The Duxbury Rural & Historical Society

Tea By The Sea (photo by Karen Wong)

The “Reimagined” Bradford House (photo by Mary Schiess)

Drew Archival Library, Wright Building

1850 expansion plans for King Caesar House, Duxbury

Children’s shoes (photo by Mary Schiess)

King Caesar House, Duxbury (photo by Mary Schiess)

Re-imagining Bradford Contemporary Art Exhibit (photo by Mary Schiess)

King Caesar Christmas (photo by Lisa Ryan)

Gardens at Nathaniel Winsor Jr. House (photo by Anne Henning)

Upcoming Events:
Tour Guide Training – month of May

The month of May is Tour Guide training month! This volunteer program is available to anyone who loves history, education, and talking to other people. The Bradford and the King Caesar House museums depend on Tour Guides to make our summer visitation season successful, so please consider joining us today! In preparation for our summer […]

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Upcoming Events:
Dateboard Society Event: Nuland Home

Come enjoy a light snack, connect with DRHS members interested in historic preservation, and learn the history of the home belonging to Jamie and Tris Nuland (318 Washington Street). The house was built c. 1822 as a store by William and Henry Sampson, and is perhaps best remembered as W. O. Peterson’s General Store. DRHS […]

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What's New:
Thank You, Dear Friend – Dick Morse

Richard Morse is stepping down as Chair of the DRHS Investment Committee. We would like to take a moment to thank Dick for his tremendous support and long term vision in guiding the DRHS to the financial stability we enjoy today. The Investment Committee is perhaps one of the most under-the-radar Committees at DRHS, but […]

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