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

Membership Program Thursday  September 21, 2023  7:30PM
Kimball Family in Littleton  presented by Carolyn Mueller
The Kimball family settled in Littleton in 1775 and for generations contributed to the town in many ways.   We will trace the generations and take a “tour” to see the homes still standing.    at the Congregational Church 330 King Street


Erickson’s Antique Stoves-  come view David Erickson’s beautiful heating stoves and accessories.  Open Wednesday afternoons 1-4Pm and the 2nd Sunday of the month 2-4PM.


New Book about Littleton: History of the Nashobah Praying Indians by  Littleton historian Daniel V. Boudillion.  $20 available at the Museum or purchase at  For more information click here


 New Items –  Stemless wine/beverage glass, and apple earrings.  And we still have a few 2023 calendars!

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WhatsNewCheck out the link to the Littleton’s Historic Markers, a page of photos you can click on to see larger, created by Littleton resident and volunteer, Tom Howes.

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ThenNowThe Littleton Then & Now  project was created by volunteers Andrew Bowers and Andrea Curran, showing historical pictures alongside current day views of Littleton.

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300 BookIs the Baker-Sargent house on Robinson Road the oldest house in Littleton? An attic beam carved “Built in 1673 by SP” would seem to indicate this, but the truth is far more surprising. Learn who SP actually was, and whose hand carved this inscription in 1673, and for whom!

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Friday’s Finds is a new addition to our website, highlighting recent discoveries around Littleton’s history.

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Banner of Town Seal available for sale.  Click here to purchase.   

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Video – Littleton 300th Bus Tour

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