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 headquarters building in Concord, artifact-based traveling programs available for presentation at your location, history courses, lectures, and workshops.
For educators the Society offers New Hampshire history curricula to facilitate the teaching of history through primary sources and provides access to collections through the New Hampshire History Network. Both an educational and research tool, the New Hampshire History Network is an integrated catalog providing online access to a selection of archival, library, and museum materials from organizations across New Hampshire. Item level catalog records with digital images facilitate the discovery of New Hampshire's cultural heritage.
Funding for the New Hampshire History Network educational resources is provided in part by:
Barbara A. & Larry H. Pitsch
Lincoln Financial Foundation
The New Hampshire Historical Society's education programs are made possible by our members and:
Cogswell Benevolent Trust
Ann De Nichola Trust, Citizens Bank, N.A., Trustee
John L. Frisbee Education Fund of the New Hampshire Historical Society
Meredith Village Savings Bank Fund
Merrimack County Savings Bank Foundation
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