Jackson Historical Museum
Jackson Historical Society
Rtes 16 & 16A, PO Box 8, Jackson, NH 03846
Warren Schomaker, President
The newly opened "Cartographer's Attic" which is open for viewing by request, contains 14 old maps dating back to 1784. In the gallery see a display of beautifully arranged and reproduced photos of the Grand Hotels of Jackson, a hand written note from General Wentworth to Joshua Trickey (Marjorie's great great grandfather) in 1868 or art by Ives before he joined Currier. The Jackson Historical Society has constantly changing exhibits.
F, S, noon-5pm and by appt
Rtes 16 & 16A
Did you Know?
The first settlers in our area came from Madbury, New Hampshire and they called their new settlement New Madbury. Incorporated on December 4, 1800 as Adams in honor of President John Adams. Changed to Jackson in 1829 after President Andrew Jackson.
While your in the area also visit: Jackson Covered Bridge