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  1. At this time the early dutch settlers had the beginnings of a community, but lacked a proper minister to tend to their spiritual needs. The settlers banded together to fund a minister from Holland. They created a request and subscribed their names to that request. They were: George Anderson Cobes Benat Jost Benat Abraham Bennet Isaac Bennet William Bennet Thomas Cort Brogun Coevert Lucas Coevert Aaron L. Draver Hendrick Emans Hendrick Fanger John Folkerson Phillip Folkerson Dolis Hegeman Michael L. Moore Garri
  2. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County:
  3. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County:
  4. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County:
  5. The mission of the Winchester Historical Society is to promote an awareness of Winchester’s rich history and share it with the community. The Society achieves its mission by collecting and preserving historic records and artifacts related to Winchester; by its educational programs, exhibitions, and publications; and through its stewardship of the Sanborn Historical and Cultural Center, which serves as the home for the Society and is open to the community for exhibits, meetings, and events. The Winchester Historical Society is a volunteer organization of over 300 members working to promote
  6. The year was 1890 and Wakefield had changed dramatically and rapidly. Large industries had transformed the sleepy farming village into a bustling factory town, bringing progress and growth, at the cost of its original character and charm. In reaction, the Wakefield Historical Society was founded. “There are many good people in this bustling age,” the founders wrote, “who think it a waste of time and effort to search for anything of value among the moldy and forgotten things of the past.” The Society’s mission was “to rescue from oblivion ancient records, documents, portraits, implements,
  7. The Townsend Historical Society was formed in 1896 by a group of people who recognized the importance of saving the tangible and intangible treasures of Townsend’s past. The Townsend Historical Society strives to cultivate and encourage interest in the history of Townsend, by collecting and preserving historical items, artifacts, books, manuscripts, pamphlets, biographies and anecdotes of Townsend, by promoting research into Townsend history and it's inhabitants, by owning, maintaining and restoring properties of historic value, and making them accessible to public viewing, and by providing ed
  8. Mission Statement: The purpose for which the Society is organized is to act as a repository for Tewksbury history. It shall maintain any property entrusted to it and collect, preserve and interpret items of historical and traditional significance. The Society shall encourage research and involvement in these efforts by its members and the community at large. The Society shall sponsor history-based activities in the town on a regular basis. In so doing, it shall promote a better understanding of history as an important factor in the everyday affairs of the Town of Tewksbury and its residen
  9. The Sudbury Historical Society is dedicated to bringing the rich history of the Sudbury Plantation into the lives and activities of the people of Sudbury. We collect, preserve and and communicate the history of Sudbury, Massachusetts. Founded in 1956, and incorporating the earlier Goodman Society, the Society maintains its offices and collections on the second floor of Sudbury Town Hall. A non-profit organization, the society depends on donations of time, money and artifacts from its members and the citizens of Sudbury. The Society has for sale a full range of books on the history of
  10. Topics Available for Research at the Lucy Longley Memorial Building, Shirley, Massachusetts Some of these are folders full of notes and news clippings. Some are objects, some are scrapbooks or published books. You are welcome to research the materials under supervision of Museum personnel. A copier is available for a charge of 25 cents per page. Donations to the Society for use of the collection and assistance of personnel are much appreciated. http://www.shirleyhistory.org/ Shirley Historical Society Museum at the Lucy Longley Memorial Building 182 Center Road,
  11. Mission The purpose of the Society is to collect, display, store, and preserve artifacts, information, and documents concerning our local history and to use our resources to provide educational services to our community and the public at large. http://www.sherbornm...m/society/index Contact: George Fiske President Address: 19 Washington Street Sherborn, MA 01770 Betsy Johnson, Curator: 508-653-0560 Town Hall 19 Washington Street Sherborn, MA 01770
  12. The Medford Historical Society is local historical was organized in 1896 by concerned citizens from the city of Medford. Their purpose was to collect and preserve the history of this historic city, to correct the myths that had grown up over the years, to build a historical library, to collect the artifacts of local history, and to celebrate historical anniversaries. http://www.medfordhistorical.org/ The Society operates a museum at its headquarters at 10 Governors Avenue and owns the oldest brick house in America known as the Peter Tufts House loc
  13. The Maynard Historical Society promotes the need to remember the history of Maynard and history in general. Our meetings and programs are open to the public and we encourage you to join the Historical Society so we can preserve historical artifacts and provide interesting programs. The Maynard Historical Society's collection of over 4,000 documents and artifacts is currently not available to the public. We are actively seeking a location for a museum so that students, researchers, and the general public can see first-hand artifacts and documents of our shared history.
  14. The Marlborough Historical Society, founded in 1964, is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to historic preservation, education, and celebration in Marlborough. The purpose of this Society shall be to collect, study, preserve, and maintain historical records, relics, and objects relating to the history of Marlborough, its founders and peoples; to promote the interest in, and study of, the history of Marlborough, to preserve items of current events that may have historic interest in the future, and to provide a safe depository for the same; to make collections of historical
  15. Welcome to the Lowell Historical Society. Our mission is to collect, preserve and publish materials related to Lowell and to encourage and promote the study of the city's history. We sponsor several lectures and workshops throughout the year. http://www.lowellhis...calsociety.org/ We are located at the Boott Cotton Mills Museum: 115 John Street Fourth Floor Lowell Massachusetts 01852 978.970.5180 Office Hours Sundays 9:30am - 3:30pm Melanie Nichols - Sit
  16. The purpose of the Lincoln Historical Society is to bring together those people who are interested in the history of this area in general and of the Town of Lincoln in particular. The major function of the Society is to stimulate interest in individuals and groups to discover, collect, and preserve materials which may be of historical significance to this area and to the Town of Lincoln. The Lincoln Historical Society was founded in 1961 with the mission to preserve the town’s rich history. In recent years education has become an additional focus for the Society. Much of the Society’s eff
  17. Visit the place where the American Revolution began and hear both sides of the story. Tour the only historically furnished sites relating to the Battle of Lexington on April 19, 1775. Walk in the footsteps of Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, John Hancock, and George Washington. The Lexington Historical Society maintains a research library and archives at the Hancock-Clarke House, 36 Hancock Street. The collections cover the entirety of Lexington’s history from the 17th century through present day, and include thousands of original manuscripts and photographs. Our archives are especially rich re
  18. Founded in 1905 by a group of historians, the Historical Society initially met in private homes and presented lectures on Cambridge history. Beginning in 1906, these lectures were published as The Proceedings. A short time later the Society began collecting books, documents, significant papers and photographs. Since 1957 the Cambridge Historical Society has been headquartered at the Hooper-Lee-Nichols House at 159 Brattle Street. Many activities take place there. We invite you to become a member of the Society and join us in preserving Cambridge's history and heritage. http://
  19. The Hopkinton Historical Society is a non-profit organization that was established in 1951 to celebrate the history of the Town of Hopkinton, Massachusetts, protect the Town's historical artifacts, explain early New England life, and educate the public about the rich history of this small and ever-changing town. We sponsor several educational, social, and fundraising events throughout the year, and the Society maintains an active archive of documents that are critical to preserving the Town's history for future generations. The Town of Hopkinton, Massachusetts is located in Middlesex Coun
  20. The Chelmsford Historical Society, Inc., organized in 1930, is a non-profit organization of people who care about Chelmsford's heritage and local history. The society is an educational and cultural resource for the Town of Chelmsford and the Merrimack Valley, dedicated to the preservation of the historical heritage of our town for the good of all of the people of Chelmsford. http://www.chelmhist.org/ Hours of Operation: We are open by appointment only, and during special events. See our Use Policy for information on making tour arrangements, and our Calendar for a list of sche
  21. The Boxborough Historical Society was founded in 1961 by a group of residents interested in preserving Boxborough's history and passing it along to the next generation. Unlike the Historical Commision, which is a Town Committee created under State mandate, limited by State regulations, and filled by appointments by the Selectmen, the Historical Society is a private, non-profit group of volunteers which elects its officers and can accept artifacts and tax deductible contributions. Working together with the Historical Commission and other Town groups, The Historical Society is dedicate
  22. About Us: From our 1748 Ocean House headquarters, the Ashland Historical Society, Inc. provides information on the history of Ashland and its people. Our Mission Statement: "To preserve and present the history of the Town of Ashland, Massachusetts." Organization: Ashland Historical Society is a private, non-profit educational charity organized under Chapter 501 © (3). We are an all-volunteer organization, and welcome new members! http://www.ashlandhi...es/default.aspx Ashland Histo
  23. For more than 100 years the Bedford Historical Society has been collecting and preserving all things related to Bedford and it's history. We own an extensive array of letters, photographs, family Bibles, maps, official documents, household belongings, postcards, records of social organizations, newspaper clippings, souvenirs of important events, family collections of letters and pictures, business records, children’s toys and books, and much, much more. http://www.bedfordmahistory.org/ We are a private, nonprofit organization devoted to the preservation of Bedford’s history. W
  24. The Arlington Historical Society, with offices in the Smith Museum, hosts a yearly lecture series as well as offering individual and group tours of the historic Jason Russell House. Through its education and outreach program, the Arlington Historical Society welcomes school classes and scout groups to explore life in colonial America. Society Objectives Promote and encourage the knowledge of the history of the Town of Arlington and the preservation of its antiquities. Disseminate historical information in the Town and elsewhere. Preserve and operate the Jason Russell Ho
  25. We created this page to display county information for each state. Our team is engaged in building out the content to populate this page, sharing genealogy and history information. In the near future, we will be adding our library records which contain Books, Newspapers, Photos, Postcards, and other unique materials. Some of these are being presented to connect descendants with their family heirlooms (postcards, journals, Bibles). These library records will also be useful to those wanting assistance in finding an entry for their ancestors; we will perform "lookups" as time permits. I
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