On this week's edition of Around Central New York With Joe Kelly, we travel to the Chenango County Historical Society Museum in Norwich, which is where the county keeps its local history. The Society's museum is in the old Ward School No. 2, built in 1896. In the museum visitors can learn about Chenango County's early settlers and see their handicrafts. There is a Civil War exhibit, a Victorian Room, and a Pioneer Room. There is also information and exhibits about past and present industries, including a large exhibit about Norwich Pharmacal. The museum also houses artifacts and the history of early railroads and the Chenango Canal, which once flowed through Norwich and connected to the Erie Canal in Utica. The museum's reception area has display cases relating to individual hobbies and old collections. There is a wealth of information about Chenango County history at the Chenango County Historical Society's Museum on Rexford Street in Norwich.