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Town of Enosburgh, Vermont

Town Clerk: (802)933-4421
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8am - 3:30pm
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Enosburgh Historical Society




Quincy House 1913: Do you see 9 or 10 people in the picture? There's also a baby carriage in the scene. Click on the picture to see.





Enosburg Falls (between 1907 and 1915)

Can you see the person walking on Church Street? Click on the picture for a closer look...




The Falls 1906 postcard

Click on the picture to see the person in the background...

The Enosburgh Historical Society meets the 4th Monday of every month at 7pm from April to October at the Freight Depot (The Museum) on Railroad Street in Enosburg Falls, Vermont.

Officers

President- Barbara Hayes
Secretary- Deborah Grandshaw
Treasurer- Ward Heneveld


The Historical Society has under its jurisdiction:

The Museum

Located in the Freight Depot
Open Saturdays from 10 to 2 beginning the first Saturday in June through October, or by appointment.

Curators:

Janice Geraw - 802-933-2102
e-mail: janice_ellen21@comcast.net
Barbara Hayes - 802-933-2120
Linda Eppley - 802-933-2132
e-mail: eppley@verizon.net

The Caboose

The Caboose is open in conjunction with the museum and houses local railroad artifacts and memorabilia.

Abe's Log Cabin

Located near Lincoln Park and is open Tuesday evenings during band concerts on the park from 7:30 to 8:30 during the summer or by appointment.

The Taylor-Caleb Model Train Collection

Displayed over the town's clerk's office on Main Street in Enosburg Falls and is open when sign is out or by appointment.

Train Keepers

Ronald Duso - 802-933-4394
Alan Grandshaw - 802-933-2517
Clay Luce - 802-933-4546


HistoryOfEnosburgh
History of Enosburgh by Janice Fleury Geraw
To join the Historical society send dues check to:
The Enosburgh Historical Society
P.O. Box 98
Enosburg Falls, Vermont 05450
attn: Barbara Hayes

Membership dues are $10 for one year
Dues include quarterly newsletter.