This Week in Poultney History

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!      

It’s time for East Poultney Day vendors!

There is still time to become an East Poultney Day Vendor! Submit an online vendor form or contact…

PHS Newsletter – Winter 2019

Check out the newest edition of the Poultney Historical Society Newsletter!

Purchase the new 2019 “Poultney Remembers” Calendar

The Poultney Historical Society’s new “Poultney Remembers” 2019 Calendar is now available for purchase – Click here to view our new “Poultney Remembers” 2019 Calendar. The calendar is made up of pictures from the Poultney Historical Society Collections and features photographs of East Poultney, Poultney, historic buildings, and beautiful scenery of the surrounding area. Take a […]

Join us November 18 for “19th Century School Slates” presentation!

Join the Poultney Historical Society at our Annual Meeting in the East Poultney Schoolhouse on Sunday, November 18th at 2:00pm! The event will feature…