History Room in the
Town Office

Call Liz Kirby at 603-496-4883 or email:  info@wilmothistoricalsociety.org

Membership begins November 1
2019-2020 members
Membership Form

Book Club
Meets four times a year—March, June, September, and December. Call Marc Davis for more information at 526-6960.

Wilmot Town Hall Rehabilitation
The Wilmot Historical Society wholly supports the efforts of the Town to rehabilitate and improve the Wilmot Town Hall. Read more about the details on the Town website

Formerly a one-room schoolhouse in Wilmot Flat,
this building now houses the Town Office and History Room.

9 Kearsarge Valley Road, P.O. Box 97, Wilmot, NH

History of the Town of Wilmot, New Hampshire

       Everywhere we turn in Wilmot, we see glimpses of the past - of 200 years of building, foundations, mill races, agriculture, commerce, and stone walls that surrounded early pastures.  The mission of the Wilmot Historical Society encourages us to engage with and stay connected to the people and timeline of our history. We do this in many ways such as
     -  recording audio and video stories of long-time Wilmot residents;
     -  updating our website with videos, documents, histories, and photos;
     -  sponsoring presentations that explain and immerse us in our past;
     -  documening the evolving past of our community;
     -  collecting & displaying artifacts that open doors to the Town’s history.

Wilmot Historical Society Charter Members - 1977

Saturday, February 1, 2020
2 p.m.

WCA Red Barn in Wilmot

A History of the New Hampshire Presidential Primary

This program presents a brief history of the New Hampshire Presidential Primary, from its origins during the Progressive era of the early twentieth century, through its evolution to the most important step toward being elected President of the United States.  Led by John Gfroerer, who has produced several documentaries about New Hampshire's political history, including "The Premier Primary."

Light refreshments will be served starting at 1:30 p.m. Memberships for 2020 may be renewed at this time. 

This program, supported by NH Humanities To Go, will take place in the Wilmot Community Association Red Barn (next to the post office) 64 Village Road, Wilmot.

Wilmot One-room School House Reunion - November 6, 2016

Left to right, Front row: Judy Rayno(Cutler), Jean Amsden (Currier), Sue Keyser (Roberts), Pat Baker (Gross), Frank Baker, Barbara Coward (Stearns), Louise Andrus (Patten), Pat Rich (Glidden-French), Dolly Mailloux (Fowler). Second row: Pat Fleury (Evans), Kim Lucas (Keyser), Joyce Rand (Tilton), Posy Chandler (Aldrich) teacher, Barbara Sullivan (Aldrich), Helen Courtemarche (Peters), Henry Stevens, Nancy Clark (Stevens), Deb Perkins (Lamson), Nathan Walker, Jim Minard, Darlene Hoyt (Atwood). Back row: Eleanor Hazen, Marnie Eaton (Madden) teacher, Darlene Delano, Garry Rayno, Lee Stevens, Jim Rayno, Bam Fleury, Wade Walker, Mark Stevens, Charles Thompson, Bob Peters, Liz Kirby (Thompson).  There were a total of two teachers and 31 students present at the reunion at the Wilmot Community Association.

Established in 1976, the Wilmot Historical Society (WHS) works to collect and protect artifacts, documents, and photographs relating to the Town of Wilmot. Through its educational programs, the History Room, and special projects, the organization endeavors to bring the town’s recent and not-so-recent past to life and to inspire residents to enjoy and treasure Wilmot’s history.  The Wilmot Historical Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Charter Members - 1977