Welcome to the Lisbon Area Historical Society

Lisbon, New Hampshire

Recent News


Dr. Leonard J. “Joe” Nyberg Jr., will present a public program about Civil War soldiers who rest in cemeteries in Lisbon, Lyman, Landaff, and Sugar Hill.

Nyberg’s program will be presented on Wednesday, January 21 at 7pm at the Lisbon Historic Railroad Station and Museum on Central Street in Lisbon after a brief business meeting at 6:30pm. 

Nyberg, who is a Civil War collector, has over a number of years inventoried the graves of local Civil War soldiers and will be sharing photographs of the soldiers, their graves, and other images as well as the historical research he has compiled about their life and service during the Civil War. The program is free, and refreshments will be served. 

Landaff 250th Celebration!

See the full schedule of the Landaff 250th Celebration weekend event.

“Discovering New England Stone Walls” @ LAHS Annual Meeting Jan 15

Kevin Gardner of Hopkinton will present his informal talk, “Discovering New England Stone Walls” at the Lisbon Area Historical Society’s Annual Meeting on Wednesday, January 15, 2014 at 7pm in the gymnasium of the Lisbon Bible Church, 21 Woolson Avenue, Lisbon. The snow date is Wednesday, January 22. [READ MORE]

Lisbon's 250th Birthday Party, August 10, 2013

The Lisbon Area Historical Society had a very successful day during the 250th celebration on August 10.  The Society’s museum was open from 10am-3pm and hosted dozens of visitors, many planning a trip back when they can browse around and look through the collection when it won’t be as crowded. Some visitors also brought in artifacts to donate to the ever-growing collection.


The Society & You:

Other Historical Society Things to See and Do!

As an active participant in the new project, the Society has put online images of many items from our Collections, including several 19th Century houses in the area.  To see those images, go to For more information, see "Collections".

Our books and maps (Great Gifts!!!) can be purchased at our public events or by contacting us at any time.  To see these items and how to acquire same, go to "Publications".

Please contact us if you are interested in becoming involved in the work of the Society or have any questions regarding our organization.   We welcome any suggestions as to how the Society might better achieve its goals.