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An introduction to the society brochure.
Events Schedule
250th Celebrations!!!
Items for Sale
Site Markers
Digital Library
Capital Improvement
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Come join us in making Campton's 250th celebration extra special!!!

Peppersass is coming to Campton Septmeber 30th! To help celebrate, The Cog is offering Campton residents $15 off for the 2017 season. You MUST call first, show proof of Campton residency and it is not valid Labor Day weekend.
Thanks to one of Campton's most famous natives - Sylvester Marsh.  Learn more about him: Link 1  Link 2

The Campton Historical Society is open to membership for all those with an interest in our town's heritage. Our mission is to preserve this heritage through the acquisition and care of artifacts, documents, and other information of historic value; and to make these resources available to others researching our heritage. We also will recognize and protect significant historical structures and sites. Another part of our mission is to serve as an educational resource through public presentations and lectures, printed information, exhibits, and special events.

These businesses are supporters of Campton Historical Society. Please thank and support them, and click their logo for a direct link to their web site.

Campton Corner Convenience Mart
The Little Red Schoolhouse
Donahue Electric
 (603) 536-7651
Campton
Robert Oaks Horseshoeing
   

These businesses are supporters of Campton Historical Society, incorporated in 1991, and registered as a 401 (c) 3 organization.


We are members of the Waterville Valley Region Chamber of Commerce