By-laws: Lebanon Historical Society
Officers and Board Members
Adopt A Civil War Veteran
Days Gone By
April Program to Link New Hampshire History and Current Events (4/05)
Author Recalls Untold Stories in Lebanon History on September 19 (8/05)
Downtown Historic Preservation – A Case Study (5/05)
Encore Screenings of ”Lebanon Roots” Announced (6/05)
First ”Lebanon Roots” Film Screening Brings Back the 1960s (4/05)
Lebanon Historical Society Program Investigates Forgotten Revolutionary War Incident
Lebanon Historical Society Program to Link New Hampshire History and Current Events
March Lebanon Historical Society Program Moved to Soldiers Memorial
Mrs. Alice Sanborn Honors as Oldest Living Citizen of Lebanon
Walk Back in Time to Lebanon’s Mill Parcel (4/05)
Progress on the Soldiers Memorial Building (12/05)
Lebanon Historical Society Remembers ”The Hook and Eye Man” (10/05)
Guide to Historic Landmarks
Walking Tour of Lebanon
Churchill House and Carriage House
Lebanon Baptist Church
Lebanon City Hall
Lebanon Public Library
Old Pine Tree Cemetery
Soldiers Memorial Building
The Cooper-Dwinell House
The First Congregational Church
The Kendrick-Wood Brick House
The Willis House
The Wood House
Obituaries, Births, and Marriage Notices
Vital Records: Births, Marriages, and Deaths
A Lebanon Timeline
Boston Post Cane and Governor Nahum Bachelder Cane
Can you identify?
Civil War Veterans Dedication Ceremony
Civil War Veterans Dedication Ceremony 2016
Patriot Flag Day
Bridge over Mascoma River at foot of Dam, East Lebanon.
Lebanon from the West.
View from Storrs Hill over the Mascoma Mill. About 1915.
The old Hildreth and Whipple stores after the blizzard of 1888. Note big snow drift. March 14, 1888
Mascoma River and Mechanic Street
Dam on Mascoma River, Lebanon. Looking north on Mascoma River,
Colburn Park, Lebanon. Townspeople listening to a speech from the Roger’s bandstand.
Colburn Park, Lebanon. An auction on the common, September 20, 1894.
Lebanon High School – Bank Street
Sacred Heart Church and Rectory, School St.
Main Street West Lebanon NH
Great Fire: May 10, 1887. Colburn Park the day after the fire with items saved before the fire reached them.
Great fire May 10, 1887
Court Street. This Brick House was built in 1824 by Calvin Benton.
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