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Old houses of Salem

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Two discourses

By: Flint, James, 1779-1855
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Reminiscences of a New England church and people

By: Smith, Sarah Eden.
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The Salem Fire

By: Jones, Arthur Barnett, 1871

...died the fire question in all its phases, read papers at meet- ings of the Massachusetts State Firemen's As- sociation twice, has delivered his illust... ...ne and Telegraph Company, M. E. Robb, photographer, Tichnor Bros., Boston, Mass., R. Brackett, Boston, the of- ficers of the fire departments who resp... ...SALEM FIRE THE SALEM FIRE CHAPTER I Salem of the Past THE 'Witch City," Salem, Mass., originally called "Naumkeag," was settled in 1626. It was set... ...IRE THE SALEM FIRE CHAPTER I Salem of the Past THE 'Witch City," Salem, Mass., originally called "Naumkeag," was settled in 1626. It was settled by... ...pany in 1628. June 24, 1629, Salem was incorporated and was the capital of Massachusetts Bay Colony until Gover- nor Winthrop succeeded Governor Endic... ...rey. Philip and Mary English escaped by flight from the jail at Boston. In Salem, October 5, 1774, the first Pro- visional Congress assembled, by its ... ...tion. As applied locally, high pressure mains could have been installed in Salem, at a cost of $150,000.00, bonded over a period of ten years, $15,000... ...man, Charles McCarthy of Engine 39, Boston, and Captain Remon of Engine 3, Salem, hit in the face by flying noz- zles. Captains Preble and Kelly of Ly... ...Captains Preble and Kelly of Lynn, overcome by smoke, James Hoey, Truck i, Salem, three broken ribs, and Frank King, Engine 4, Salem, arms burned. The...

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Historic Salem, Points of Interest

By: Belknap, Henry Wyckoff.

...ys the stream of summer tourists becomes noticeable in the streets of historic Salem, and once again the old town extends its perennial welcome to all... ...ffield Patent, dated in 1623, authorizing the settlement of the North Shore of Massachusetts by Roger Conant and his companions, who stopped first for... ...ds the Peabody Museum quite as compelling in its interest. This is housed in a massive granite building, built in 1824, in which the lower floor was a... ...until 1785. In this, in 1774, sat the last General Assembly of the Province of Massachusetts Bay, which on June 17th, in defiance of Governor Gage, ch...

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A Discourse Pronounced at the Request of the Essex Historical Society, On the 18Th of September, 1828, In Commemoration of the First Settlement of Salem, In the State of Massachusetts. Pub. At the Request of the Society

By: Story, Joseph, 1779-1845

...ER, 1828, IN COMMEMORATION OF THE FIRST SETTLEMENT OF SALEM, IN THE STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS. JOSEPH .STORY. L PUBLISHED AT THE REQUEST OF THE SOCIETY. ... ...ETY. BOSTON: MILLIARD, GRAY, LITTLE, AND WILKINS. 1828. 105*3 ^ DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS, to wit : DISTRICT CLERK'S OFFICE. BE IT REMEMBERED, that o... ...er, 1828, in Commemoration of the first Settlement of Salem, in the State of Massachusetts. By Joseph Story." In conformity to the act of the Congress... ...tching historical and other prints." JNO. W. DAVIS, Clerk of the District of Massachusetts. CAMBRIDGE : BILLIARD, METCALF, AND COMPANY, Printers to th... ...re devoted to religion, that the same im- pulse effected the colonization of Massachusetts. This is not left to tradition ; but is the sober truth of ...

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The Annals of Salem, From Its First Settlement

By: Felt, Joseph Barlow, 1789-1869

... IVES WASHINGTON STREET. Printed at llio Observer Office. 1827. DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS, TO WIT : District ChrK's Office. BE it remembered, That on... ...ching Historical and other Flints." JNO. VV. DAVIS, Clerk of the District of Massachusetts. IINDINQ > 4 ;>. A 1699.) ADVERTISEMENT. The materials of ... ...ipal lead. His heart w^as strongly set on the es- tablishment of colonies in Massachusetts. His chief 6 desire and exertion for them were, that tlicy... ...arch 19th, 1627, O. S., but 1628, N. S., conveyed the soil, then demominatcd Massacluisetts Bay, to Sir Henry tlos- well, Sir John Young, Knights, Joh... ...exhortation, say on." The establishment of the Church, not only the first of Salem, but, also, of all Massachusetts Proper, must have filled the heart... ...ur State. Though a good degree of harmony prevailed among the inhabitants of Salem, yet it was not perfect. The Messrs. Browns, already named, as reco... ...England. The latter had so located his property and formed his connexions in Salem, he would have had more difticul- ty in renewing his abode than the... ...there this winter to do Mr. Skelton a pleas- ure to keep his for him here at Salem, that he might have the benefit of their milk. And I und(!rstand by... ... dren, and rest Vour unfeigned and loving friend to connnand, JO. ENDICOTT." Salem, April \2tli, 1631. d4 This letter goes to show, with known facts,...

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Address of Henry L. Williams

By: Salem (Mass.), City Council; Williams, Henry L.

...... ...... ...D AT THE OFFICE OF THE SALEM GAZETTE. 1876. CITY OF SALEM. In City Council, Salem, May 8, 1876. The Committee on the extension of the City Hall, take... ...was subsequently adopted. See Record of Ordinances.) In Mayor and Aldermen, Salem, May 8, 1876. Ordered, that a message be sent to the Common Council... ... Town and City accommodation for government officers since the settlement of Salem, two and one-half centuries ago. Such a sketch of our municipal his... ...e, in 1774, on the 5th of October, the General Court having been convened at Salem, the Governor issued his proc- lamation dissolving the Assembly, bu... ...nue to the several States, which was made in proportion to their population, Massachusetts in turn dis- tributed her share among the several municipal...

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The Annals of Salem, From Its First Settlement

By: Felt, Joseph Barlow, 1789-1869; Israel Thorndike Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)

...ES W^HINGTON STREET. Printed at tlie Observer Offire. 1827. 0\- DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS, TO WIT ; District Clerk''s Office. BE it rPinrmbeied, That... ...tching Historical and other Prints." JNO. W. DAVIS, Clerk of the District of Massachusetts. ADVERTISEMENT- The materials of the following pages have ... ...LV(; AT CAPK ANNK. OR, THE CHARTER OF IRST PERMANENT COLONY OX THE TERRI FHE MASSACnUoETTS UOMPANY.now discover publ.sl.ed from the Original Manuscrip... ...cipal lead. His heart was strongly set on the es- tablishment of colonies in Massachusetts. His chief desire and exertion for them were, that they mi... ...exhortation, say on." The establishment of the Church, not only the first of Salem, but, also, of all Massachusetts Proper, must have filled the heart... ...ur State. Though a good degree of harmony prevailed among the inhabitants of Salem, yet it was not perfect. The Messrs. Browns, already named, as reco... ...England. The latter had so located his property and formed his connexions in Salem, he would have had more difficul- ty in renewing his abode than the... ...liere this winter to do Mr. Skelton a pleas- ure to keep his for him here at Salem, that he might haA-e the benefit of their milk. And 1 understand by... ...- dren, and rest Your unfeigned and loving friend to command, JO. ENDICOTT." Salem, April 12th, 1631. .54 This letter goes to shoAv, with known facts...

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The Annals of Salem, From Its First Settlement

By: Felt, Joseph Barlow, 1789-1869; Israel Thorndike Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)

...ON STREET. Printed at the Observer Office. 1827. iVf^ -^ .Si Ts DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS, TO WIT ; District Clerk's Office. BE it remembered, That o... ...cipal lead. His heart was strongly set on the es- tablishment of colonies in Massachusetts. His chief desire and exertion for them were, that they mi... ...arch 19th, 1627, O. S., but 1628, N. S., conveyed the soil, then demominated Massachusetts Bay, to Sir Henry Ros- well. Sir John Young, Knights, John ... ...hes on the jealousy which had existed between the supporters of Plymouth and Massachusetts colonies, in reference lo ecclesiastical discipline. The fo... ...exhortation, say on." The establishment of the Church, not only the first of Salem, but, also, of all Massachusetts Proper, must have filled the heart... ...ur State. Though a good degree of harmony prevailed among the inhabitants of Salem, yet it was not perfect. The Messrs. Browns, already named, as reco... ...England. The latter had so located his property and formed his connexions in Salem, he would have had more difficul- ty in renewing his abode than the... ...there this winter to do Mr. Skelton a pleas- ure to keep his for him here at Salem, that he might have the benefit of their milk. And I understand by ... ... dren, and rest Your unfeigned and loving friend to command, JO. ENDICOTT.'" Salem, April I2th, 1631. This letter goes to show, witli known facts, th...

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Annals of Salem : Vol. 1

By: Felt, Joseph Barlow, 1789-1869

...seph B. Felt, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District oJ Massachusetts. Reprintedby Higginson Book Company Derby Square Salem, Mas... ...hey were ready to endure the utmost privation and suffering. On the map ^ of Massachusetts and part of Maine, as described by Captain John Smith, in 1... ...were pitty that those, which observed it not, should change into the name of Salem, though upon a faire ground, inremembrance of a peace setled upon a... ... Its northwardly line was Salem to Andover ; and its southwardly, Medford to Massachu- setts Bay. As occupied and denominated by our an- cestors, it o... ...visedly on matters of this kind. He informs us, that Naumkeag was altered to Salem, by a cler- gyman ^ soon after his coming hither, and circumstan- c... ...nce extinct. Among the principal Indian nations ^ of New Eng- land, were the Massachusetts and Pawtuckets. The former held sway over the tribes of Wee... ...,^ the three sons who succeeded him claimed "all y" lands in these parts, as Salem, Marblehead, Linn, and as far as Mistick." For a second husband, th... ...e came of age, he was acknowledged to be Saga- more of the few Indians about Salem, yet there can be no reasonable doubt but that such was the fact. G... ... lish, Bass river, so comprehending all y^ land belonging to the township of Salem, according as it is butted and bounded with, and upon y* towns of B...

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The Claims of the Tabernacle Church, To Beconsidered the Third Church in Salem; Or, The Church of 1735

By: Tabernacle Church (Salem, Mass.)

...ll importance. In a legacy, for example, bequeathed to the Third Church in Salem, it would be a fair question at law, whether the South Church or the ... ...Third Church, and also to be considered the Third Congregational Church in Salem, as being the origi- nal Third Church of 1735. We, on the other hand,... ...led agreeably to Letters Mis- sive , notfrom the Third Church of Christ in Salem,— but from Benjamin Ropes, John Gardner, etc., fourteen in all, " rep... ...consented to take the name of the Third Congregational Church of Christ in Salem, and that they are entitled to all tiie privileges of that Church" ! ... ...1775 : " By the representation made to this presbytery in their session at Salem, last September, it was made abundantly to appear by Dr. Whitaker in ... ...ional and Presbyterian ministers, who were settled in the County of Essex, Mass., from the first settlement to the year 1834. By Rev. Joseph B. Felt, ... ...rst settlement to the year 1834. By Rev. Joseph B. Felt, late of Hamilton, Mass." For the ministers of the Tabernacle and South Churches, we have the ... ...since the constitu- tion or beginnmg of all the Congregational Churches in Massachusetts:—for the Tabernacle Church, 111, and for the South, 71. There...

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A Discourse Pronounced at the Request of the Essex Historical Society, On the 18Th of September, 1828, In Commemoration of the First Settlement of Salem, In the State of Massachusetts. Pub. At the Request of the Society

By: Story, Joseph, 1779-1845.; Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress); Jacob Bailey Moore Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)

...ER, 1823, IN COMMEMORATION OF THE FIRST SETTLEMENT OF SALEM, IN THE STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS. BY JOSEPH STORY. PUBLISHED AT THE REQUEST OF THE SOCIETY. ... ...E SOCIETY. BOSTON: HILLIARD, GRAY, LITTLE, AND WILKINS. 182S. L DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS, to wit . DISTRICT CLERK'S OFFICE. Be it remembered, that o... ... on the 18th of September, 1828, in Commemoration of the first Settlement of Salem, in the State of Massachusetts. By Joseph Story."—In conformity to ... ...er, 1828, in Commemoration of the first Settlement of Salem, in the State of Massachusetts. By Joseph Story."—In conformity to the act of the Congress... ...etching historical and other prints." JNO. W. DAVIS, Clerk ofthe District of Massachusetts. CAMBRIDGE : HILMARD, METCALF, AND COMPANY, Printers to tlt... ...re devoted to religion, that the same im- pulse effected the colonization of Massachusetts. This is not left to tradition ; but is the sober truth of ...

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Visitor's Guide to Salem

By: Hunt, Thomas Franklin, 1841-1898; Batchelder, Henry Morrill, 1852

... PE^€E'15'(5ENTS • W.8.FISH. PfiOTO-lNG. BOSTON 227 AND 229 ESSEX STREET, SALEM, MASS. LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS OF KVEKY VART1':T^'. WATCHES, JEWELRY... ...15'(5ENTS • W.8.FISH. PfiOTO-lNG. BOSTON 227 AND 229 ESSEX STREET, SALEM, MASS. LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS OF KVEKY VART1':T^'. WATCHES, JEWELRY, AND F... ...Prices the Lowest. JOHN p. PEABODY. . -J \ VISITORS' GUIDE TO SALEM. /. h SALEM, MASS. HEXRY P. IVE8. PUHLISHEK 1880. r nu C0I=:^I2/IC3-T3:T, 1880. ... ...the Lowest. JOHN p. PEABODY. . -J \ VISITORS' GUIDE TO SALEM. /. h SALEM, MASS. HEXRY P. IVE8. PUHLISHEK 1880. r nu C0I=:^I2/IC3-T3:T, 1880. TRESS O... ...wn advertisements, representing substantial and well-known business firms. Salem, Mass., May, 1880. V. LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS. Old Houses, ' First Chu... ...rtisements, representing substantial and well-known business firms. Salem, Mass., May, 1880. V. LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS. Old Houses, ' First Church—Int... ...ompanions in 1626. They had previously settled at Cape Ann, but removed to Salem, then called Naum- keag, as a more desirable locality. An interest wa... ...arter was granted, and a new company sailed from England for the shores of Massachusetts Bay. This company, headed by John Endicott, landed at Salem o... ...ides those executed, several hundred were convicted, but were released. In Salem, on Oct. 5, 1774, assembled the First Pro- vincial Congress, which pa...

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The New Salem sesqui-centennial : report of the addresses and proceedings of the celebration of the 150th anniversary of the incorporation of the town of New Salem, at New Salem on Thursday, Aug. 20th, 1903

...ration of tbe isotb JInniversary of the Tn- corporation of the Cown of new Salem, at Hew Salem on Cbur$dav,J1ud. 20tb, 1903 « « • « Itt^ol, Pass.; flT... ... of Regret, 54-6o Various Addresses, 61-62 Bear's Den, 63 Geography of New Salem, 64-5 Antiquarian Exhibit, 66-69 The Old Gun—Where is it? 70-72 New S... ...ored their frail bark on the wild New Eng- land shore. Welcome back to New Salem, to its academy, and all the old associations which cluster about thi... ...will maintain her well-merited reputation. Once more all roads lead to New Salem, the latch-string is out, and again I extended to you all a most cord... ...enced by argument slowly, by event quickly. It was the event of the Boston massacre that influenced the public mind, already aflame, to a higher and m... ...ny years ago. Mr. Irwin told of the many acts of loyalty which occurred in Massachusetts in early days, and of her record along patriotic lines. Educa... ...leard. Concerning the history of the territory occupied by the town of New Salem, previous to its occupation by the white man, we know but little, and... ... At that time the population was larger than any other town in the county. Massachusetts was not in favor of the war of 18 12, and Gov. Strong refused... ...dered a draft for a regiment of .soldiers, for the defence of the coast of Massachu.setts, from the towns of this vicinity, with orders to report at N...

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New Salem pictures. This booklet, with the exception of the last four sketches, contains brief descriptions of a number of residents of New Salem, Mass. They were originally published in the Athol transcript, Athol, Mass., from Dec. 19, 1911 to Sept.24, 1

By: Adadourian, Haig

...our sketches, Contains brief descriptions of a number of the Residents ofNew Salem, Mass. They were originally published in The Athol Transcript, Atho... ...tches, Contains brief descriptions of a number of the Residents ofNew Salem, Mass. They were originally published in The Athol Transcript, Athol, Mass... ...- Rev. Haig Adadourian Minister Center and North Congregational Churches NEW SALEM, MASS. ATHOL. MASS. The Athol Transcript Company 1913 TO WILLIAM D... ...Haig Adadourian Minister Center and North Congregational Churches NEW SALEM, MASS. ATHOL. MASS. The Athol Transcript Company 1913 TO WILLIAM DEHON KI... ...13 TO WILLIAM DEHON KING, Esqr., Of Newport, R. I., and Manomet (Plymouth), Mass. A Scholarly Gentleman and A Genuine Friend THIS BOOKLET IS DEDICATE... ...te, he is, bycommon consent, a sterlinggood fellow. A native of the state of Massachusetts, he lives in the state of un- alloyed "Bliss" of singleness... ...el," who, although a dutiful daughter of dear old Vermont, dearly loves Dame Massachusetts. And be- cause of her warm-heartedness, her living Christia...

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Visitor's guide to Salem

By: Hunt, T. F. (Thomas Franklin), 1841-1898, Compiler; Batchelder, H. M. (Henry Morrill), 1852- joint comp
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Visitors' guide to Salem

By: Hunt, T. F. (Thomas Franklin), 1841-1898, Compiler; Batchelder, H. M. (Henry Morrill), 1852- joint comp
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Visitor's guide to Salem

By: Hunt, T. F. (Thomas Franklin), 1841-1898; Batchelder, H. M. (Henry Morrill), 1852; Robinson, John; Essex Institute
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Town records of Salem Massachusetts. [v.1]- 1634-; Volume: 2

By: Salem (Mass. ); Howes, Martha O; Perley, Sidney, 1858-1928; Essex Institute
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