Washington Street, where it runs through Boston's Theater District
Jethro Tree Historical Marker, Concord, Mass. Photo credit: Rebecca Brooks
History. Photo by Asa Wing for Antiques Magazine, July, 1941
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Massachusetts in the Industrial Revolution
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The area of present-day Monson was first settled in the early 1700s, but at the time it was part of the town of Brimfield. Among other things, this meant ...
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Brief History of Cambridge, Mass.
We are attaching a Family Tree from the Mormon database (familysearch.org). Here's a link to their Josiah Jones page for much more information: ...
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Rising to prominence in the mid-19th century, Holyoke gained the moniker "Paper City" from the more than 25 paper mills that produced envelopes, newsprint, ...
Photograph by Eli Pousson, 2015 May 2.
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The state seal of Massachusetts has remained in essentially the same form since 1780, though
Richard Suchanuk cuts grass in front of one of his rental properties in Marktown section — a former company town — of East Chicago, Indiana, April 16, 2013.
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5 Boston Streets with Fascinating History. Washington Street west side Hanover Street to Haymarket Square, 1948. (City of Boston Archives/Flickr, ...
Benecke family. From collection C3825 folder 7562.
Family farms once dominated the land that would eventually become the industrial city of Holyoke. In the Homestead Avenue/Westfield Road area, family farms ...
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It Was America's First English Colony. Then It Was Gone.
Before the numbering of roads became standard in the twenties, routes such as the Boston Post Road, the Lackawnna Trail, and Baltimore Pike began to be ...
Register of the 1865 Massachusetts state census, listing the Emerson family in Concord
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Salem Village Church, Historical Marker, Salem, Mass
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Monson Primary School, Boarding Out Register, ...
The mid-1800s saw a major shift in the way cemeteries were designed. Especially in larger cities, simple graveyards were replaced with elegant, ...
Petition of Abigail Emmery requesting a divorce, 1710
Jerusalem Road in Cohasset.
Old Salem Village, illustration published in A Short History of the Salem Village Witchcraft Trials
Species composition of street trees graphed by family.
Boston Manufacturing Company, 1813-1816, Waltham, Ma, engraving by Elijah Smith, circa 19th century
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A truce agreed upon the 21st day of July 1693 at Pimaquid between the English and
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Monument Street in Concord.
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Ancient Roman road shown in cross section.
Foxtown Diner, Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts.
Source: The Wellesley Legenda (1950)
Commonwealth Avenue in Boston.
Photo-Auto Guide, Chicago to Rockford (1905) by H. Sargent Michaels
Petition requesting a name change due to an adoption, ...
Color reproduction of an engraving from an original circa-1842 watercolor of a scene looking up State Street toward the old Statehouse.
Suffolk County Deeds volume, 1701
Status of street trees surveyed.
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The Green Dragon, Boston MA - Colonial New England
... for history lovers when visiting Boston. Consider it a four-kilometre-long introduction through 16 of the city's notable landmarks including museums, ...
The house in the first photo was the home of Arthur D. Ellis, a prominent factory owner in Monson. Arthur's father Dwight W. Ellis opened a textile mill on ...
Boston Common is America's oldest city park, dating back to 1634. Located in downtown Boston, it spans across 20 hectares and is part of the city's Emerald ...