Bring & Bid: Thank you! A big thank you to everyone who made this year's fall fundraiser,
the Bring & Bid Dinner Auction, such a success!

Over $14,000 was raised thanks to the generosity
of our guests, volunteers, donors, directors, members, and staff! learn more
Special Lecture: Fashion! Join us for a fascinating talk about fashion in the early 19th century with guest speaker, Pamela Grimaud!
All proceeds from the event will benefit the documentary-in-progress Saving the Founder’s Home
by Townships filmmaker Louise Abbott about the preservation of the Paul Holland Knowlton House.

Donation $5; 1:00PM, Saturday, November 22 2014 at 130 Lakeside, Knowlton learn more
It's here... PHK House The 1815 log cabin known as the Paul Holland Knowlton house
has arrived at its new home on the BCHS grounds!

Learn more about the house, its story, and how you can donate
to the restoration project!
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Thanks for a great Museum
Our 2014 Season has drawn to a close, but check back frequently!
We've got exciting plans for special events and activities for winter 2015...
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Explore the Archives Discover amazing resources for researching
your family and community histories.
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about the BCHS

The Brome County Historical Society, which was incorporated on March 9, 1898, works diligently to preserve the past for future generations.

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about the Museum

Housed in several heritage buildings, the museum traces the history of the inhabitants of the region over the centuries.

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about the Archives

The BCHS maintains a large collection of archived material. We have a variety of tools to help you research your Brome County roots!

Brome County’s “Hidden Treasure”

The Brome County Historical Society is indeed fortunate to have in its possession a Fokker D VII which is believed to be one of three planes of that type in the world with its original fabric. One of the most frequently asked questions by visitors to the museum is “How did you get it?” You can find out the answer and learn more about this historic treasure in the Martin Annex of the BCHS Museum.

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