All proceeds from the sale of these items directly support the Canterbury Historical Society’s projects and programming.
To make a purchase, use this form, or attend one of our regular monthly meetings.
Go Green with Green Fabric Bags Picturing the Green Schoolhouse
Our newest Canterbury-themed offering. Use these very roomy, high quality, sturdy, cloth bags to tote everything from groceries, to an impromptu picnic lunch or your clothes for a quick weekend getaway.
- Dimensions are 15 x 13 x 10 inches
- Spacious interior with a huge gusset
- Textured, 100-gram non-woven polypropylene fabric
- Durable, removable polypropylene insert stiffens the bottom
- Tear-resistant and water-repellent
- Reinforced carrying handles
Featuring the 19th century one-room Green district schoolhouse restored by Canterbury Historical Society volunteers, the bags are forest green in color, and you’ll be eco-friendly green all at once. Go green.
Green Schoolhouse Stoneware Crock
Exclusive-design pottery jar pictures the one-room Canterbury Green District School, a landmark 19th century building restored by the Canterbury Historical Society.
Using traditional methods, artisans of Grandville Hollow Pottery in central Pennsylvania wheel throw every piece, decorate it by hand, glaze it, and fire it at over 2300 degrees F. Molds and jiggers are not used. The slight variations in shape, size, and color resulting from the handmade process make each jar truly one of a kind. Lead-free, dishwasher and microwave safe, these jars can also be used in a conventional oven provided extreme rapid temperature changes are avoided. Seven inches tall. Holds approximately one quart.
Canterbury: The First 300 Years
Created by the society in celebration of the town’s tercentenary in 2003, this book is part of the Arcadia Images of America series. It provides glimpses of the people, places, and events that contributed to our town’s rich and sometimes quirky history.
The Canterbury Historical Society’s own Amy E. Orlomoski and A. Constance Sear are the authors. Together, with the collaboration of Bill Kivic and other society members, they sifted through thousands of photographs from the society’s archives and from private collections to put together Canterbury: The First 300 Years. Now in its second printing, this book delights and informs residents and visitors alike.
Canterbury-Themed Note Cards
These handsome note cards are available in three designs—John Warner Barber’s well-known 1835 woodcut of Canterbury Green, plus two exclusive pen and ink drawings by society member and former president, Walter Moriarty, showing the Green Schoolhouse and Westminster Congregational Church.
The cards are approximately 4 1/2″ x 6″, are printed on quality ivory paper, and come 10 to a pack with matching envelopes. Available either in a single design or assortment packs containing all three designs.