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Little Steppers — 1963
Little Steppers — 1963

Little Steppers Drum & Bugle Corps marching in Plymouth's Bicentennial Parade

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Royal Eagles — 1967
Royal Eagles — 1967

1967 NH Champion of Drill Corps

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1st Pemigewasset House hotel
1st Pemigewasset House hotel

This was originally Webster's Tavern, but was sold to Denison Burnham in 1843 and later expanded. It burned down in 1862.

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Little Steppers — 1963
Little Steppers — 1963

Little Steppers Drum & Bugle Corps marching in Plymouth's Bicentennial Parade

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UPCOMING EVENT

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UPCOMING  EVENTS

Typically, all presentations are at the Plymouth Historical Museum in the Old Webster Courthouse and are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted. The bulk of programming for the 2022 season will continue to be held remotely via Zoom as we weather what is hopefully the end of the pandemic.

 

SAT | SEPTEMBER 10 | 9:00 AM TO 2:00 PM

 

TOWN WIDE YARD SALE

Plymouth Historical Society will participate in Plymouth's annual Town Wide Yard Sale on September 10th. Please drop by the Old Webster Courthouse to see what treasures you may find and to support our organization. We also welcome your donations and your time as a volunteer.

 

See the flier to the right for more information on how to get involved.

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CURRENT EXHIBIT   2022 Season

Made in Plymouth, NH - Yesterday to Today

Many people think of Plymouth as a sleepy college town, but at points in its past it was a hive of industry, manufacturing goods that were shipped across the country and around the world.

The Plymouth Historical Society's newest exhibit features over a dozen industries -- large and small -- from Plymouth's founding to today. While some goods were common items that were made in most towns, others were quite unique and surprising. Come and discover the history hidden in you own backyard! The exhibit displays include brief narratives, interesting photos and actual artifacts when possible.

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