EHHS Home About EHHS General Lafayette Household Items Early Tools Women’s World One Hundred Years of Change
Admin & Mgt Finance Purchasing Town Attorney Urban Renewal
Animal Control Animal News
Arts Commission B&C Home B&C Agendas B&C Minutes B&C 2008 Minutes B&C 2009 Minutes B&C 2010 Minutes B&C 2011 Minutes B&C 2012 Minutes B&C 2013 Minutes B&C 2014 Minutes BOE 2008 Minutes BOE 2009 Minutes BOE 2010 Minutes BOE 2011 Minutes BOE 2012 Minutes BOE 2013 Minutes Old Cemetery Board Public Hearings Reports
Counseling Services Youth Services Teen Center
Town Clerk’s Office Town Clerk Forms Town Clerk News Town Clerk Services
Assessor Building Engineer Housing Authority Planning & Zoning Registrar of Voters Social Services Tax Dept.
Civil Svc Home Jobs & Tests Civil Svc FAQs

East Haven Online Historical Museum

Online Historical Books

• The East Haven Historical Society has created a digital version of the 1960 East Haven 175th Anniversary Souvenir Program.
• Stephen Dodd The East Haven Register published in 1824.
• Sarah E. Hughes History of East Haven, published in 1908.

These are pdf versions of these books. Hughes and Dodd are from the Google Book Project.
Download the free Adobe Reader to view book pdf files.

Our Registrars of Voters, Joe Buonome (D) and Donna Norman (R,) played a key role in election recount activities in 2007. They were the first town Registrars of Voters to perform a recount with the new voting machines. East Haven set the pace and created the processes that recounts later would follow. Click to view our Election 2007 Recount Coverage

Our Town Historical Society

Join the East Haven Historical Society today and help us to preserve the past for future generations.

A new digital preservation project is begining and volunteers are needed to scan and save historic photos and documents. Volunteers will be taught how to use the computer and software required for the project. No experience is necessary, just an interest in preserving East Haven history.

View highlights from the East Haven Historical Society Museum by visiting the collections pages in our menu in the main navigation to the left.

Membership: Call 203–467–1766, email us for information using the link below or join us at our weekly meeting on Wednesdays at our Museum. Just print and complete the membership form and mail it with your check. Use the link below to get Adobe Reader software.
General Meetings: 4th Tuesday bi–monthly at 6:30 P.M. at the Senior Center.
Programs & Activites: View East Haven Historical Society Calendar for information about meetings and programs.
Museum Location: Old East Haven High School 200 Tyler Street. East Haven, CT. (Next to East Haven Academy). Enter using the center doors on the oldest section of the building.
Hours: Offices & Museum open Wednesdays 10:00A.M. – 2:00P.M. or by appointment.
Phone: 203–467–1766. Mail: P.O. Box 120052 East Haven, CT 06512
Email Us: East Haven Historical Society
View Google Map of Historic Sights in East Haven.

Blue horizontal bar

Background photo: Old Paper by FC Foley © 2008–2012.
Web Designs by Frances C. Foley & Noisemakers Productions.
Copyright © 2008–2012 East Haven Historical Society. All Rights Reserved. Updated 9/23/12.