This historic document was signed by Constant Southworth, Samuel Nash, the Pilgrim Myles Standish, and the Sachem of the Wampanoag tribe, Massasoit, in March 1649.  The ink on this document is fading and it needs a custom-made archival-quality casing.  OBHS is asking for donations to help preserve Bridgewater's oldest document.  Please help today!

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James Keith Sign  

The Home of Rev. James Keith is Open Every Sunday, 12pm to 4pm

        April through September

The Keith house is open to members and visitors alike every weekend.  Admission is free.   We encourage everyone to stop by, tour this historic home, and check out the "Ordinary" where crafts and gifts from local vendors are for sale.  Bring the children and let them see the old-fashioned dolls, the bee-hive oven, and more.  If you cannot make it on a Sunday, give us a call and schedule a private tour.

 


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Plymouth County Jails: Then & Now

        Wednesday, August 23, 2017, 7 pm.  162 Howard St, West Bridgewater.

OBHS welcomes Deputy Liisa Budge-Johnson of the Plymouth County Sheriffs Department for an entertaining and informative look at the history of the Plymouth County Jails.
Donation recommended

 


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