DALTON FERRY
Established in 1792 by
Dalton's first settler,
Moses Blake
DALTON TOWN HALL
Built about 1845, this building
has served as a meeting
house, school, library, town
office, and more.  Above photo
taken in 1930.
Welcome...

...to the Town of Dalton, New Hampshire, located in
the Great North Woods Region of The Granite State.

Situated on the Eastern bank of the Connecticut
River, Dalton's hills and winding roads create a
quiet, peaceful place to live.

Dalton offers scenic views; a quaint village with
historic church and Town Hall; Forest Lake State
Park; and old farmhouses surrounded by stonewalls,
giving the passerby just a hint of the past.
ABOUT THE DALTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY...
Our goal is to research, record and preserve history for future generations.  

MEETING SCHEDULE:  Our meetings are now being held at 12:00 noon on the second
SATURDAY of the following months (weather permitting):

January
April
July
October

We meet at the Dalton Town Hall (Route 135).  

Visitors are always welcome.  We encourage new members!  You need not be a
resident of Dalton to join or participate.  Membership dues are only $5.00 per year.
WELCOME!
DALTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY               Dalton, New Hampshire
Due to COVID-19 guidelines, the Dalton Historical Society has not been meeting in
person. Please contact us via email or phone for comments and questions.
 Stay
home, stay safe, and enjoy a favorite book on local history, or visit historical society
websites!