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Discover Historic Williamstown! Week 2

Posted by on May 4, 2020 in Talks | Comments Off on Discover Historic Williamstown! Week 2

Discover Historic Williamstown! Week 2

Discover Historic Williamstown by discovering one of nine historic site makers each week. This week we will try to find the Haystack Monument at Mission Park!

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Explore Historic Williamstown Week 1!

Posted by on May 3, 2020 in Talks | Comments Off on Explore Historic Williamstown Week 1!

Explore Historic Williamstown Week 1!

Explore Historic Williamstown – Week 1! Each week we will post information about a historic site marker in town. Can you find it? Click the “Read More” tab to learn about these sites.

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The Thirteen Galusha Farms: 1798-2020

Posted by on Feb 16, 2020 in Featured slider, Talks | Comments Off on The Thirteen Galusha Farms: 1798-2020

The Thirteen Galusha Farms: 1798-2020

View Dustin Griffin’s lecture, “The Thirteen Galusha Farms: 1798-2020” by clicking on the “read more” tab.

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Volunteer Voices Needed

Posted by on Jan 11, 2020 in Talks | Comments Off on Volunteer Voices Needed

Volunteer Voices Needed

Do you like to read aloud? Perhaps you could lend your voice to our recording project! The WHM is recording an audiobook version of Williamstown the First 250 Years and would love to add as many voices from the community as possible!

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The History of the Hopper by Dustin Griffin

Posted by on Sep 1, 2019 in Featured slider, Talks | Comments Off on The History of the Hopper by Dustin Griffin

The History of the Hopper by Dustin Griffin

To view a video of Dusty Griffin’s lecture on “The History of The Hopper,” presented on Saturday, September 14, click the “read more” tab.

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Parmalee Prentice: Mount Hope’s Polymath

Posted by on Jan 3, 2019 in Featured slider, Talks | Comments Off on Parmalee Prentice: Mount Hope’s Polymath

Parmalee Prentice:  Mount Hope’s Polymath

Click the Read More tab to view a video of Dustin Griffin’s illustrated lecture, “Parmalee Prentice: Mount Hope’s Polymath.”

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