The Chatham Historical Society
Preserving East Hampton History Since 1963
So Much of Our Future Lies in Preserving Our Past
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Preserving East Hampton History
Not for Profit Organization
Established in 1963, The Chatham Historical Society is a private, not-for-profit organization with the purpose of preserving East Hampton’s History. We believe that preserving historic places and events provides an essential link to our past, furthermore reminding us of who we are and where we came from.
The Chatham Historical Society Museum and School House both located at 6 Bevin Blvd in the Town of East Hampton, Connecticut are open to the public the first Sunday of each month from 2-4pm
Admission is always free. Donations are appreciated.
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Cabin Fever History Series The East Hampton Public Library and The Chatham Historical Society will be co-sponsoring a “Cabin Fever History Series” featuring local CT Author's discussing history during the months of January, February, and March 2019. The programs will...read more
East Hampton, Connecticut State ParkConnecticut State ParkHurd Park is a public recreation area lying adjacent to George Dudley Seymour State Park on the east bank of the Connecticut River in the town of East Hampton, Connecticut. In addition to offering hiking,...read more
Sears Park, Pavilion and Performing Arts GazeboEast Hampton CTSears Park is the Town of East Hampton's only municipal park and allows access to East Hampton Residents. Situated on Lake Pocotopaug the park was donated to the Town in 1910 by the Sears family. Between...read more
Welcome to the Official East Hampton, CT Historical Society Website. This site intends to provide information to the public about the Chatham Historical Society’s upcoming Calendar Events and Programs with the purpose of bringing together people interested in the History of Cobalt, Middle Haddam, and East Hampton, Connecticut.
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