Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Formerly part of Prescott, where some of Daniel Shays' men plotted rebellion in the years following the American Revolution. The building is the Pelham Historical Society, once a Congregational church built in 1840, restored and serves as a museum, open in the summer months.
The old graveyard headstones stand sentinel during those sweet, balmy days when sunshine warms Pelham Hill...and on dark, chilly, Halloween nights.
For more on the Pelham Historical Society and the history of Pelham, Massachusetts, see their website.