Grafton Historical Society hosts “Life and times of a Civil War soldier” program


North Grafton – Bill Cutler, a Civil War re-enactor, will talk about the experiences of ordinary soldiers during the Civil War Sunday, March 25. He will describe the equipment, the uniforms, the individual battles the prison camps the program, and the hardship of military life. The event will be held will be presented by the Grafton Historical Society starting at 2 p.m. at the Grafton Community Barn, 37 Wheeler Rd., North Grafton. Admission is free.

The Grafton Historical Society is a private, non-profit 5013c that collects and preserves and interprets objects related to the history of Grafton. For more information about the Society or this program, contact Linda Casey at 508-839-0000 or email [email protected].

The History Museum, located at 1 Grafton Common, Grafton, is open every Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. Admission is free and trained docents will be there to answer questions and provide a guided tour of the facility. Visit to find out more about the Grafton Historical Society.