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This Week in Poultney History

1919 – Victory Loans in Poultney

April 21st, 1919, The Poultney Journal: On April 21st, 1919, A US Military tank corps of 12 units drove through town to gather Victory Loans from Poultney residents. It was a means to pay for the great costs of WWI, which had ended in November of the previous year. See original news clipping.  

Become a Vendor at East Poultney Day 2018

Become a vendor today! Always held on the second Saturday in August, this year’s event is transportation-themed and will feature…

Visit our store

Check out the Poultney Historical Society online store to…

D&H Model Train Arrives at Poultney Historical Society

The late Milt McWithey, a Poultney native and model train enthusiast, built a model of the D&H Bridge line covering Castleton and Poultney VT to…

“Poultney: Our Community in Words and Images”

In the Feick Art Center at Green Mountain College, the exhibition features photographs by the GMC students along with historic photographs of Poultney and an intriguing and curious selection of agricultural, domestic and industrial objects on loan from the Poultney Historical Society.