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Volume 6
-Historical Trip through Danvers (continued)
-Diary of Archelaus Putnam of New Mills (continued)
-"Col." Milan Murphy
-Hathorne: Part of Salem Village in 1700
-"The Governor's Tree", A poem by Lucy Larcom
-Physicians of Danvers
-Danvers Aid for Fire Sufferers
-Some Wise Words of Old People
-A Tradition in the Waters Family
-First Exhibition of the Holten High School
-Newspaper Items Relating to Danvers
-Buildings Erected in Danvers in 1917
-The Salem Iron Factory
-Hathorne: Part of Salem Village in 1700
-Necrology

Volume 7
-The Danvers Post Office
-Newspaper Items Relating to Danvers
-The Old Ipswich Road
-Center of Salem Village in 1700
-Henry Putnam's Journey
-Physicians of Danvers
-Journal of Doctor Samuel Holten
-Wife of one of the "Signers"
-Buildings erected in Danvers in 1918
-Danvers People and their homes
-"The Elm-Tree Story, a poem
-An Old Tree
-Bill for teaching at Danversport
-Governor Endecott an Horticulturist
-Some account of Rev. Benjamin Balch
-From Rev. Dr. William Bentley's Diary
-The Plains: Part of Salem in 1700
-Recollections
-Necrology

Volume 8
-Old Tavern Days in Danvers
-Rial Side: Part of Salem in 1700
-The Washington News Room
-The Old Town of Danvers in 1765
-Physicians of Danvers
-Why Capt. Levi Preston fought
-History of the Roman Catholic Parish
-Danvers Ships and Ship Masters
-Journal of Doctor Samuel Holten
-Licensed Innholders in Danvers, 1694-1845
-Buildings Erected in Danvers in 1919
-Necrology

Volume 9
-"No. 10 Downing Street"
-Job Swinerton of Salem Village and some of his descendents
-Newspaper items relating to Danvers, 1870
-Where the Salem witches were hanged
-Danvers Ships and Ship Masters
-Danvers People and their homes
-"The Witch of Wenham"
-Direct Tax of Danvers in 1798
-Extracts from letters written by Israel P. Proctor to Charles P. Preston, 1837-1840
-Notes made by Judge Samuel Holten
-Extracts from "Text Books" of Deacon Joseph Seccombe, 1762-1777
-Petition of Salem Farmers, 1667
-Buildings erected in Danvers in 1920
-Necrology

F 74 D2 D42 Vol. 6-9 - Historical Collections of the Danvers Historical Society Volume 6 -Historical Trip through Danvers (continued) -Diary of Archelaus Putnam of New Mills (continued) -"Col." Milan Murphy -Hathorne: Part of Salem Village in 1700 -"The Governor's Tree", A poem by Lucy Larcom -Physicians of Danvers -Danvers Aid for Fire Sufferers -Some Wise Words of Old People -A Tradition in the Waters Family -First Exhibition of the Holten High School -Newspaper Items Relating to Danvers -Buildings Erected in Danvers in 1917 -The Salem Iron Factory -Hathorne: Part of Salem Village in 1700 -Necrology Volume 7 -The Danvers Post Office -Newspaper Items Relating to Danvers -The Old Ipswich Road -Center of Salem Village in 1700 -Henry Putnam's Journey -Physicians of Danvers -Journal of Doctor Samuel Holten -Wife of one of the "Signers" -Buildings erected in Danvers in 1918 -Danvers People and their homes -"The Elm-Tree Story, a poem -An Old Tree -Bill for teaching at Danversport -Governor Endecott an Horticulturist -Some account of Rev. Benjamin Balch -From Rev. Dr. William Bentley's Diary -The Plains: Part of Salem in 1700 -Recollections -Necrology Volume 8 -Old Tavern Days in Danvers -Rial Side: Part of Salem in 1700 -The Washington News Room -The Old Town of Danvers in 1765 -Physicians of Danvers -Why Capt. Levi Preston fought -History of the Roman Catholic Parish -Danvers Ships and Ship Masters -Journal of Doctor Samuel Holten -Licensed Innholders in Danvers, 1694-1845 -Buildings Erected in Danvers in 1919 -Necrology Volume 9 -"No. 10 Downing Street" -Job Swinerton of Salem Village and some of his descendents -Newspaper items relating to Danvers, 1870 -Where the Salem witches were hanged -Danvers Ships and Ship Masters -Danvers People and their homes -"The Witch of Wenham" -Direct Tax of Danvers in 1798 -Extracts from letters written by Israel P. Proctor to Charles P. Preston, 1837-1840 -Notes made by Judge Samuel Holten -Extracts from "Text Books" of Deacon Joseph Seccombe, 1762-1777 -Petition of Salem Farmers, 1667 -Buildings erected in Danvers in 1920 -Necrology

Object Type: Library