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Cover "A Record of Sunderland in the Civil War of 1861 to 1865"
A town history commissioned in 1880 describes in some detail the Civil War stories of all the soldiers who served from Sunderland, Massachusetts.
document Memorial Print announcing the death of Hariet A. Cooley
c. 1870
This printed memorial was painted and personalized with a tribute to the four-year-old Hariet Cooley.
document Austin Towers' receipt from the Shelburne Falls Marble Co.
Dec 29, 1896
The Shelburne Falls Marble Company, one of the town's leading industries, was operated by David Temple. Temple was an important town leader who was instrumental in building Shelburne's trolley links to the world.
Title page Puritan Village patterns from "Historical Atlas of Massachusetts"
The layout of towns tells us a lot about the culture and society they belong to. The Puritan town sought to give its residents as equal a set of land as possible, using a model created in England and modified for the New World.
document "Deerfield"- Sheldon talks about Monuments
Aug 2, 1869
George Sheldon argued in this newspaper article that the town of Deerfield, Massachusetts, needed to mobilize to erect a memorial at the mass grave of the 1704 raid on Deerfield.
document "Deerfield Street"- Rebuttal on Monuments
Sep 6, 1869
In 1869, a rare dissenting voice in this Greenfield Gazette and Courier article objected to the extent which Deerfield, Massachusetts, eulogized its past though monuments and memorials.
document "Greenfield Granite and Marble Co." advertisement
Jun 28, 1900
The Greenfield Granite and Marble Company was founded by the Temple Brothers of Vermont and Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, and is now known as Negus & Taylor.
document "Deerfield" regarding Monument Banter
Oct 11, 1869
Deerfield, Massachusetts, built its first commemorative monument in the 1860s and although many in the town supported the effort, some, like the writer of this article, gently objected.
Page 1 Letter to George and Elizabeth Fuller
Oct 15, 1840
This letter from Augustus Fuller, who is in Boston, to his brother and sister in Deerfield, Massachusetts, touches upon the issues in the presidential campaign of 1840.
document "Congress Jan. 9" article from Greenfield Gazette and Franklin Herald newspaper
Jan 17, 1837
John Quincy Adams (1767-1848), President of the United States from 1825-1829, was elected to the House of Representatives in 1830.


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