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Post date: June 15, 2014

What a record breaking day! On June 14, during the Train Station Centennial Celebration, the Chatham Historical Society hosted the Guinness World Record attempt to blow the most wooden train whistles simultaneously. Over 1,000 people participated. Check back soon to view the official results!!

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Post date: June 23, 2014

On June 3, the students of ECLC in Chatham were an enthusiastic audience for a presentation at the school by the Chatham Historical Society.

Post date: June 22, 2014

The Chatham Historical Society hosted the third annual Chatham 4th grade Fair Mount Cemetery Field Trip in late May. 

Post date: June 22, 2014

The Chatham Train Station Centennial Celebration is June 14th during the Fishawack Festival and you are invited!! 

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April 2, 2017

This illustrated lecture by Janet W. Foster will focus on domestic architecture in the era of Queen Victoria. 

It will also explain why calling a building “Victorian” doesn’t help describe what it looks like, or even when it was built. The many architectural expressions of the period from about 1840 to 1900 will be touched upon, including the style called Queen Anne. Local examples will be used occasionally, but be prepared for an exciting, fast-paced survey of buildings from across the United States.