Projects

These are the projects we are working on to the retain and promote the history of Concord. Help us promote these projects by donating to the CHS, becoming a member, or volunteering.

CMEC Capital Campaign

  Concord Historical Society Celebrating Our Place in History Concord Museum and Event Center Capital Campaign Since the City of Concord transferred the Galindo Home and Gardens to the Concord Historical Society in 2010, your Concord Historical...

Concord Museum and Event Center

Concord Historical Society ~ Building a Future that Preserves the Past Concord Museum and Event Center Capital Campaign Since the City of Concord transferred the Galindo Home and Gardens to the Concord Historical Society in 2010 and the Society opened these to the...

Teachers & Students (Concord Grammar School, 1898)

Materials on Concord History for Teachers and Students Concord History - Third Grade (Bare Bones) by Mary Ehmke Day 1 – Find out why parents moved here – (homework) Where is Concord? Look at US map, California map, etc. Land Forms – Walk about playground...

Oral History

The Concord Historical Society interviews long-time residents and records these on cassette tapes. These are then transcribed and are printed and filed at the Resource Center. You may acquire a copy of a tape recording on a tape or CD for $20. You may acquire a print...

Historic Landmarks

To recognize Concord's rich heritage, the City of Concord has officially recognized these buildings and sites as historic landmarks.  A 1974 Preservation of Historical Landmarks ordinance is the basis for selection. Many of the buildings listed in this...

Heritage Trees

The City of Concord has a public policy concerning heritage trees. A heritage tree is defined as any tree that is at least 72 inches in circumference when measured 4.5 feet above natural or established grade or a multi-stemmed tree that has one stem at...