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Welcome to Waterbury - A new addition to our train trestle
The Museum is open during the hours when the Municipal Office building is open
New Waterbury Historical Society Book Available Now!
The Waterbury Historical Society’s new book “A Century in Waterbury, Vermont: Stories of Resilience, Growth and Community” is now available!
Told by members of the community in their own words, this collection of stories gathered by the Waterbury Historical Society captures the spirit of Waterbury from 2000-2020. ”These stories show Waterbury’s capacity to constantly reinvent itself in the face of enormous challenges while always staying grounded in the values that have drawn residents, businesses, and visitors here for over two centuries. I love how this book reminds us that Waterbury’s future will be a thriving one because of our history.” – Waterbury Historical Society President, Cheryl Casey.
Books are available for purchase for $25.00 from the Waterbury Historical Society. You can also purchase a copy of the book from the staff at the municipal building. Cash and check accepted only. Out-of-towners may order a book by sending $30.00 and your address to Waterbury Historical Society P.O. Box 708 Waterbury, VT 05676. The $30.00 covers the book, postage and shipping materials. Proceeds from book sales support the Waterbury Historical Society.
PastPerfect Online is now available. More items will be added as we move forward. Check it out.
The Amasa Pride Family Artifacts
Alphabetized Items in File Cabinet
The above PDF is a list of items located in the File Cabinet at the Waterbury Historical Society.
If you wish to access any of these items you may contact the Historical Society and we can make arrangements
All of our other items are being photographed and recorded on
our PastPerfect Software.
We hope to have this available to the public in the future.