New Historic House Database

Girl Scout Sierra Dinndorf’s interest in history lead her to the Bedford Historical Society when she was researching a variety of projects to earn her Gold Award. After discussing options with BHS co-president Beverly Thomas, Sierra chose to create a database profiling many of the historic homes and buildings in Bedford. Check out the database here to see if your house is included. And if it’s not and you’d like to add it, just send us an email and we can make that happen. Thanks to Sierra for partnering with the BHS in making our history more accessible to all!

Click on this link: Historical Homes Database

The Bedford Historical Society Presents

The History of Railroad in Bedford by Randy Barnhart

Upcoming Events:

Annual Meeting

September 22, 2021

2021 Clothing Drive

October 1st thru October 29th

For more information about our events please visit our Upcoming Events tab or contact us directly at (603) 471-6336 or bhs@bedfordhistoricalnh.org

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Schoolhouse #7 and Kendall Shop Museum buildings are open most Wednesdays 10 am-Noon. Please stop by and visit our museum. If you would like to schedule a visit at another time, please contact us at (603) 471-6336 or info@bedfordhistoricalnh.org.

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