Greenland Historical Society, Greenland, NH
Preserve. Educate. Be active.
Greenland’s Tricentennial in 2021
Jim Rolston, Town Selectman & longtime GHS member, chairs the Tricentennial Committee. Dean Katiniotis’s design is seen on the Town banners and T-shirts.
In 2021 GHS members and friends will provide support and leadership for the planned activities to celebrate Greenland’s 300 years as an independent, incorporated town in the Seacoast.
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.
- Saturday 6 February 2021. 1:00 pm via Zoom. “Wit & Wisdom: Humor in 19th Century New England”
Jo Radner, presenter.
NH Humanities To Go.
Zoom invite sent Wednesday, Feb 3.
- 18 September. 10:00-17:00. Greenland Pride Day. Trolley Tours from Town to Weeks Brick House and back. Self-guided tours of Town sites and more to come. Information on Town Facebook page and Website.
“A Little Neglect May Breed Great Mischief”
For want of a nail, the shoe was lost. For want of a shoe, the horse was lost. For want of a horse, the rider was lost. For want of a rider, the battle was lost. For want of a battle, the kingdom was lost, And all for the want of a horseshoe nail.
Benjamin Franklin included a version of this proverb in Poor Richard’s Almanack in 1758.
We at the GHS are mindful of the importance of seemingly trivial things in the grand scheme of things and strive to do our best.