This page contains recording of past online Winchester Historical Society Programs.  These videos are the ZOOM recordings taken during the event and are edited.

The Winchester Historical Society is proud to present Restoring our Beautiful Aberjona with Reed Pugh recorded on March 30, 2022.

The Winchester Historical Society in Partnership with Network for Social Justice is proud to present Frederick Douglass in Winchester recorded on Feb. 16, 2022

To watch the recording of the event:

Douglass - 2022-02 - email











The Winchester Historical Society is proud to present Lest We Forget with Dr. Jerry Blaine recorded on January 27, 2022.


The Winchester Historical Society in Partnership with The Friends of the Winchester Public Library is proud to present Abraham Lincoln: The Man Behind the Marble with Harvard Professor and Historian, Nancy Koehn.

The annual meeting of the members of the Winchester Historical Society, Massachusetts, was held, remotely, on November 17, 2021.

Dr. Ellen Knight and Lt. Col. Karol Budniak, Asst. Defense Air Attache at Polish Embassy share the story of Edwin Noble, a WWI veteran, whose commitment for fighting for freedom did not end with the Armistice but carried over to the Polish-Soviet War.


Sporting History of Winchester presented by Vincent Dixon on Sept. 24, 2020

Sporting History of Winchester

Graphic - Sport - 2020-09


The Amazing Story of Edward Brackett & Abolitionist John Brown with Dr. Ellen Knight on Feb. 25, 2020

The Amazing Story of Edward Brackett

Graphic - Brackett - Knight - 2020-02 - email

Recovering John Brown’s Bust with Laura McDonald and Dr. Ellen Knight on October 20, 2020

Click HERE to see the Recovering John Brown’s Bust

Graphic - Brown - 2020-10

Saving a Winchester Treasure with Nancy Schrock recorded on November 17, 2020

Click HERE to watch the recording

Graphic - Pressey - 2020-11










Women of Myopia Mansions:  Untold Stories, Facts & Fiction with Dr. Ellen Knight and Edward Hamlin

Women of Myopia Mansions recording

History of Women Myopia - 2021-03 Instagram v3

Organizations Supporting the Sanborn House and Winchester Historical Society Programs


Featured Publication

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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