Goshen Historical Society 2017
Come Learn About
The History of Our Town!
Rebellion: Reclaiming the Revolution
1786-87 presents an uncomfortable
chapter in our history. How do we
account for an armed
by 4,000 men against the state in the cradle of the
in the Face of Mortality: A Sampling of Gravestone Art
Connecticut River Valley by
Al & Betsy McKee. Alfred
discuss various gravestone traditions, carvers and
found in the Connecticut River valley and in some eastern
More Willcutt Photos Revealed by Jessica Judd. Jessica
will present some Willcutt family photographs, many of which are town
scenes. Please come and help identify the buildings and places!
will also show some of the previously unidentified Willcutt photos
that were worked on by Bob Labrie, in hopes of shedding light on
these iconic early twentieth century
by Sarah Hodge-Wetherbe,
Annual Meeting and Elections.
state has its ghost stories, but no other state has the Dover Demon
the Salem Witch Trials. From sea-side ghosts to UFOs over the
Berkshires, Massachusetts has
a rich history of paranormal legend, odd
events, and strange
denizens. In this program, we'll have
a look at some
of the most famous of Massachusetts' paranormal
Our programs are free, open to the public and held in the
John James Memorial Town Hall,
Main St. (Rt. 9), Goshen, MA.
ages welcome! Doors open 20 minutes before each program.
Would you like to become a member of GHS? Your membership will help support the
activities of the Society!
Annual membership is $5 per person, and a lifetime membership is $30 per person.
For more information on programs, memberships, etc., contact:
Kristen Estelle, President
Goshen Historical Society
126 Berkshire Trail West, Goshen MA 01032-9600
President: Kristen Estelle
Treasurer: Jonathan Foulkes
Secretary: Nancy Wood
(Updated March 5th, 2017)