Little Falls Historical Society Book: Beyond Our Bicentennial
Now Available for $35 (tax included) at the Community Co-op, Little Falls Library, FunTech Providers, Pohlig Enterprises or order by phone through the Little Falls Historical Society by calling Louis Baum at 315-867-3527,
Jeffrey Gressler at 315-823-2799 or Maryanne Terzi at 315-823-1502. Mailed copies are available for $40 (tax included).
LITTLE FALLS HISTORICAL SOCIETY AWARDS TWO SCHOLARSHIPS
Our officers and directors are proud to announce that the Historical Society worked with the Little Falls Central School District to award 2022 scholarships to two members of the Class of 2022. Both scholarships were funded by anonymous Historical Society members. Thank you.
Exhibits include a new virtual exhibit, Making History Today, along with ongoing Native American Artifacts, Little Falls Diamonds, from the First Cheese Market in the United States Exhibits. Our Current Exhibits include the Urban Renewal Exhibit and our Vietnam War Exhibit.
The Little Falls Historical Society consists of individual, family, sustaining, patron, student, and honorary members. Honorary membership may be granted by the Board of Directors to an individual who has significantly contributed to the objectives or benefit of the Society.
Welcome to the Little Falls Historical Society Museum in New York
Originally an 1833 bank, the building where The Little Falls Historical Society Museum is located in Herkimer County, New York, was converted and restored to house thousands of artifacts, family records, and relics of the past. The museum is an educational, eye-opening experience, suitable for all ages.
Decades before there was a Pine Ridge ski center in Salisbury or a Shu-maker Mountain ski area outside Little Falls, generations of Little Falls winter sports enthusiasts skied and sledded down the vertical drops that typify our steep, narrow Mohawk Valley topography.