Columbia County Historical Society | CCHS
The Columbia County Historical Society is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the interpretation and preservation of the history and culture of Columbia County, New York.
The CCHS encourages understanding, knowledge, and preservation of the County's culture and heritage through acquisition and conservation of historic architecture and properties, objects and documents, and through the sponsorship of research, publications, exhibitions, and educational programs.
To help achieve its mission, the CCHS owns, maintains, and interprets collections and buildings of historical significance, and operates a museum and extensive research library.
To view the Columbia County Historical Society's most recent annual report, click here.
Board of Trustees
Robert Peduzzi, Co-President
Alexandra Anderson, Co-President
André Hoek, Vice-President
Greg Pettyjohn, Treasurer
Nora Tuttle, Secretary
Roderic Blackburn, Emeritus
Bonnie Eyre, Emerita
Henry H. Livingston, III
Columbia County Historical Society is Chartered in the first instance (Absolute Charter) by the Board of Regents, State Education Department, The University of the State of New York