The WHA mission is to preserve, protect, and promote the history of Wheatland and its environs. The
association owns and maintains the Sage-Marlowe House.
|Mission||Promote and encourage research and knowledge of the Town of Wheatland and its environs.|
Wheatland Historical Association
In 1972 a group of citizens in formed the Wheatland Historical Association to help in the preservation of our Town's history. The Association is an independent organization, not affiliated with the local Town Government. The Association’s mission is to promote and encourage research and knowledge of the history of the Town of Wheatland and its environs. The Wheatland Historical Association owns and maintains the Sage-Marlowe House, a fully restored and furnished 1830s workingman’s house at 69 Main Street in Scottsville. The Association also owns and maintains the Skivington Collection. Both the house and collection can be accessed by the public by appointment or during open house events, call (585) 538-4219 for further details.