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1939 – Carnival comes to Poultney

Carnival in Poultney July 17 1939 (P Herald)July 17th, 1939, The Poultney Herald: The King Reid Attractions Carnival came to Poultney in the summer of 1939 for one week - an ad in the local paper described the carnival as having "rides of every description, numerous shows and the like, and everything that goes to make up a real honest-to-goodness Carnival." To see the original article, click here!      

New July 20th deadline for East Poultney Day vendor contracts!

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2018 Spring Newsletter

Take a look at our new 2018 Spring Newsletter to read about what’s happening this year at Poultney Historical Society and…

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D&H Model Train Arrives at Poultney Historical Society

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