Welcome to New Market Historical Society
Newly Published --
Images of America series
NEWMARKETwith text by
photos from our collection
Images of America
by Christopher W. Hislop
photos: Historical Society
Meet the author
at our book signing --
Stone School Museum,
2 Granite Street, Zion's Hill
Saturday April 12th, 2014
1- 3 pm.
Book hits the bookstores March 17th.
For limited time the Historical Society is offering
low pre-release prices while supplies last.
$17 for members, $19 for non-members.
Upon release, books may be picked up at the Museum; or, if shipped -- an additional shipping & handling fee of $4 applies.
All proceeds from the sale of this book by the New Market Historical Society go toward the preservation of our collection.
To place an order, or for more information --
0r contact John Carmichael, 603-659-3289 or
OUR MARCH PROGRAM --
Monday March 24, 2014 7 p.m. Stone School Museum
Who’s Taking Care of Your Town’s History, presented by Maggie Stier
The New Hampshire Preservation Alliance will present a workshop on strategies and opportunities for preserving local history and community heritage. This program is designed to stimulate new ways of thinking about how we, as individuals, organizations, and municipalities, work together to preserve the things that tell the story of a community.
Maggie Stier, leader of the workshop, explains that she developed the program, “because there is a tremendous need to consider new ideas and creative ways of working to safeguard our heritage.” This workshop is designed for a broad range of participants including homeowners, historical society members, civic leaders, municipal officials, business people, and those interested in heritage tourism. The workshop will help attendees become more aware of current threats and opportunities, and provide new strategies for collecting, interpreting, maintaining and preserving historical artifacts.
Maggie Stier is the statewide field service representative for the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance, and works in partnership with the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The New Hampshire Preservation Alliance is the statewide membership organization dedicated to preserving historic buildings, communities and landscapes through education, resources and advocacy.
3 Granite St is now Closed til May 2014
For a special showing
or more information / email address:
call: (603) 292-3605
(603) 659 3866