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Monday March 16, 7 PM at West Lebanon's Kilton Library, the Lebanon Historical Society will host author Ken Cushing (president of the Grafton Historical Society) who will give an illustrated talk on our local NORTHERN RAILROAD which ran from Concord to White River Junction -- its history -- the early years -- locomotives -- stations -- trains -- natural disasters -- wrecks -- decline -- the Bristol Branch -- and the Franklin & Tilton Railroad.


Visit our new Facebook page! https://www.facebook.com/LebanonNHHistoricalSociety

Tune in to CATV/8 to watch our new show, "Lebanon Historical Society presents."  The program will offer information about people, places, and events from Lebanon's history.  Go to the Calendar of Events page for a link to the videos


Welcome to The Lebanon Historical Society

The Lebanon Historical Society - a non-profit organization - has been active since 1958 in collecting historical information pertinent to Lebanon's past and present.

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The society welcomes all interested persons to attend meetings, which are held on the third Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Marion J. Carter Homestead on Colburn Park.