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WHM’s Spring 2022 Newsletter

Posted by on May 1, 2022 in Talks | Comments Off on WHM’s Spring 2022 Newsletter

WHM’s Spring 2022 Newsletter

Please enjoy the latest edition of WHM’s newsletter! Within it you will find: Several articles presenting different historic aspects of the Five Corners area in South Williamstown. A notes honoring our ancestors on Mothers’ Day, Fathers’ Day, and Memorial Day Information about upcoming events, including our 2022 Hay Day Fair, set for Sunday, August 28… and more!  

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“History: A Conversation” Saturday, April 9, 2022

Posted by on Mar 28, 2022 in Featured slider, Talks, Video | Comments Off on “History: A Conversation” Saturday, April 9, 2022

“History: A Conversation” Saturday, April 9, 2022

Watch this presentation on WilliNet.   WILLIAMSTOWN, MA (March 28, 2022) – Join us for a free panel discussion “History: A Conversation on Stories Told, Untold, and Retold” on Saturday, April 9 from 11 am in the Community Room at the Milne Public Library. The public is invited. The three participating panelists and moderator are long-time area educator/scholars who will discuss both their particular projects as well as the broader question of why understanding history is valuable and how and why such stories are told, untold, and retold. Participating panelists are: Frances...

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The History of the Williamstown Grange and the Grange Hall

Posted by on Mar 24, 2022 in Featured slider, Talks | Comments Off on The History of the Williamstown Grange and the Grange Hall

The History of the Williamstown Grange and the Grange Hall

Saturday, March 26th at 11 am in the Community Room, Milne Public Library, 1095 Main Street, Williamstown, MA Thanks to WilliNet Community Television for taping this program. Click the link below to watch.     Please join us for a free lecture and panel discussion on the History of the Williamstown Grange and Grange Hall on Saturday, March 26 at 11 am in the Community Room at the Milne Public Library. Alex Carlisle, who owns the Grange Hall on Water Street with his wife, Beth Carlisle, will talk about the early history of the Grange and of the Grange building and property since...

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Barbara Winslow Talk on Shirley Chisholm

Posted by on Feb 7, 2022 in Featured slider, Talks | Comments Off on Barbara Winslow Talk on Shirley Chisholm

Barbara Winslow Talk on Shirley Chisholm

The Williamstown Historical Museum will be hosting professor and historian Dr. Barbara Winslow to speak about Shirley Chisholm on Saturday, February 26th, at 11AM. Dr. Winslow is the author of a book about Chisholm, Shirley Chisholm: Catalyst for change. The lecture will be over zoom; the link to access the lecture is below. Topic: Barbara Winslow lecture on Shirley Chisholm Time: Feb 26, 2022 11:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada) https://us06web.zoom.us/j/84190583888?pwd=Y1hGR05GWFd1c3NhUTYxMkFIRWxEZz09 Meeting ID: 841 9058 3888 Passcode: 351325...

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WHM’s Fall 2021 Newsletter

Posted by on Nov 22, 2021 in Talks | Comments Off on WHM’s Fall 2021 Newsletter

WHM’s Fall 2021 Newsletter

Please enjoy the latest edition of WHM’s newsletter! Within it you will find: A preview of one of the displays in our upcoming temporary exhibit, “Children and Schools in Williamstown Through the Years” Recaps of this year’s successful Hay Day Fair, and of an event celebrating our prior temporary exhibit on baseball Information about upcoming events, including a tour of the original Clark building by former Associate Director of the Clark Jock Brooks (registration required!), and our history book group … and more!

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A message from the Board of Directors

Posted by on Sep 15, 2021 in Featured slider, Talks | Comments Off on A message from the Board of Directors

We regret that the Museum’s August 28 lecture, “Native Americans in Williamstown” was cancelled.   We believe Dustin Griffin’s lecture, as written and as always, is well documented, respectful, and culturally sensitive, and deserves to be heard or read.  For this reason we are attaching here a link to the lecture (except for the slides). We welcome and encourage people of diverse backgrounds to approach the Museum about presenting future lectures. Board of Directors Williamstown Historical Museum

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