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Concord Historical Society
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A Message from Our ChairmanThank You To Our Business MembersUpcoming EventsPrevious Events
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Word count: 484 words, Reading time: 1.9 minutes"Skip to content A Timeline ofConcord History HomeMission Mission Board of TrusteesResources Concord Historical Society Video Archive Christa McAuliffe Video Archive How to Research Your House Archived ArticlesJoinStoreLinksDonateContact Us A Message from Our ChairmanThank you for visiting our website. We look forward to hearing from you as we seek to provide Concord historical resources and social networking. In addition to periodic new articles posted on our website, the historical society also can assist in the research of Concord history. Also we have published Crosscurrents of Change: Concord, N.H. in the 20th Century, a wonderful and delightful resource where one can begin to appreciate what makes Concord tick!You can also join, donate or purchase a gift membership toward the society. Additionally, you can learn interesting facts from our news blog, or contact the Society’s leadership with questions about the history of Concord, NH and its surrounding communities.Best Wishes,James W. Milliken, PresidentConcord Historical SocietyThank You To Our Business Members Banks Chevrolet Cadillac Buick GMC137 Manchester StreetConcord, NH Grappone Automotive GroupRoute 3ABow, NH Concord Dance Academy26 Commercial StreetConcord, NH Accompany Video Production44 South Main StreetConcord, NH Upcoming EventsGrowing Up In Concord, Playing With BB KingCharlie Sawyer grew up on a farm in Concord, attended the Scully School and graduated from Concord High. When he left Concord he became good friends with Blues legend, BB King. He will share some stories about growing up, like the time he killed a cat and time he met Estes Kefauver. He will also share some of his many memories about BB King, as well as talk about the photos of BB that are on display at Kimball Jenkins.Thursday February 9 7pmKimball Jenkins Carriage House266 North Main St.Concord, NHPrevious EventsThursday, January 12, 2023Black IceA History of Hockey in ConcordJim Hayes, director of NH Legends of Hockey will moderate a panel of Concord hockey legends who will talk about the role Concord has played in the development of hockey, its history here in Concord, its impact on the city. Watch the Program June 9, 2022Water, Water, Water!A History of the Concord Water DepartmentPresented by the Concord Historical SocietyClick Here to See the PresentationMay 12, 2022The Story of Will CressyPresented by Byron ChamplinClick Here to See the PresentationApril 14, 2022A History of the Concord Fire Department...Presented by Fire Lieutenant Christopher S. Johnson, Concord FD.Click Here to See the PresentationMarch 10, 2022Movies in ConcordA colorful and interesting look back at the role movie theaters have played in the history of Concord.Click Here to See the Presentation Latest News Connect with us on Facebook!Connect! I’m from Concord, NH & remember when…Check out our YouTube Channel! New video clip of Concord Trolley history… Archives February 2022 April 2021 March 2021 February 2021 January 2019 November 2018 October 2018 May 2018 March 2018 February 2018 January 2018 February 2015 June 2013 May 2013 April 2013 Copyright © 2023 Concord Historical Society.266 N. Main St., PO Box 1027, Concord, NH 03302-1027Website by Rock Solid Results HomeMission Mission Board of TrusteesResources Concord Historical Society Video Archive Christa McAuliffe Video Archive How to Research Your House Archived ArticlesJoinStoreLinksDonateContact Us A Timeline ofConcord History"
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