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Pompey Historical Society and Museum [NY]

The Pompey Historical Society is dedicated to preserving and showcasing the history of Pompey. The historical society accomplishes these aims through the William G. Pomeroy Museum and Research Center, which includes exhibits and artifacts relating to Pompey's history as well as genealogical information.

Visitors to the society can explore the museum and research library, as well as take part in a variety of historical events put on by the society such as lectures, restoration projects, and ceremonies. The site offers a history of Pompey, general visitor information, and genealogical information.

 
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