Greenland Historical Society, Greenland, NH

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Greenland’s Tricentennial in 2021

Detail of Dean Katiniotis’s Design

Jim Rolston, Town Selectman & GHS member, chairs the Tricentennial Committee. Dean Katiniotis’s design is seen on the Town banners and T-shirts.

Town of Greenland. (Click for Menu>Our Community.)

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Hughes Family Collection

Bluebird Storage in Greenland provides a storage unit for the Hughes Papers. It has been a temporary work site for Mark Willis, historian, and Karen Mason to sort papers and memorabilia. Next phase: file merging. Last January Karen Hayden spent hours helping to sort and identify contents of the 54 boxes.

2020-2021 Programs

  • The GHS Board is engaging with area groups to the extent that our goals overlap and encourages everyone to become acquainted with these groups: Black Heritage Trail of NH, Tide Mill Institute, and Weeks Brick House.
  • In 2021 the Town of Greenland will celebrate 300 years as an independent, incorporated town. Activities are being planned in June, August, and September.
Collaborating with Weeks Brick House
& the Town
  • Weeks Brick House Annual Meeting was held this past September 2020 and GHS members attended.

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About Us

We’re an organization completely run on volunteer power and the generosity of donors and members. GHS is registered as a 501(c)3 nonprofit in the State of NH.

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Get In Touch

  • kjkmason@gmail.com

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P.O. Box 272
Greenland, NH 03840

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