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Spring 2007 Newsletter
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Edison 2010 Essay Contest
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(Come back soon to view Edison photo booklet)

PHOTOS
From various recent events

The Brockton Historical Society is supported in part by a grant from the Brockton Cultural Council, which is supported by the
Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Mass Cultural Council

Thank you to everyone
who made our Fashion Show
a wonderful success
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The Homestead History

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Celebrate the Dewey Stone Historic Citizen Award and Documentary Film Event With Us

Held at Temple Beth Emunah, 479 Torrey St., Brockton, MA 02301

May 19th from 2:00 - 5:00 pm

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Tickets are $50 per person and $40 for students

Master of Ceremonies will be Kenneth Feinberg
Dewey Stone Historic Citizen Award poster

The event will consist of a 40 minute documentary film and awards ceremony to follow. Light refreshments will be served.


Jim Benson's newest release: BROCKTON REVISITED
Brockton Revisted by Jim Benson
Purchase Online Here


Images of America, Brockton

 Images of America, Brockton by local author and historian James E. Benson. Copies of the Brockton book are available by calling Jim Benson at 508-586-9021 or e-mail at northernheritage@comcast.net Cost:  22.00 plus $5.00 shipping and handling.  Checks payable to the Brockton Historical Society
or Purchase Online Here

Brockton Historical Society Museums

The Brockton Historical Society is the principal overseer of the complex of museums on Rte. 27. The main buildings in the regional Heritage Center consist of a fire museum, a shoe museum, and an early Brockton residence called "The Homestead."

The Marciano, Edison and Shoe Museum exhibits are presently located within "The Homestead." Since its founding in 1969, the goal of the Brockton Historical Society has been to develop, encourage, and promote a general interest in, and appreciation of, the history of Brockton.

The organization maintains a large collection of significant artifacts and general memorabilia relating to every period of the extra-ordinary history of the city.

The Society is currently involved in a major effort to upgrade the overall facility. This endeavor will greatly increase the opportunities for public tours.  To join the Brockton Historical Society, arrange for a special visit, or contribute to the fundraising effort please contact us at (508)583-1039 or click on Support the Society or Membership link for more information.
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Come See Our ROCKY Exhibit!

Get a preview of our Rocky Marciano display online.  Visiting Hours are every 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month 2-4 p.m. or by Appointment - Visit Us

 

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