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Check out the newest edition of the Poultney Historical Society Newsletter!
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 the Poultney Historical Society at our Annual Meeting in the East Poultney Schoolhouse on Sunday, November 18th at 2:00pm! The event will feature…
We have recently added over 900 school reports of individual students that attended Central School, East Poultney School, Red School # 3, North Poultney School, The Lake School, and South Poultney School. These reports, spanning the years 1910-1936, include information such as the nationality of the student’s parents and their occupations, residence, teachers through the […]
That’s right folks; the grand prize winner of this year’s East Poultney Day raffle will receive an Amtrak gift certificate worth $200, which is comparable to a roundtrip ticket for 2 adults from Castleton, VT to Montreal, Canada! So come to East Poultney Day to learn about the history of transportation in Vermont, see our […]
Come to East Poultney Day on August 11th from 9am-3pm and see our new Model Train Exhibit up and running! The exhibit will feature a running model of the D&H Railroad as the train makes its way past a slate quarry, over the Poultney River, and straight through the center of Main Street.
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…
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.
To see the original article, click the thumbnail below: August 17th, 1928, The Poultney Journal