This newsletter features articles about Henry Ford and the Spofford Sawmill, Antiques Appraisal Day, the Re-Usable Bag program at Crosby's Market, another Red Sox Ticket Raffle, and more!
This newsletter features articles about The Name Tree, and other important trees in Georgetown. In addition, there is a report on the Annual Meeting, the resignation of Ed Des Jardins from the Georgetown Historical Society, and a tribute to the late Rick Palardy.
This newsletter features articles about The Hickory Tree Wild Animal Farm, a report on Trails and Sails 2016, information about the GHS Haunted Cemetery tours- and more!
This newsletter features articles about The Mighill Manor / Baldpate Inn, Trails & Sails, feedback from the 3rd graders who visited the museum in June - and more!
This newsletter features articles about Georgetown's Trolley, our Antiques Appraisal Night with Dan Meader, the Red Sox Ticket Raffle and more!
This newsletter features articles about Georgetown's Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) and the mysterious count, the Women's Relief Corps #4, an auxilliarry to the G.A.R., plus highlights from the annual GHS Meeting and more!
This newsletter features articles about Friendship Quilts, Endangered Georgetown, the upcoming Cemetary tours, and more!
This newsletter features articles about the Penn Brook School tour, the Antiques Treasure Hunt Fundraiser, this year's Homer Tapin Scholarship recipient, Georgetown's summer camps, and more!
This newsletter features articles about Georgetown in the 1900's including Jewel the Elephant and The Welfare Garden. This issue also includes a Curator's Corner, an announcement that GHS is raffling off an iPad Air 2, and much more.
This newsletter features articles about the celebration of George Peabody's 220th birthday, "Endangered Georgetown," the Union Cemetery Documentation project, a summary of our Annual Meeting, and much more!
This newsletter features stories on some of the early businesses of Georgetown, including the manufacturers of the alcoholic "medicine" called Bitters, Paul "Peg" Pillsbury, who helped revolutionize the shoe industry, the arrival of the railroads in Georgetown, and much more.
The summer newsletter features a look at the new exhibit, "Early Businesses of Georgetown", a celebration of the "2014 Massachusetts Historical Commission Local Preservationist Award" for Board member Ed Des Jardins, pictures of the Penn Brook School
tour, a tribute to our departed Board Member Terry Hart, a peek at the restored tavern sign hanging, and more!
The spring newsletter features "Endangered Georgetown," an update on the restoration of the museum's reproduction of the tavern sign, "Revolutionary Tidbits," the GFD honors three firefighters who died as a result of the "Christmas Day Fire" of 1885,
The winter newsletter features highlights from the annual meeting, historical details and vintage photographs of Old Nancy (plus an overview of Ed Des Jardins' donation of drawings to the Town). Also featured is the new display at the firehouse of vintage
objects pertaining to the history of the Georgetown Fire Department, information about Georgetown's Ice Industry, and more!
This spooky Halloween-themed newsletter highlights some old-fashioned customs that took place in Georgetown including early funeral customs, death masks, a strange Victorian custom of photographing the dead, the true tale of Georgetown's Haunted Meal
Chest, gravestone carvings, our annual cemetery tours and more!
Articles include the Heresy Trial of Charles Beecher 150 years ago, and Beecher family tragedies; the growth of Rowley West Parish and the Incorporation of the Town of Georgetown; Historic Elm Street home, and a tribute to our curator, Stephen W. Keene,
who passed away on July 14.
Articles include: Georgetown's Civil War Monument and Letters Home; Iron Horses of the Civil War; Spotlight on Dan Meader; Researching Historic Homes, and Museum Spring 2013 Opening.
Articles include: Endangered Georgetown; Georgetown's Radical Abolitionists; Diary excerpts on Lincoln and the 13th Amendment; Dr. Skeirik's Legacy; Deep Georgetown roots of new GHS Board Member.
Articles include Union Cemetery gravestone restoration, The Civil War and the Brocklebank House, and Trails & Sails weekend
Articles Include: Recent acquisition of a historic painting of 95 Central Street; Being a Tour Guide; Opportunity to see and ring Paul Revere Bell.
Articles Include: Georgetown's Paul Revere bell, the history of the Adams-Kimball barn on Central Street, the Boston Post Cane, and other articles relating to the activities and research being done by the Society.
Articles Include: A New Civil War Exhibit, GHS Board Member deploys to Afghanistan, GHS Summer Intern Activity, Trails and Sails Weekends, Cemetery Tours, and much more!
Articles include: A Tribute to Homer Tapin, Hickory Tree Wild Animal Farm, "What's in a Name?"
Articles include: Veterans Day Newsletter honoring Georgetown's past residents who proudly served their country; GHS acquires a new "Rush Light" collection; Digital Archive program.
Articles include: Vanishing local history - buildings being lost due to progress or neglect. Third Graders from Penn Brook Elementary visit the Brocklebank Museum.
Articles include: Brocklebank Museum gets a new walking path thanks to the Eagle Scouts; Georgetown's renowned major league baseball player, George Tenney; Sinners!; A toppled tree unearths a mysterious gravestone.
Articles include: Brocklebank Museum gets a new roof; Thank you to Joe and Beverly Knapp - retiring from GHS; Old Civil War Diary excerpt; Union Cemetery Documents Discovered; History of the Baker Chocolate Company; Annual Business Meeting; 2010 Officers
and Board Members Voted In.
Articles include: Summary of summer events - Old Fashioned Baseball, Georgetown Days, Scavenger Hunt, Ice Cream Social, Burial Ground Tours, Cataloging the items at the Museum; Curators Corner - Restored Photographs; Too Many Tears - Throat distemper
epidemic of 1735-37 claims 48 children; Upcoming events.
Articles include: Harry Murch Park reopens in time for Memorial Day; Original diaries and documents found pertaining to Col. Joseph Kimball, local Colonel in the state militia; 140 3rd Graders from Penn Brook visit Brocklebank; Cuffe Dole back in the
news - earliest known document mention an African American sold in New York; What's it?; Upcoming events and museum hours.
Articles include: 2009 plan; new fence and reproduction of "White Horse Tavern" sign for the Brocklebank museum; Homer Tapin presents on "Old Georgetown School Days; Civil War Rifles on display at the Peabody Library; Upcoming events and museum hours.