About UsThe Chatham Historical Society
The Chatham Historical Societies Mission is to preserve East Hampton’s History. We are dedicated to promoting, and sharing knowledge about our community’s extraordinarily rich but not always evident history.
We invite all East Hampton residents to share their family history and personal stories with us. A Member of the Historical Society can come to a person’s residence or set up a meeting at our Museum, Public Library or Senior Center. If you’d like to be interviewed by The Chatham Historical Society or know someone that is willing, please contact us!
Programs and East Hampton Events
The Historical Society annually publishes a calendar offering a photographic journey through East Hampton History. Our Event Calendar features an annual Antique Appraisal Day, a biennial Historic House Tour, an annual Town-wide Tag Sale, programs for local elementary school children, Monthly Speakers and Guest Authors, History Walks around town, and an annual Fall Festival to name a few.
Our website intends to provide information to the public about upcoming East Hampton Events, programs and the changing content of exhibits on display in the Society’s 1840 one- room school house and newly opened museum.
Location and Hours
A private, nonprofit, organization The Chatham Historical Museum and School House are both located at 6 Bevin Blvd in the Town of East Hampton and are open to the public the first Sunday of each month from 2-4pm.
For special appointments please Contact Us
We hope you enjoy this website experience and we look forward to keeping you informed about great ways to connect to the history of the land beneath our feet. We welcome your comments and suggestions.
The Chatham Historical Society
Preserving Cobalt, Middle Haddam and East Hampton History since 1963
Welcome to the Official East Hampton Connecticut Historical Society. This Website 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, CT.