Francestown Improvement & Historical Society
Proud Recipient of a 2015 LCHIP Grant
Connecting People to the Past and
To Our Community Today
The Francestown Improvement and Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 147 Francestown, New Hampshire 03043
The Francestown Improvement & Historical Society (FIHS) has been a vital community organization since founding in the summer of 1911
Since then, F.I.H.S. has been responsible for a wide range of important activities and efforts for the town and people of Francestown, New Hampshire.
FIHS is an unique organization having two distinct missions:
* to promote the history of Francestown, NH, preserving our significant
collection of artifacts, and
* to fund a number of Town "improvement" projects.
Take a few minutes to explore our website to learn more about F.I.H.S.
We invite you to join our organization to help us as we continue our
important work in Francestown.
F.I.H.S.'s Mission continues today by:
- Funding Town improvement projects
- Improving Town recreational facilities
- Providing for seasonal beautification
- Collecting and preserving materials and artifacts of historical value
- Providing the public with access to the Society's collection
- Educating the public on the Town's rich and diverse history
** We are fundraising and working hard to renovate "The Beehive" to serve as a home for our historic collection and as a learning and gathering place for the community and visitors interested in Francestown's fascinating history.
Click the button below to learn more or to donate.
By joining, you will help us maintain our many important programs.
As a member you will be invited to our semi-annual membership meetings and receive updates on Society activities throughout the year.
The Francestown Improvement and Historical Society is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Join us in our effort to ...
Save The Francestown Village Store
After our 200+ year-old Village Store closed due to foreclosure last fall, some
extraordinary things happened. First - a very generous man from Nevada heard about
our story and came forward with an offer to buy the historic store building and donate it the the town's historical society. Next - the FIHS Board, a committee of volunteer planners, and our ENTIRE community came together, committed to bringing our village store back
for to this wonderful town! There's a lot going on...
HELP BRING THE BEEHIVE ALIVE.....