The Chatham Historical Society
The Chatham Historical Society needed a modern and user-friendly website to showcase the history of East Hampton, along with Upcoming Events.
The New Site Features:
Stunning photography, custom graphics, a news blog, and robust calls-to-action buttons that work in harmony to provide a simple and intuitive user experience.
About The Museum
A private, nonprofit, organization The Chatham Historical Society Museum is jam packed with artifacts, antique toys, and memorabilia that tell the stories of East Hampton, Middle Haddam, and Cobalt history. Among the many items displayed are an extensive Bevin Bell collection dating back to the early 1800s; a shipbuilding portrayal dating back to the 1700s when shipyards dotted the banks of the Connecticut River in Middle Haddam, CT ; arrowheads found around Lake Pocotopaug; bell toys made by Gong Bell Company and N. N. Hill Brass Company; and cast iron antique toys made by Watrous Manufacturing. There is also a display of witch hazel from American Distilling and a case of items from East Hampton’s Native Son, Governor William O’Neill (1980-1991).
The Museum and School House are both located at 6 Bevin Blvd in the Town of East Hampton Connecticut and are open to the public the first Sunday of each month from 2-4pm.
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