For more than 100 years, we have been dedicated to the study and preservation
of the history of our town of Northborough, Massachusetts.
Around here we like our history. At the Northborough Historical Society we like history so much that not only have we been preserving Northborough’s history for more than one hundred years, but we have also been learning it, enjoying it, teaching it, and making it! When the Society was founded in 1906, Reverend Josiah C. Kent stated that "The facts of Northborough history should be collected and thus preserved from oblivion," and that is what we have been doing ever since.
Our museum and archives are open to the public, and we continue to offer free monthly programs that highlight local, regional and national history
The Town of Northborough will celebrate its 250th Anniversary in 2016. The Historical Society will soon begin planning events to mark this special occasion, and we would like you to be a part of our efforts.
We hope you will consider becoming a member of the Northborough Historical Society and help us preserve and celebrate our town and its history. Find MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION HERE.
March 24, 2017 — “1919 Molasses Flood, presented by Doris Parker Blais Bonnell.
Northborough History Hikes - Prepared by the Northborough Historical Society and Northborough Trails Committee for the Town’s 250th Anniversary Celebration, 2016
made possible through a Grant from Mass Humanities. See what is available in our archive on this abbreviated index on local businesses and people from 1876 to 1903, and how this large company functioned by reviewing orders, sales, bills, products, and more.