The following images catalogue how a small community exhibits, records, and experiences history; the community is Mamaroneck, New York, a village on Long Island Sound, founded by Jonathan Richbell at the onset of the colony charter boom of the 1660s. The project includes a wide scope of 'facts' interpreted as history and gives minor events the same historic weight as significant history. The evenhanded presentation formal exhibitions and highly interpretive observations create an exhibition organized by a careless curator, canalizing the unedited material from which history is culled.