The Hastings County Historical Society was established in 1957 to promote interest in the history of Hastings County.
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READ ALL ABOUT IT!
The Community Archives has wrapped up another major 2020 project: the digitization of local newspapers... read more.
 
DISCOVER BELLEVILLE'S TREASURE
Experience Glanmore National Historic Site through a self-guided tour... plan your visit
 
TV SERIES AIRING ON YourTV
HCHS announces the Road Trips in Hastings County series will air Mondays... more details.
 
THE STEAMER BROCKVILLE
The Community Archives has photos of a familiar sight on the Bay of Quinte... 100 years ago... read more.
 
HASTINGS COUNTY HISTORICAL PLAQUES 
Visit our website and get all the information you need to head out on a fall road trip of discovery throughout our area... create your own itinerary.
 
PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS ON YOUTUBE
Our public presentations are still on hold... have you already watched the last presentations before the shutdown?... click here to watch.
 

Read the Archives Newsletter HERE


Information last updated:

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2020

Hastings County Historical Society

Belleville, Ontario, Canada

Serving the townships, municipalities and villages of Bancroft, Bangor, Belleville, Carlow, Cashel, Deseronto, Dungannon, Elzevir, Faraday, Frankford, Grimsthorpe, Herschel, Hungerford, Huntingdon, Lake, Limerick, Madoc, Marmora, Mayo, McClure, Monteagle, Murray, Quinte West, Rawdon, Sidney, Stirling, Thurlow, Trenton, Tudor, Tweed, Tyendinaga, Wicklow, and Wollaston, Ontario.


 

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