Natick Historical Society

Natick Praying Indians

Natick Walking Tours

Remembering Favorite Places: Growing up in Natick and Metrowest

Morse Institute Library

Bacon Free Library


A sermon, delivered at Natick, January 5, 1817, containing a history of said town, from 1651 to the day of delivery (1817), by Martin Moore

Statement of facts, relative to the last will of the late Mrs. Badger of Natick which was Disallowed on the Final Hearing (1824)

History of the town of Natick, Mass. from the days of the apostolic Eliot, MDCL, to the present time, MDCCCXXX (1830), by William Biglow

Christianity designed and adapted to be a universal religion: A discourse delivered at the ordination of the Rev. James W. Thompson, as pastor of the South Congregational Society, in Natick, Feb. 17, 1830 (1830), by Alexander Young

A History of Natick, from its First Settlement in 1651 to the Present Time (1856), by Oliver N. Bacon

Nonantum and Natick (1856), by Sarah S. Jacobs

Oldtown Folks (1869), by Harriet Beecher Stowe

Addresses Delivered by Rev. J.P. Sheafe, Jr., and Rev. Horatio Alger, at the Semi-Centennial Celebration of the Dedication of the First Unitarian Church, South Natick, November 20, 1878 (1879)

A catalogue of the Library of the Morse Institute, Natick, Mass. (1882)

A Review of the first fourteen years of the Historical, Natural History and Library Society of South Natick, Mass., with the field-day proceedings of 1881-1882-1883 (1884)

Natick, Massachusetts, Its advantages for residence, and as a place of business (1889), by Amos P. Cheney

Boutwell’s ready reference book and pocket Memoranda for Natick (1889)

The Significance of John Eliot’s Natick and the Name Merrimac (1901), by William Wallace Tooker

The historical collections of the Historical, Natural History and Library Society, Vol. I (1909)

Vital records of Natick, Massachusetts, to the year 1850 (1910), compiled by Thomas W. Baldwin