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front "Negroes waiting at the depot"
1856-1858
1994.20.03.24
George Fuller of Deerfield, Massachusetts, made this sketch, "Negroes Waiting at the depot," in Mobile, Alabama in 1857.
front Hoosac Tunnel
1890-1899
1993.16.06
The Hoosac Tunnel, east end, is an engineering marvel of the 1800s in northwest Massachusetts.
front Shelburne Falls, Mass.

1993.16.02
This image, taken in October 1869 by a local photographer, depicts the dam and swollen Deerfield River shortly after a massive flood destroyed bridges, factory buildings, mills and homes.
Title page "Ten Years of Massachusetts"
1888
L01.121
Massachusetts led the country in reforming conditions for working women and children by passing a large number of labor laws in the 1870s.
front Farley, Mass., Rattlesnake Mt. in Distance

1997.08.01.0103
Farley, Massachusetts, is located on a falls of the Millers River between Millers Falls and Erving. It was the site of several manufacturing plants in the late 19th century.
front Rail Road, Station, Northampton, Mass.
1909
1997.08.01.0108
During the late 19th and early 20th centuries Northampton, Massachusetts, became a major thoroughfare for both freight and passenger railways.
front Railway Station, Athol, Mass.
1911
1997.08.01.0126
Athol's railroad station, first built in 1873, was rebuilt as a one-story building after a devastating fire in 1892. Today, it is Athol's bus depot.
front Upper Suspension Bridge and View of Riverside, From Prospect Street, Turners Falls, Mass.
1906
1999.03.0069
The Upper Suspension Bridge (or "Red Suspension Bridge") of Turners Falls, Massachusetts, connected that town with Gill, Massachusetts. It was built in 1878 and closed in 1938.
front John Russell Cutlery Works, Turners Falls, Mass.
1900-1910
1997.31.23
Founded in Greenfield in 1834, this water-powered factory built in 1870 employed highly skilled craftsmen from the United States, Ireland and Germany.
front Armed Railroad Car
1918-1919
1996.12.3634
An American officer examines a Russian armored train in Siberia in 1918.

 

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