofit corporation, actively involved in local historical research that also offers a variety of educational programs for every age group. The Society’s goal is to stimulate interest in local history and to interpret the town’s past. It collects and preserves records and materials relevant to the town, which includes the hamlets of Sheffield and Ashley Falls, exhibits them and makes them available for exhibits, research, and educational program. The mission of the Sheffield Historical Society is to promote a wider understanding of the people and events that preceded us in this area, and to preserve and transmit that heritage to current and future generations http://sheffieldhistory.weebly.com/ Dan Raymond House Museum / Mark Dewey Research Center / Old Stone Store 137-161 Main Street P.O. Box 747 Sheffield, MA 01257
  13. The Sheffield Historical Society was organized in 1972 by a group of local residents who sought to preserve the story of the oldest town in Berkshire County. It is a volunteer driven, nonprofit corporation, actively involved in local historical research that also offers a variety of educational programs for every age group. The Society’s goal is to stimulate interest in local history and to interpret the town’s past. It collects and preserves records and materials relevant to the town, which includes the hamlets of Sheffield and Ashley Falls, exhibits them and makes them available for exhibits, research, and educational program. The mission of the Sheffield Historical Society is to promote a wider understanding of the people and events that preceded us in this area, and to preserve and transmit that heritage to current and future generations http://sheffieldhistory.weebly.com/ Dan Raymond House Museum / Mark Dewey Research Center / Old Stone Store 137-161 Main Street P.O. Box 747 Sheffield, MA 01257 View full record
  14. The mission of the Westport Historical Society is to engage the public in the exploration of the town’s rich history and culture, to inspire a spirit of discovery through educational programs and encourage active participation in the preservation and interpretation of our past. The Society collects and shares this history. Its goal is to foster the imaginative process of connecting to the past, making it relevant to our present and vital to the future of our community. http://wpthistory.org/ Westport Historical Society 25 Drift Rd. (Head of Westport) P. O. Box N188 Westport, MA 02790-0700 Phone: 508-636-6011 Visit: The Bell School, 25 Drift Rd. June through October Wednesday Thursday, Friday 10 AM – 2 PM or by appointment. November through May: We maintain office hours during the winter months. If you wish to view our exhibition or have research inquiries, please call 508-636-6011 to make an appointment. The Handy House, 202 Hix Bridge Road. Open June – October on the second and fourth Saturday of each month
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