Chatsworth Historical Society.
The Chatsworth Historical Society is devoted to the preservation of a 1.3-acre parcel known as the Homestead Acre.
Their four-point mission!
In addition to the commemoration of historical dates, events, artifacts, sites, and landmarks.
The Chatsworth History Society upholds a four-point mission:
- Preserve and mark historic sites and landmark of the Chatsworth area.
- Act as an agency for the collection of photographs, artifacts, and archaeological items that represent the history of Chatsworth.
- Preserve and maintain the Homestead Acre, the name given to the 1.3-acre compound in Chatsworth Park South that contains the Hill-Palmer Cottage and the Chatsworth Museum.
- To make use of its resources to educate its member and the general public concerning its heritage through publications, displays, digital archives, programs, tours, films, seminars, and educational activities within the public and private schools.
Want to learn more about the Chatsworth Historical Society?
Please visit the official website: historicalsocieties.net
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