15
AUG
2016

Featured Artifact 01

In conjunction with its “Featured Article” and “Video History Series” posts, BTHS presents its first Featured Artifact!  The Binghamton Township Historical Society Museum houses an extensive collection of artifacts from the Town of Binghamton, everything from a
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05
SEP
2015

Eagle Scout Project

Local Eagle Scout and community member Joe Osgood has graciously been dedicating his time and efforts to making improvements at the BTHS museum.  His efforts have included both cleaning and painting work on the second floor, which is really beginning to take shape! We want to extend o
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23
DEC
2013

New Meeting Schedule

The Binghamton Township Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation of the history of the region and its inhabitants.  BTHS meets four times each month, April through October. The 2014 schedule will be first and third Monday of each month @ 1:00 pm, and second and fourth Tuesd
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28
OCT
2013

Pre-Winter Preparations

With winter fast approaching, BTHS is hoping to complete the following tasks: two holes have been found near the roof, which may have been caused by animals trying to chew their way in.  These need to be patched as soon as possible. Outside of the building needs to be scraped and pain
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28
OCT
2013

BTHS Update

2013 has been a busy year for Binghamton Township Historical Society!  We’ve made a lot of progress on a number of projects (and picked up a few new ones along the way).  With 2013 starting to wind down, we thought it was time to share our accomplishments. Raccoon Cleanup Comple
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23
JUL
2012

Welcome to our new website!

Welcome to the new Binghamton Township Historical Society website!  This is our first foray into having an online presence and we are very hopeful that it helps spread the word about our mission, events, and of course about the Society as a whole.  For the past several years, the Soci
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17
JUL
2012

Raccoon Damage

The Binghamtown Township Historical Society replaced the Old Church roof last autumn, but over the winter a pair of raccoons was able to sneak in and decided that the space between the upstairs ceiling and the roof was a great place to raise a family.  Great for the raccoons, at least
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