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front View Along the Cold River, Eastern Slope of Mohawk Trail
c. 1915
This section of the Mohawk Trail in western Massachusetts runs beside the Cold River.
Page 1 "Finance Report of the Town of Deerfield. 1860-61."
The town of Deerfield, Massachusetts, itemized its expenses in the fiscal year from 1860 to 1861.
Cover "Annual Report of the Treasuer, Selectmen, and School Committee, To the Inhabitants of the Town of Deerfield"
The support of the poor of the town of Deerfield, Massachusetts, took more than a third of the budget in 1880, as this report details.
Title page "Map of Amherst Made For The Handbook of Amherst"
An 1891 sketch map of Amherst lays out the town's major streets and roads.
document "Terrible Horror" article from the Journal of Industry newspaper
May 23, 1874
Newspaper coverage of the Mill River flood of 1874 emphasized the horrors of the disaster.
document "Reservoir Disaster" article from the Gazette and Courier newspaper
May 25, 1874
Nine days after the Mill River flood, newspapers continued their coverage of the disaster by detailing the property losses and the costs of rebuilding.
document "Mill River Calamity" from "Harper's Weekly"
Jun 6, 1874
This etching depicts the route of the flood that devastated the villages of Williamsburg, Skinnerville, Haydenville and Leeds, Massachusetts.
front School Street Looking East, Athol, Mass.
c. 1907
This view of School Street in Athol, Massachusetts, shows a wide, tree-lined street that was not paved at the turn of the 20th century.
document "Chicopee, On Emergency Basis, Hopes Worst Past" article from unknown newspaper
The hurricane of 1938 was the most intense tropical storm ever to hit the northeastern United States.
document "Sidewalk Begun at So. Deerfield" article from Greenfield Daily Recorder-Gazette newspaper
Nov 16, 1934
Some work projects taken over by the New Deal began before the Roosevelt Administration came into office and even before the Great Depression.


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