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Russell Cutlery Factory
c. 1880
The John Russell Cutlery Company was located in Turners Falls, Massachusetts, in the late 19th century and was world-famous for its pocketknives, painters' spatulas, and druggists' knives.
front Tuscarora beadwork sellers
This is a stereopticon view of several Tuscarora (Iroquois) artisans selling their beadwork to tourists near Niagara Falls, New York, in 1889.
front Hoosac Tunnel
The Hoosac Tunnel, east end, is an engineering marvel of the 1800s in northwest Massachusetts.
front "Main Street from Arms's Store"
c. 1876
This view of Main Street in Greenfield, Massachusetts, was taken by Benjamin F. Popkins, a local photographer who lived and worked in Greenfield for much of the last half of the 19th century.
front Shelburne Falls, Mass.

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.
front Shelburne Falls

The falls of Shelburne Falls have been an important part of community life for centuries and its potholes continue to be a source of wonder.
front Turners Falls Dam and Canal

A stereoscope picture of the Turners Fall Dam and Canal made just before its complete reconstruction in 1869. The first canal, built 1798, is visible just to the right.
front Liberty Pole
c. 1865
This photograph of Greenfield, Massachusetts' liberty pole was taken soon after the Civil War; the town had a long tradition, probably dating from the Revolutionary period, of having a pole at the top of the Commons.
front Moody Homestead
This substantial farmhouse was the birthplace of Dwight L. Moody, who went on to spur a religious revival across the United States and Great Britain, and found Northfield School for Girls and Mount Hermon School.
front Prospect Hill School

An early 1870s photograph of the main building of the Prospect Hill School, the predecessor of today's Stoneleigh-Burnham School of Greenfield, Massachusetts.


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