The Society is currently closed for remodeling.

The Reopening has been postponed due to weather

 

OUR MISSION:

The Historical Society of Harford County, Inc. collects, preserves, promotes, and interprets the rich and diverse history of the Harford County area in its regional context from prehistoric origins to the present for the education and enjoyment of current and future generations.

 

Historical Society

The Historical Society of Harford County, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit membership organization whose mission is to collect, preserve, present, promote, and interpret the rich and diverse history of the County area, in its regional context, from its prehistoric origins to the present.

Membership

For as little as $30 dollars a year you will have access to:

  • Society Research Records
  • Our Newsletter
  • Harford Historical Bulletins
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Past Perfect (Online Catalog)

The Historical Society’s record keeping system is called PastPerfect. This is an online KEYWORD search database providing researchers the ability to search our records without having to travel to the Headquarters. All of the library books, vertical files and AV materials are indexed online. Our volunteers are continuing to input records from our extensive document base that dates to colonial Harford County. Past Perfect also has a link to The Maryland Historical Trust’s information on the state inventoried Harford County properties. In addition to being a great research tool, PastPerfect is used to better facilitate the administration of record keeping and communication with our members.

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Coming Events

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Fri, Feb 12, 6:30 PM–10 PMTreat Your Valentine to Dinner and a Show
Fri, Feb 12, 6:30 PMValentine's Show and Dancing Only
Sun, Mar 13, 1 pm–4 PMThe Tempting Story of Spices
Sat, Mar 19, 2 PM–4 PMNo Irish Need Apply: Baileys, Barleycorn and Blarney,
Sat, Apr 2, 2 PM–4 PMSpring Fashion Show: In Your Easter Bonnet
Sun, Apr 10, 2 PM–4 PM Herbs and Plants in Colonial Medicine with Dr. Barton Tabbs
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