Education Programs and Resources

The New Hampshire Historical Society provides a variety of engaging and enjoyable learning experiences for children and adults. Offerings include school programs and guided tours of exhibitions at the Society's historic building in Concord, artifact-based traveling programs available for presentation at your location, history courses, lectures, and workshops.

In October 2019 the Society launched a major new educational resource called Moose on the Loose, a social studies curriculum for Granite State kids, educators, parents, and everyone who enjoys learning about New Hampshire.

Education Sponsors

The New Hampshire Historical Society's education programs are made possible by our members and:

Concord Pediatric Dentistry, PA
John L. Frisbee Education Fund of the New Hampshire Historical Society
Merrimack County Savings Bank Foundation

Supporters of the Society's major new education initiative The Democracy Project: Renewing History and Civics in New Hampshire Schools

Lead Sponsors
Joel & Cathy Bedor
     In memory of Attorney Alexander J. & Loretta S. Corey
Jack and Dorthy Byrne Foundation
Jane's Trust
SilverTech, Inc.

Project Sponsors
Norwin S. & Elizabeth N. Bean Foundation
Cogswell Benevolent Trust
Concord Group Insurance Companies
Eppes-Jefferson Foundation
Samuel P. Hunt Foundation
McIninch Foundation
Monadnock Paper Mills, Inc.
New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
Northeast Delta Dental
Putnam Foundation
Gilbert Verney Foundation
Madelaine G. von Weber Trust

Project Donors
Janet P. Anderson
Maud V. Ayson
Cotton M. Cleveland and John B. Garvey
Charles G. Douglas III & Debra M. Douglas
Terry M. & Craig E. Knowles
Patricia S. Meyers
New Hampshire Council for the Social Studies
New Hampshire State Organization Daughters of the American Revolution
New Hampshire Humanities
Savings Bank of Walpole
Robert C. & Janet A. Simmonds

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