Mission: Preserve, document and present peacham's heritage,
Programs: Historical collections: peacham historical association collects and preserves documents, images and artifacts from peacham's past and presents them within a rich interpretive context via changing themed exhibits at the historical house via our research room. Special projects anchored by the collection have resulted in several publications.
historical sites: peacham historical association preserves, maintains, and provides access to the early 19th century historic house, the 1820 goodenough blacksmith shop, and the mid-19th century peacham hollow schoolhouse to provide solid physical links to a vanished past and the very different environment in which vermonters then lived.
education: peacham historical association offers permanent and rotating exhibits at its historical house museum, blacksmithing demonstrations at the 1820 goodenough shop, twice-yearly conversations with "ghosts" at their gravesites in peacham's cemetery, an annual meeting speaker, self-guided walks and a selection of local publications.