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Welcome to the
Galesville Heritage Society

Built in the 1880s, this building was the home of beloved schoolteacher Carrie Ruthanne Sanks Weedon (1847-1928).


The Winter Lecture Series at the Galesville Heritage Museum
Each lecture is at 2-4 pm of the scheduled day.

Galesville Fire House in 1929

Galesville Fire House in 1947

Galesville Fire House in 1989

Sunday, January 25
Galesville Volunteer Fire Department
Speaker: Matt Zang, former president of the GVFD

Woodfields Fish and Oyster House

Sunday, February 22
Woodfield’s Fish and Oyster Company
Speaker: Billy Woodfield

Sunday, March 22
Maryland Day celebrated from 1-5 pm
Highlighting the “Chesapeake 20” sailboat


The Galesville Heritage Society Inc. (GHS) is a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization under the Internal Revenue Code.
Tax deductible contributions should be sent to the address below.
Your contributions fund the work of the society.

"Where the Past Meets the Present with a Promise"

Galesville Heritage Society Inc.
P.O. Box 373
988 Main Street

Galesville, MD 20765-0373

The Museum is open Sundays from April to November, 1 - 4 PM, or by appointment

Site maintained by Pete Baer
Please contact me if you have problems or need help.

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