The Corinth Historical Society is a non-profit organization founded in 1978 by a group of dedicated town citizens for the study, collection, and preservation of historical records, traditions, and relics relating to the history of Corinth and its people. In the pursuit of this, the Society conducts the ongoing study of local historical conditions and offers educational and social events of interest to the public in order to promote a greater understanding of the traditions and history of our town.
As part of this, the Society has established and maintains two museums to house, display and store artifacts, relics and documents pertaining to Corinth’s past….
The Corinth Academy Museum in Cookeville is open to the public on Saturday mornings during the summer months. View schedule here ›
The Corinth Agricultural and Trades Museum in East Corinth consists of the restored Corliss-Prescott house and barn and is also open periodically to the public. View schedule here ›
A number of Society research documents are also available at the Blake Memorial Library. Additionally, the Society conducts regular, periodic public programs presented by local and regional historians on topics of varied interest.
The Society provides a unique opportunity for community fellowship due to the fact that it includes in its membership people of all ages and all interests. New members are always welcome.
UPDATED INDEX FOR ‘HISTORY OF CORINTH’ BOOK
SUPPLEMENT YOUR READING with this very complete and long-awaited index for the book, History of Corinth, Vermont: 1764-1964, courtesy of Jen Spanier–just updated for 2016. Download here [pdf]
Corinth Academy Museum
1767 Center Road
Corinth, VT 05039
Hours: July and August – Saturdays, 10:00 am – noon, by donation
Corinth Historical Society Agricultural and Trades Museum
601 Village Road
East Corinth, VT 05040
Hours: Labor Day or by special arrangement
Corinth Historical Society
c/o Norm Collette and Connie Longo
2283 Backway Road
Corinth, VT 05039
Peter MacMurray, President
Lois Jackson, Vice President
Jane White, Treasurer
Elaine Smith, Secretary
Directors at large: Norm Collette, Connie Longo, Emily Howarth, Dustin White