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About the MTHS

We are fortunate to live, work and raise our children in an area so rich in history. Charming historic homes, barns, and springhouses still dot our lush fields, woodlands and open spaces. How wonderful for our children to see, first hand, the exquisite craftsmanship of days gone by: hand-hewn beams and pegged, random-width floors; fieldstone fireplaces and forged hardware; hand-carved woodwork and shutters that actually close! What a way to learn about the past-the time when we became a country.

Please Join Us in Preserving Yesterday for Tomorrow

There is much more to accomplish, and M.T.H.S. has big plans for the future!
In addition to preservation activities, society projects & volunteer opportunities include:

  • Quarterly newsletter

  • Monthly educational programs (September--May)

  • Historic registry

  • Social functions

  • Research and genealogy

  • Archives and oral histories

  • Historic tours and festivals

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