"To study the history of Willsboro and create and maintain and interest in it. Gather and preserve information, materials and artifacts regarding the area's history; its people, places and structures. Present or make available such information, materials and artifacts in ways, and at times and places, that will stimulate tourism in the area. Promote and assist in the preservation of the area's historical sites and structures, whenever and however possible and practicable. Operate and staff a museum (or museums) that exhibits items of local historic interest."
Portrait by Ralph Earl (1751-1801)
Original on loan from Fort Ticonderoga
Currently on display at the
Willsboro Heritage Center & Museum
Welcome to the
The Adsit Log Cabin is owned by the citizens of the Town of Willsboro and operated by the Adsit Cabin Committee of the Willsboro Heritage Society.
The cabin is open to the public free of charge by appointment - Groups are welcome!
For further information, or to learn how you can help with a "restoration in progress," contact:
The Adsit Cabin Committee
Willsboro Heritage Center and Museum
Welcome to our Occasional Papers. Written by variouse members of the Heritage Society, and published Occasionally. Members get first viewing prior to posting here or sent to the general public. So make sure you renew your membership to ensure you get a sneak peak.
All Files in PDF Format.
Terrorism in Willsboro (.doc)
Gilliland arrived at the mouth of the Boquet River. He proceded up to the falls and viewd them with John Chick. The first view of the new establishemt to becom Willsboro.