Brick Pathway Fundraiser

Help us Pave the Way to the 1869 Schoolhouse Museum in Historic Eastham, MA.
2015 was the 50th Anniversary of the Eastham Historical Society acquiring the 1869 Schoolhouse. Leave your mark and forever be a part of this Historic Event. We invite you to purchase a personally engraved brick to honor someone special in your life or even your whole family. This marker is a way to honor or memorialize a parent, historian, recent graduate, veteran, best friend, special event in your life, or a favorite quote.  The possibilities are endless. At the same time, you will be supporting the Eastham Historical Society and its endeavor to Preserve Eastham’s Past for Eastham’s Future and to maintain our Museums, Archives & Programs – see individual page for details

About Us


Eastham Historical Society was founded in 1963 by a group of Eastham visionaries to Preserve Eastham’s Past for Eastham’s Future. To that end, the Society maintains museums at the Swift-Daley complex located at State Highway in Eastham and at the 1869 School House Museum, located at 25 Schoolhouse Road. The EHS Archives, also located at the School House Museum, gathers genealogical and historical information through donations, cataloguing and preserving these materials in a safe environment. The emphasis is on, but not limited to Eastham. The Society also sponsors various programs throughout the year including book reviews, historical presentations, information days and public displays.

Eastham Historical Society is now a member of the Digital Commonwealth, which is a non-profit collaborative organization that provides resources and services to support the creation, management and dissemination of cultural heritage material held by Massachusetts libraries, museums, historical societies and archives.  Two collections from the Archives, Margaret Bready Genealogy Collection and our Postcard collection are now up on this site.  Check it out at www.Digitalcommonwealth.org and search Eastham.