History of Winchester Seen through the Eyes of Rotary

Winchester Historical Society Annual Meeting and Program Jack Kean, Rotary Historian presents The History of Winchester Seen through the Eyes of Rotary Tuesday, May 21st 7:00 p.m. refreshments, 7:30 p.m. program Sanborn House, 15 High Street Club artifacts, photographs of the Rotary Barn, bulletins, and other pictorial material will be on display. Free and open […]

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Middlesex Turnpike

The Winchester Historical Society invites you to  THE MIDDLESEX TURNPIKE: Partner or Competitor to the Canal? A talk by Tom Raphael Wednesday, November 14th at the Sanborn House Refreshments at 7 p.m. Program begins at 7:30 p.m. Many of us learned in history class about the wooden plank road built in 1785 through the Cumberland […]

Digging Up Winchester’s Past: Native Americans along the Mystic

Digging up Winchester’s Past: Native Americans along the Mystic Peter Wild and Ellen Knight Thursday, October 4 7:30 p.m. Jenks Senior Center Learn about the history of Squaw Sachem and Native Americans in Winchester through documents and artifacts. Historian Ellen Knight will speak on the co-existence of the Native American and colonial English cultures in […]

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Wright-Locke Farm: A History in Pictures
by Ellen Knight

Look into the history of the Wright-Locke farm in a new 16-page booklet titled Wright-Locke Farm: A History in Pictures. Read More.

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