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Barnstable Historical Society

The Society is located in the house originally built by Sylvanus B. Phinney, also founder of the Barnstable Patriot newspaper and still in existence today. The Society purchased this home as it’s permanent home from the Jones family of Barnstable. The property encompasses 2.75 acres and is located in close proximity to the Sturgis Library […]

Barre Historical Society

Here at the Barre Historical Society we know the importance of not only preserving history but also sharing it with the public. We work hard to maintain our archives as well as museum displays so that they may be shared with future generations. Throughout the year we offer a variety of lectures and programs of […]

Bedford Historical Society, Inc.

The Bedford Historical Society, Inc., is a non-profit organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS tax code. Since 1893, the Bedford Historical Society has been collecting and sharing the stories of Bedford and its residents.  The Society maintains the largest existing private collection of Bedford artifacts, memorabilia, and photographs.  Documents date from 1651, the collection of […]

Belchertown Historical Association

The Belchertown Historical Association was founded during March 1903, “for the preservation and exhibition of articles of historic interest on account of age or association with the past history of the town.” The Stone House Museum, at 20 Maple Street, became the BHA’s showcase in 1922.

Belmont Historical Society

The Belmont Historical Society is an all-volunteer organization entrusted with preserving the history of Belmont for future generations. In order to achieve this goal we rely on your active participation.

Berkley Historical Society

Berkshire Historical Society

The Margaret H. Hall Library and Archives contains over 200 cubic feet of manuscripts, 170 linear feet of books, 150 maps and atlases, 350 oral history tapes, and 14,000 photographic images. A finding aid to the manuscript collections can be found here. The Archives is available by appointment for public use. Members of the Berkshire […]

Berlin Art and Historical Society

The Berlin Art and Historical Society is a charitable corporation formed under state law, which has a membership, officers and programs of its own.  It also works to support the Historical Commission’s work in various ways, assisting with care and management of the town historical collection, and providing major financial and volunteer support for the […]

Beverly Historical Society and Museum

Historic Beverly has been preserving and caring for Beverly’s past since 1891 and the 1781 John Cabot House has been our headquarters since 1892, and is home to a collection of nearly a million objects and documents related to Beverly and the North Shore of Massachusetts

Black Tavern Historical Society

The Black Tavern in Dudley, Massachusetts is presently the only building in Dudley on the U.S. Department of the Interior’s National Register of Historic Buildings.  Three structures make up The Black Tavern; the Tavern, the annex/shop, and the Barn.  The Black Tavern Historical Society (BTHS) was established in 1983 by an extremely dedicated group of preservation-minded local residents in […]

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