WhiteMountainHistory.org                
Telling the story of 200 years  of White Mountain History

                        Bath Historical Society

      We Have Several Significant Collections That
     Document Bath in the 19th Century and the
               Early Years of the 20th Century

      Read Jim Garvin's illustrated Report on the
     history and restoration of the Bath Covered 
         Bridge.    Includes the Historic American 
                Enginering Record on the bridge.

Most Residents of Bath were Farmers      

The Narrows collection, a well-known landmark along Rte. 135 from Bath to Monroe, where the road curves between the Connecticut River and steep ledges on the N.H. side.

 
Click here for photos of the Narrows
There were 13 School Districts in Bath 
Click here for photos of Bath schools 
Bath was home to the Bath Lumber Co. and other Mills and Industries 
Click here for photos of mills and other industries 
Town Views and Early Homes That No Longer Exist   
Click here for photos of the village and old houses
The Bath Covered Bridge and the Old Brick Store are both on the National Register of Historic Places
Click here for photos of Brick Store and Bridge 
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