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  1. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/50841534605/ This Facebook page is the online meeting place for members and friends of the Colonel George Waller Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution. Founded in 1958, we serve a wide regional area, including most the Martinsville-Henry-Patrick County areas of Virginia, but we also serve parts of Franklin County, Floyd County, and Pittsylvania County.
  2. The Shoals Area Chapter, Alabama Society, Sons of the American Revolution, was chartered on October 8, 2011 and serves the Florence, Sheffield, Muscle Shoals, Lauderdale, Colbert, Franklin, Lawrence, and Winston Counties. https://www.alssar.org/shoals-area-chapter.html The Shoals Chapter regular monthly meeting is at 2:00 PM on the second Sunday of the month except for the month of August. Meetings are held in the Hellen Keller Public Library, 511 N Main St, Tuscumbia, AL
  3. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County:
  4. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County:
  5. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County:
  6. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County:
  7. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County:
  8. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County: View full record
  9. The Rowe Historical Society owns and operates the Kemp-McCarthy Museum located at 282 Zoar Road in Rowe, Massachusetts. It opened on June 30, 1963. The museum has an extensive collection of local artifacts and antiques. Highlights of the collection include antique quilts, 19th century dolls, period costumes, china and glassware, sleighs, furniture, photographs, cookware, tools, farm implements, and an original 19th century hearse. Exhibits are updated regularly. The Kemp-McCarthy Museum also has many valuable photos of townspeople and local sites, as well as literature from the Davis Mine and the Yankee Atomic Electric Company. http://www.rowehistoricalsociety.org/ On November 30, 1957, eighteen town residents gathered at the Rowe Town Library to form the Rowe Historical Society. A Publicity Committee was organized to tell the public about the new society and to invite interested people to attend the next meeting. A Bylaw Committee was created to define the objectives of the society. At the second meeting of the society on January 11, 1958, Bylaw Committee Chairman Wendell W. Bjork described the purposes of the society: To collect and preserve historical records and data of persons, places and events in and associated with Rowe, Massachusetts To collect, preserve and maintain an historical library and museum of historical relics and articles of historical interest To awaken and maintain public interest in all matters relating to the history of the Town of Rowe To acquire by purchase or otherwise, or lease or rent, real and personal property not in excess of the amount permitted by law as may be necessary or convenient as incidental to the purposes of the corporation, and to sell and dispose of the same
  10. Ashfield is one of Massachusetts' Hill Towns, a number of small communities nestled in the rolling hills between the Connecticut River and the Berkshire Mountains. Despite its rural location, Ashfield has been at the center of many of the currents of American history since its incorporation in 1765, including the pietist movement of the late eighteenth century (the first Shaker meeting house was built here in 1789) to the abolition movement (the Free Soil party triumphed here in the 1850's), to the prohibition movement (the town eliminated the open bar at town meeting in 1848). http://www.ashfieldhistorical.org/ Mailing address Ashfield Historical Society 457 Main St. PO Box 277 Ashfield, MA 01330 Telephone: (413) 628-0001.
  11. Holdings located at the Naponee Historical Society: Birthplace of David Janssen (star of the series "The Fugitive") Movie and TV Memoribilia on display. Pierce Lyden (Western Movie "Bad Guy") Movie Memoribilia and Autographed Books on display Naponee High School Memoribilia - Photos, Trophies, Year Books, Announcements, School Bell and Corner Stone Local Naponee histories including the town of Naponee and several local family histories Congregational Church Artifacts http://psdesigns13.com/naponeehist.html The Naponee Historical Society building is open during Memorial Day weekend, but can also be seen by appointment by contacting Rodney or Lorene Richter at: P.O. Box 128, Naponee, Nebraska 68960, phone: 308-269-2791. Please call ahead for an appointment if possible.
  12. Holdings located at the Naponee Historical Society: Birthplace of David Janssen (star of the series "The Fugitive") Movie and TV Memoribilia on display. Pierce Lyden (Western Movie "Bad Guy") Movie Memoribilia and Autographed Books on display Naponee High School Memoribilia - Photos, Trophies, Year Books, Announcements, School Bell and Corner Stone Local Naponee histories including the town of Naponee and several local family histories Congregational Church Artifacts http://psdesigns13.com/naponeehist.html The Naponee Historical Society building is open during Memorial Day weekend, but can also be seen by appointment by contacting Rodney or Lorene Richter at: P.O. Box 128, Naponee, Nebraska 68960, phone: 308-269-2791. Please call ahead for an appointment if possible. View full record
  13. The Museum is open from January 15 through November 15: Monday - Friday, 1 to 4. From Memorial Day through Labor Day, the museum is also open Sunday 1 to 4. We will happily open at other times by appointment. Send an e-mail any time, call during regular museum hours, or during off hours, call Franklin County Tourism at 1 641 456 5668. http://historyinfranklincounty.org/?page_id=13 Franklin County Historical Museum is located at: 1008 Central Ave W Hampton, IA 50441 +1 641 456 5777 +1 641 456 5660 info@historyinfranklincounty.org http://historyinfranklincounty.org
  14. The Museum is open from January 15 through November 15: Monday - Friday, 1 to 4. From Memorial Day through Labor Day, the museum is also open Sunday 1 to 4. We will happily open at other times by appointment. Send an e-mail any time, call during regular museum hours, or during off hours, call Franklin County Tourism at 1 641 456 5668. http://historyinfranklincounty.org/?page_id=13 Franklin County Historical Museum is located at: 1008 Central Ave W Hampton, IA 50441 +1 641 456 5777 +1 641 456 5660 info@historyinfranklincounty.org http://historyinfranklincounty.org View full record
  15. The Dublin Historical Society is organized for the purpose to discover, collect and preserve documents and materials relevant to the history of Dublin and the surrounding area. The Society displays these materials at the Fletcher Coffman House and barn, 6659 Emerald Parkway, adjacent to Coffman Park. Further, the Society plays a role to identify, mark and encourage preservation of historic sites and buildings in and around Dublin. Additionally, the Society encourages study of and an appreciation for Dublin history. http://www.dublinohiohistory.org/ We encourage everyone to walk through the Historic District to begin to gain an appreciation for what life might have been like in a simpler time when only 100 or so families called Dublin "home". Shops and homes were side-by-side, wide streets accommodated horses and wagons. Nearby quarries along the river supplied stone for buildings and fences and gravel for roads. "Everyone knew one another and everyone knew everyone else's dog," as one lifelong resident put it. Even today, a visitor can walk to the Dublin Spring alongside the Scioto River where Benjamin and Peter Sells would have drawn drinking water for their campsite on the high ground just above as they decided this would be the place to bring their father, brothers and the rest of the family for a settlement. And you can see this spring even today as you retrace those steps in Dublin's history.
  16. The Dublin Historical Society is organized for the purpose to discover, collect and preserve documents and materials relevant to the history of Dublin and the surrounding area. The Society displays these materials at the Fletcher Coffman House and barn, 6659 Emerald Parkway, adjacent to Coffman Park. Further, the Society plays a role to identify, mark and encourage preservation of historic sites and buildings in and around Dublin. Additionally, the Society encourages study of and an appreciation for Dublin history. http://www.dublinohiohistory.org/ We encourage everyone to walk through the Historic District to begin to gain an appreciation for what life might have been like in a simpler time when only 100 or so families called Dublin "home". Shops and homes were side-by-side, wide streets accommodated horses and wagons. Nearby quarries along the river supplied stone for buildings and fences and gravel for roads. "Everyone knew one another and everyone knew everyone else's dog," as one lifelong resident put it. Even today, a visitor can walk to the Dublin Spring alongside the Scioto River where Benjamin and Peter Sells would have drawn drinking water for their campsite on the high ground just above as they decided this would be the place to bring their father, brothers and the rest of the family for a settlement. And you can see this spring even today as you retrace those steps in Dublin's history. View full record
  17. The Upper Arlington Historical Society seeks to enhance the quality of life in Upper Arlington by discovering, preserving, and celebrating the community's history. Founded in 1976 as a not-for-profit volunteer organization, the Society collects archival materials, shares historical information, conducts educational programs, sponsors commemorative activities, promotes historic preservation, and serves as a community resource. We discover and preserve UA history. We work with residents and organizations to collect artifacts, record histories, and document important events in the community so that they can be preserved in the Society's archives. We promote historic preservation and work to preserve the community's place on the National Register of Historic Places. Our members are also involved in informative and meaningful community activities. We promote and share UA history with residents, students, community groups and others through walking, trolley, and historic home tours; displays, special events, school programs, and other educational efforts. We honor and memorialize important people, places and events in the community's history through our annual Wall of Honor program and other commemorative activities. http://www.uaoh.net/...?structureid=92
  18. The Upper Arlington Historical Society seeks to enhance the quality of life in Upper Arlington by discovering, preserving, and celebrating the community's history. Founded in 1976 as a not-for-profit volunteer organization, the Society collects archival materials, shares historical information, conducts educational programs, sponsors commemorative activities, promotes historic preservation, and serves as a community resource. We discover and preserve UA history. We work with residents and organizations to collect artifacts, record histories, and document important events in the community so that they can be preserved in the Society's archives. We promote historic preservation and work to preserve the community's place on the National Register of Historic Places. Our members are also involved in informative and meaningful community activities. We promote and share UA history with residents, students, community groups and others through walking, trolley, and historic home tours; displays, special events, school programs, and other educational efforts. We honor and memorialize important people, places and events in the community's history through our annual Wall of Honor program and other commemorative activities. http://www.uaoh.net/...?structureid=92 View full record
  19. Founded in 1974, the Bexley Historical Society is a nonprofit organization that promotes interest and pride in the history of Bexley, Ohio, and the accomplishments of its citizens and institutions. It sees to educate the community by assembling, researching, publishing, preserving, and interpreting a valuable collection of memorabilia, photographs, genealogical records, and other information associated with Bexley's heritage. http://www.bexleyhistory.org/
  20. Founded in 1974, the Bexley Historical Society is a nonprofit organization that promotes interest and pride in the history of Bexley, Ohio, and the accomplishments of its citizens and institutions. It sees to educate the community by assembling, researching, publishing, preserving, and interpreting a valuable collection of memorabilia, photographs, genealogical records, and other information associated with Bexley's heritage. http://www.bexleyhistory.org/ View full record
  21. The Hilliard Ohio Historical Society and Museum was incorporated November 11, 1966. The society’s main objective was to create a historical village and museum which would preserve the early pioneer life of the community of Hilliard, Ohio and the northwest section of Franklin County. The society was given a lease of a part of Weaver Park on which to build a museum and establish a historical village. The Hilliard Ohio Historical Society is a non-profit, 501©(3) organization which relies heavily on private contributions to supplement public funds. Through the generosity of individuals, local area businesses, grants and fund raising the society is able to maintain the upkeep and restoration of the numerous exhibits and buildings in the historical village. http://www.hilliardo...calsociety.com/ Society History – The society’s main objective was to create a historical village and museum which would preserve the early pioneer life of the community of Hilliard, Ohio, and the northwest section of Franklin County.
  22. The Hilliard Ohio Historical Society and Museum was incorporated November 11, 1966. The society’s main objective was to create a historical village and museum which would preserve the early pioneer life of the community of Hilliard, Ohio and the northwest section of Franklin County. The society was given a lease of a part of Weaver Park on which to build a museum and establish a historical village. The Hilliard Ohio Historical Society is a non-profit, 501©(3) organization which relies heavily on private contributions to supplement public funds. Through the generosity of individuals, local area businesses, grants and fund raising the society is able to maintain the upkeep and restoration of the numerous exhibits and buildings in the historical village. http://www.hilliardo...calsociety.com/ Society History – The society’s main objective was to create a historical village and museum which would preserve the early pioneer life of the community of Hilliard, Ohio, and the northwest section of Franklin County. View full record
  23. The Hilltop Historical Society was founded in 1986 to promote the history of the Hilltop Area of Columbus, Ohio http://hilltopusa.tripod.com/ Thank you for visiting our web site. We encourage you to contact us if you would like more information or are interested in becoming a part of our organization.
  24. The Hilltop Historical Society was founded in 1986 to promote the history of the Hilltop Area of Columbus, Ohio http://hilltopusa.tripod.com/ Thank you for visiting our web site. We encourage you to contact us if you would like more information or are interested in becoming a part of our organization. View full record
  25. You are about to experience technology and history at its finest!! The Grandview Heights Marble Cliff Historical Society and the Grandview Heights Public Library have partnered to give you history to enjoy — at your fingertips! We are very proud of this project. It has taken many hours, and will take many more. It is our gift to all, to be able to scroll through time on your mobile device or computer. We hope you love it as much as we do. This Timeline will be ever expanding and changing, so be sure to visit often. The Timeline is also meant to be interactive. We always welcome new donations to our archives, and not only will they be safely entrusted to the Society, but will help us to build on this very valuable project. http://www.ghmchs.org/main.html
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