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1st Pemigewasset House hotel
This was originally Webster's Tavern, but was sold to Denison Burnham in 1843 and later expanded. It burned down in 1862.
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All presentations are at the Plymouth Historical Museum in the Old Webster Courthouse and are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.
Seating is limited | Refreshments will usually be served
PLEASE NOTE—There will be ongoing renovations at the courthouse which may impact open hours and exhibit viewing.
WED | NOV 13 | 7:00–8:00
"Strong & Brave Fellows"
New Hampshire's Black Soldiers and Sailors
in the American Revolution, 1775–1784
presented by Glenn A. Knoblock
SAT | DEC 7 | 9:00–Noon
4th Annual Wreath Making Workshop
At the home of Dick & Kathie Flanders
320 Fairgrounds Road, Plymouth
$5 each (Metal frame and fresh balsam boughs)
BYOD* Bring your own decorations
Space is limited — RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED 455-2013
Dress warm, we will be working in out buildings —
warm drinks provided. Proceeds benefit the programs of the PHS.
Additional donations welcome.
Other presentations are in the works,
so please check back for updated information.
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CURRENT EXHIBIT THROUGH MAY 2020
LOST PLYMOUTH—LANDMARKS LOST TO TIME
PART I—East Main Street through December
PART II—West Main Street January through May
UPCOMING EXHIBIT JUNE 2020 –MAY 2021 PLYMOUTH’S PART IN THE FIGHT FOR WOMAN’S SUFFRAGE
While Plymouth was never on the front lines—or in the headlines—of the movement it did have some surprising connections. This exhibit coincides with the centennial of women getting the right to vote and will also include some of the notable women and women’s groups in Plymouth's history.