Eastchester is steeped in history.
We, the Eastchester Historical Society, humbly and proudly unveiled our pandemic project, a gorgeous, illustrated map of historic Eastchester.
Thanks to a Community Fund grant, we created the 12x18 map with an artistic rendering of 14 historic sites in our community. An insert includes a brief description of these 14 landmarks which you can spot all over town. It’s Eastchester’s version of Drive by History.
It’s a beautiful addition to any Eastchester home and/or business.
This treasure is now available to support our society. We are an all-volunteer organization and purchasing the map will help fund both upkeep and programs at Eastchester’s iconic Marble Schoolhouse. All sales go directly to the Historical Society which preserves and shares our more than 350 years of history.
We would love for you to purchase the map. It’s available now.
· By mail for $35 Send check to EHS PO Box 37 Eastchester NY 10709
· Eastchester Town Hall and Tuckahoe Village Hall for $25 (check only)
· www.Eastchesterhistoricalsociety.org with PayPal
It’s a way to display how steeped in history we are.
Sheila Marcotte, President, Eastchester Historical Society
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The Eastchester Historical Society is a not-for-profit group established in 1958 to further the understanding and appreciation of the history of Eastchester and the Villages of Tuckahoe and Bronxville New York.
The Society is responsible for maintaining the Marble School House and the Historical Society Library for the purpose of promoting and encouraging historical research and disseminating information concerning the history of the town of Eastchester. We gather and preserve books, documents, flags, maps, toys, clothing and relics relating to the history of the town of Eastchester.
Students in need of research information can look under the Historian's Corner on the
350th Anniversary site.