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Join the Milford Historical Society today and help make a difference!

Our members are the heart and soul of the Historical Society. Please consider becoming a member and supporting the Milford Historical Society if you have any interest in the history of Milford. Your membership strengthens the organization and an individual membership is still only $15 for a year! You can save even more with a family membership.

Personal Memberships: Cost  
Individual  $15/Yr
Family  $25/Yr
Supporting  $35/Yr
Benefactor  $50/Yr
Lifetime  $150/$200
Pick one based on your age:
Corporate Memberships: Cost  
Brass $25-$100
Corporate, Brass Level
Silver $125-$200
Corporate, Silver Level
Gold $225-$450
Corporate, Gold Level
Platinum $500


Gift Shop

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Milford NH Historical Society Gift Shop

Looking for a great birthday present of Christmas gift for your Milford relatives? Check out our offerings below. Each price includes shipping and handling charges. All items and more are also available for sale at the Carey House Museum. Please see our open house section for our hours of operation.


The Carey House Chronicles
By Polly Cote
A wonderful collection of stories from the archives of our Historical Society.  106 pages.


  Images of America, Milford
By Chris Thompson

A large collection of photos and informative captions from the 1860s through the 1960s. 128 pages



  A brief history of the public schools of Milford, NH
By Edith Hunter

The history of Milford's schools from 1738 through 1972. The 108 page book includes 33 pictures and illustrations.

  The Granite Town
by Winifred A. Wright
A history of Milford from 1901 through 1978.  This hard cover book contains 549 pages and over 130 photos with detailed captions.


What people are saying

 love everything about it.  I grew up and lived in Milford for over 60 years.  Moved to Burlington Vt in 2011.  I miss Milford so much.  I enjoy all the on line pictures and history.  My dad Salvatore P Grasso was a big part of Milford.  Keep up the good work

Nancy Grasso Freel