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Fort At No. 4 Living History Museum Charlestown, New Hampshire, our Charlestown Fort At No. 4is geting new life brouth to it, this sure is mighty good news. The Fort At No. 4 has a new Director: Wendy Baker, Wendy brings a broad variety of experience to the position of being Director of Fort At No. 4 Living History Museum, Wendy has a degree in History, she has experience in teaching, construction management, developing, running resorts, and open land management. Plus there are new Board Members, and I signed up as a Volunteer at our Fort At No. 4 Living History Museum last Friday.
One of the things I'll be do-en to help the Fort At No. 4, is to write and post blog posts here on my blog. In order to get the word out about events and fundraising. Plus help the Fort At No. 4 Living HistoryMuseum be more will knowen of all over the Country and Internationally.
We owe the Olive Branch Masonic Lodge No. 64 over in Chester, Vermonta big Thank you!!! They have pledged to help the Fort At No. 4 Living History Museum to raise money in order to reopen. It sure is mighty nice of the members of the Olive Branch Masonic Lodge No. 64 to help bring new life to our Fort At No. 4 located off of Route 11, 267 Springfield Road in Charlestown, New Hampshire.
Fort At No. 4 Living History Museum Charlestown, New Hampshire, Some of the local businesses have chipped in to help fix the driveway down to the Fort At No. 4and the parking area, the water system and computers. Theres a lot of work that needs to be done. After the closing of the Fort At No. 4 Living History Museum a lot of routine maintenance went undone. This work will still need to be put off, and we need to do a thorough building survey in order to see just what needs to be done in order to bring the buildings back into their proper shape.
The Fort At No. 4 just can't function and be a Living History Museum with out its buildings, thats for sure!!! One of the first steps Wendy is working on, is geting the Gift Shop Bookstore and the offices back open. We still need more folks to be volunteers at the Fort At No. 4 and we need to raise more money. If you would like to volunteer to help at the Fort At No. 4 and or even donatethen contact Wendy Baker by e-mailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can call Wendy at 603-826-5700, even better yet why not stop in to visit her during the day at the Fort At No. 4 Living History Museum. The website is being revamped, you can visit the website by clicking here Fort At No. 4.
Fort At No. 4 Living History Museum Charlestown, New Hampshire, we have a few events coming up: the first one, will be held Saturday the 19th and Sunday the 20th of June. This event is a Open House - Cleaning Weekend that will be held from 10:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., the second event will be held on Friday the 23rd, Saturday the 24th and Sunday the 25th of July. This is the weekend of the Charlestown, New Hampshire'sOld Home Days. Be sure to mark your calendar and stop by the Fort At No 4 to visit us, you won't be sorry that you did.
A bit of History of Fort At No. 4 and Charlestown, New Hampshire:
Charlestown was originally known as Number 4, for many years this was the most northern outpost in the Connecticut Valley, which was chartered by the Massachsetts Bay Colony back in 1735. Settlement of the area statred in 1740, and then when King George's War was imminent in 1743, the proprietors moved buildings to create a fortified village known as the Fort At No. 4. Then on 2st of July 1753 the Town was rechartered by New Hampshire as Charlestown, and during the Vermont Controversy was Charlestown was a part of the State of Vermont.
Fort At No. 4 Living History Museum Charlestown, New Hampshire, few of the proprietors to who the Town was granted actually settled the Town and some of them even unloaded their shares at a lower price due to the uncertainty of jurisdiction of Massachusetts and New Hampshire. The settlement was very remote from those on the Merrimack River and New Hampshire showed little interest in its protection, but Massachusetts was vitally concerned in the protection of her northern frontier against the French and Indians coming down from Canada. The first settlement of Number 4 was made by three Farnsworth brothers, Samuel, David and Stephen in 1740, soon followed by others. Seeing that back then there were signs that settlements in so far an advanced frontier was not at all likely to be safe for any considerable time, so the settlement of the Township was very slow, there was not more than nine or ten families were here in 1744.
In November of 1743 it was voted to build the Fort for the protection of the settlers. In the Annals of Charlestown written by one Dr. Crosby's, that the Fort was built in the form of a square and it covered about three-quarters of an acre. in the area of the marker on the west side of lower Main Street. The Fort At No. 4 was designed under the direction of Colonel John Stoddard. The Fort's square shape included a stockade around the west, north and east sides to protect against any attacks. There were several private homes bought and moved inside and were called province houses. Captains John Spafford and Phineas Stevens, and John Hastings Sr., along with Lieutenants Moses Willard and Ephraim Wetherbee constructed a watchtower, a Great Hall, an additional province house, and lean-tos between the houses.
Fort At No. 4 Living History Museum Charlestown, New Hampshire, the Fort At No. 4 was a part of the cordon of Forts protecting the frontier of New England. The other Forts that were in the New England area, These Forts were located in Massachusetts, Fort Massachusetts at Adams, Fort Pelham at Rowe, Fort Shirley at Heath. Bridgman's Sartwel's and Hinsdell's Forts in Hinsdale, New Hampshire, and Fort Dummer which was located at Brattleboro, Vermont.
Be sure to keep visiting my blog, in order to learn more about the Fort At No. 4 Living History Museum and all the up coming events and how our Fort is doing.
Post 752 - 7 June 2010 Charlestown, New Hampshire Attraction
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