July 11, 2019, 7:00 PM, NH Humanities sponsored speaker, George Morrison: “Robert Rogers of the Rangers"
October 10, 2019, 7:00 PM, NH Humanities sponsored speaker, Margo Burns: "The Capital Crime of Witchcraft: What the Primary Sources Tell Us"
Springfield Historical Society, Formed in 1984 - Our Mission Statement
The mission shall be to bring together people interested in history, and
especially the history of Springfield, New Hampshire. Understanding the
history of our town is basic to our way of life. It gives us a better understanding
of our town and promotes a better appreciation of it.The society's major
function shall be to collect material which may help to establish or illustrate the
history of the town, the area, its settlement, its development, its progress and
its population. It shall collect printed materials such as letters, diaries, journals,
histories, genealogies, biographies, memoranda, reminiscences, roster, records,
account books, charts, and surveys; museum material such as pictures,
photographs, paintings, portraits, prints, and material objects illustrative of life,
conditions, events and activities of the past and present of the town of
Springfield, New Hampshire. Whenever feasible, the society shall preserve
historic buildings and sites, disseminate historical information, gather and
maintain cemetery records, mark historical buildings, sites and land trails and
provide scholarships to deserving applicants who are residents of Springfield
and attending institutes of higher learning.