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This Week in Poultney History

1918 – Coal Shortage and Poultney’s Change of Schedule

 January 4th, 1918, The Poultney Journal: At the start of the new year, the United States government requested "the conservation of all power, labor and expense... owing to a shortage of coal in the Connecticut River Valley.” Click here to find out how this affected Poultney.

Annual Meeting on September 22 – All are welcome!

At 2pm, the event will feature a presentation by local historian Ennis Duling. His talk, “Picturing Mountain Independence,” will explore…

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 […]