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Hudson’s Downtown represents a good example of a 19th to early 20th century mill community.

Little from those days remains now but a stroll around the main streets will reveal the early town layout.

The Hudson Historical Society was formed in 1916 to capture the fascinating history of the town. The Society has a large collection of artifacts, print and digital materials. David Bonazzoli is the Historian of the Society. All are welcome.

Hudson Mill Building 43 Broad Street,4th floor, Room c-402

usual hours: Tuesdays 2 - 4 PM First Saturday of the month 10 AM to Noon

free of charge

Map, tour, information and inspiration provided by Richard Gelpke

This with able assistance from David Bonazzoli.

Eventually, all things merge into one, and a river runs through it.

© 2016  LBJ with

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