The Littleton Historical Society is a private, non profit organization devoted to the preservation of Littleton’s history, the dissemination of information, and the promotion of interest in local history
for the Littleton 300 Book. Photographs of people and places in town during the 1900′s. In particular pictures related to WWI (1917/18) and WWII (1940s) . For additional information click on our “Blog”
Check out our Kitchen exhibit at the Museum. Some of our best memories center around the kitchen. The current exhibit of old and antique kitchen artifacts will feel like a trip back in time to Grandma’s house. The exhibit includes a multiple of kitchen gadgets, old irons, butter churns, cookbooks, early 1900 engagement cups and more.
The 2013 Block is available. The Tory House was the scene of a confrontation between the Loyalist Rev. Rogers and local patriots. Shots were fired through the front doors, which, with their bullet holes, can be seen at the historical Society on Rogers Street.