|Two rare Revolutionary War flags from the Second New Hampshire Regiment of the Continental Line are among the items on display at the Society. The flags, captured by the British Ninth Regiment of Foot on July 8, 1777, at Fort Anne in New York, were packed into the personal baggage of the British commander Lieutenant Colonel John Hill, and shipped to England where they were passed down through Hill's family. In 1912, Edward Tuck, the philanthropist who donated funds to build the Society's 1911 headquarters building, learned that the flags were for sale in London, and he purchased them for the Society.
Plan Your Visit Today
The New Hampshire Historical Society's exhibitions are on view at 30 Park Street, Concord. Hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is a $7 for adults. Children under 18 and members of the New Hampshire Historical Society are admitted free. Full-time students and active military personnel and their families also are admitted free with valid I.D.
More About the New Hampshire Historical Society's Museum
The New Hampshire Historical Society is the independent nonprofit that saves, preserves, and shares New Hampshire history. The Society serves thousands of children and adults each year through its museum, library, educational programs, and award-winning publications.
The New Hampshire Historical Society is not a state-funded agency. All of the Society's programs and services are made possible by dues and contributions from individuals, foundations, and businesses. You are invited to join today and enjoy the many benefits membership provides. Call the membership department at 603-856-0621 or use our convenient and online membership form.