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Past programs have included:
What was going on 200 years ago?
Hear about: What people ate and drank - What was their way of life - Homes - How they made a living -
The Windham Historical Society will have be having a high tea luncheon on
Saturday, August 24, from noon to 3 p.m.
A Walk Through a Country Farmhouse
Enhanced with Beautiful Floral Arrangements
Inspired by Summer and Created by Talented Local Designers
What once was: Mills, Manufacturing, Auto Services, Barber Shop, Doctors, Drug Stores, Mom & Pop Stores, Restaurants & more . . .
Falling under the umbrella of “Taverns,” Terry will include many of the interesting facts and entertaining stories he uncovered . . .
In September 1915 four women embarked in an open car from San Francisco’s Panama Pacific International Exposition on the country’s first cross-country road trip for a cause.
World War II
Civil War medicine
Windham’s first Rescue Team
Shiloh Underground Railroad
Parson Smith House
Restoring toy trucks
Little Sebago Lake
Ram Water Pumps