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The official website of the

Nunda Historical Society
Nunda & Dalton, Livingston County, NY

Working to collect, preserve, present and promote Nunda Area History

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Become a Member of the Nunda Historical Society!

Try the NHS Nunda Village "Path to Wellness" Historical Walk

Doing Family Research in the Nunda Area? Click Here to see our new (and free) research guide

Its time for the NHS Christmas Wreath Sale! Click here for information and a convenient order form!

Join us during Christmas in Nunda on Saturday, December 10th from Noon to 5 PM. See our old fashioned Christmas Tree, view exhibits and the Rose Shave Gallery and shop for local history gifts in our giftshop! We will also be serving hot cocoa and snacks in the annex during and after the fireworks!  

Its time to renew your membership! Click here for a 2022-2023 Membership Form!

Check out our latest brochure!

Have you seen our latest newsletter? Click here to go to a pdf version.

Have you picked up a copy of Pete Piraino's lastest book "Notable Nundaians"? Visit the gift shop for more details.

Don't forget - our self-guided history walking tour is open. Just stop by our pavilion and pick up one of the tour guides and take a walk through history!

Tom Cook's "Yesterday...Stories of Old Nunda" has just been reprinted. You can get a copy at the Nunda Historical Society and the Nunda Family Pharmacy. For more information click here.

Visit our "School Memories" page with additional information, photographs, and materials that supplements the 2020 calendar.

Coach Pete Piraino's book on Keshequa's Girls Basketball is now available for $12! You can get your copy at the Nunda Historical Society, Nunda Family Pharmacy, on ebay and through our latest order form.

We have a variety of local history items for sale in our gift shop!

Looking for Nunda History? Check out our history room!

Join us on Wednesday, December 7 at 7 PM for our annual Christmas meeting. Lots of Christmas fun!

Do you have memories of the Hurricane Agnes and the Flood of '72? Help us document this important event in our local area by filling out our memory worksheet! Click here for a printable copy.

The Nunda Historical Society's 2022 Historical Calendar "Art in Nunda (Part One) From the NHS Collection" is now available at the Historical Building, Nunda Family Pharmacy and Bell Memorial Library. For more information and an order form, go to our giftshop.

Be sure to catch our daily local history post on our Facebook page!

Did you know that one of America's most famous photographers was from Nunda? Click here to find out more!

We are pleased to bring you the "History of Tuscarora NY" pages in our History Room. Compiled by local historian Douglas Morgan, they include a never before published history of the community, annotated list of resident's names and more! Click Here to go to the Introduction!

Give a lasting gift of history to the Nunda Community - donate to the Nunda Historical Society's Endowment Fund. Click here for more information.

If your club or group would like a tour of the Museum and Rose Shave Gallery, please contact us!

Please click on the door below to learn more about the NHS and the History of the Nunda Area!






Meeting Room

 Meeting information,
program calendar

History Room

 Explore Nunda's history
in stories, photos, and more!

 News Room

 Upcoming Events,
Special Notices

Reference Desk

Resources, links, and
records available to

 Museum & Rose Shave Gallery

Overview of our Nunda museum and gallery






Gift Shop

NHS gifts and item
in Nunda Area History


  Society info, officers
membership form

Mail Room

Contact information,
mailing address


Take part in NHS projects, committees & activities

 School Room

 Adventures in Nunda History and Lesson Plans is the official website of the Nunda Historical Society.
You can address comments or questions to the Nunda Historical Society or Tom Cook, webmaster

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