The Pittstown Historical Society
The Pittstown Historical Society was founded in1975 to promote a better appreciation of our American heritage, in particular, the history of the Town of Pittstown.
The Pittstown Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt, not-for-profit organization dedicated to collecting, documenting, and preserving local history.
Board of Trustees
President, Connie Kheel
Vice-President, Kenneth Miller
Secretary, Joseph A. Ferrannini
Treasurer, Connie Kheel
Trustee, Walter Auclair
Trustee, Nancy Grilli
Trustee, Tim Holt
Trustee, Maren Stein
Trustee, Paul Wiley
What We Do
Sponsor seven educational lectures annually which are open to the public. (See Meetings)
Publish two newsletters annually. (See Newsletters)
Mount two exhibits annually in the Pittstown town hall in Tomhannock. (Please visit our exhibits at 97 Tomhannock Road, Valley Falls).
Maintain a collection of historic items relating to Pittstown. The collection is housed in the Ellen L. Wiley Collection Room in the Pittstown town hall in Tomhannock. (Contact us to schedule an appointment to view the collection)
Maintain genealogical files and respond to inquiries. (Contact us with questions)
Independent research on a variety of topics relating to Pittstown’s history. (Reports on our research are included in our newsletters)
Maintain a website which includes our newsletters and other information relating to Pittstown’s history. (See Documents and Historic Farmsteads links)