The Portsmouth Historical Society, in conjunction with the Town Planning Office, will hold an initial organizing meeting next week.
Portsmouth Historical Society
The Portsmouth Historical Society will celebrate its Founding Mother’s birthday by honoring Anne Hutchinson this weekend.
The Portsmouth Historical Society welcomed 3 classes of third-graders from Melville Elementary School for a tour last Wednesday.
The Portsmouth Historical Society awarded trivia winners from Portsmouth Middle School, announced Doug Smith, Portsmouth Historical Society vice president.
The Portsmouth Historical Society (PHS) opened its doors to current members last Sunday, a week before opening for the season on Sunday, 28 May.
The Portsmouth Historical Society will open to the public for the season on Sunday, May 28. Admission to the museum is free.
Despite overcast skies, approximately 30 to 35 people “spoke to stones” this past Saturday at Jacob Begin’s “Stones that Speak” talk at the Turnpike Avenue Cemetery.
The Portsmouth Historical Society will hold “Stones that Speak: The Portsmouth Cemetery,” a lecture and workshop on preserving local cemeteries.
What do you know about Portsmouth history? The historical society tested the answer to this question at the 2nd Portsmouth History Trivia Night.
What do you know about Portsmouth history? Teams and individuals are welcome to attend and test their knowledge at Portsmouth Historical Society’s History Trivia Night.
What do you know about Portsmouth history? Test your knowledge at the Portsmouth Historical Society’s next History Trivia Night.
The following letter to the editor about Portsmouth Trivia Night was submitted verbatim by Portsmouth Historical Society Vice President Doug Smith.
When was Portsmouth founded? When was the compact signed? The Portsmouth Historical Society will quiz students at a new Portsmouth history trivia night.
The 1638 ‘Portsmouth Compact’ will go on display for one day at Town Hall as part of Portsmouth Founders Day.
The Portsmouth Historical Society recently thanked donors, who helped restore the oldest one-room schoolhouse in Rhode Island.
Portsmouth Town Historian Jim Garman will present a lecture entitled “Guns, Boats, Bullets and Booze” about the Prohibition Era in Newport County.
Prudence Island Historical Society Board member Joe Bains will present a lecture entitled “Prudence Island: A Fine Summer Resort.”