Greenland Historical Society, Greenland, NH

Preserve. Educate. Be active.

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.

Projects, Maps

Hughes Family Collection

Bluebird Storage has provided a storage unit free of charge as a temporary work site for the Hughes Family Collection. Mark Willis and Karen Mason are nearly finished with preliminary sorting of papers and memorabilia. Karen Hayden contributed hours to this as well.

September Prospects

  • Calling Volunteers! Cemetery Trustees have started a project to clean gravestones at Prospect Hill and Hillside cemeteries. Contact Donna Waldron for details.
  • GHS members plan to join the virtual annual meeting of the Weeks Brick House Foundation in September 2020. Details to follow.
Collaborating with Weeks Brick House Foundation & the Town

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Paul Simon

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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

  • mail@example.com
  • (555) 555 1234

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1 Example Street
Anytown, 10100

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