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This Week in Poultney History

1926 – New Bridge to Replace Old Bridge over Poultney River

New Bridge July 16, 1926July 16, 1926, The Poultney Journal: A new bridge was proposed to replace old bridge on York Street entering New York. The old bridge would be demolished soon afterward and the state of New York would pay for half of the costs for this new bridge, which was estimated to cost around $12,000.See original news clipping.        

EAST POULTNEY DAY WEATHER UPDATE

Dear East Poultney Day Vendors & Performers/Speakers, Due to the local weather […]

East Poultney Day Weather Update

EAST POULTNEY DAY WEATHER UPDATE Dear East Poultney Day Vendors & Performers/Speakers, […]

EAST POULTNEY DAY: Less Than Two Weeks Away!

The Poultney Historical Society will hold the 81st annual East Poultney Day […]

Silent Friend Slate Project Installs Two Slate Stones!

On July 28th, a slate sentinel, honoring the workers and operators of […]