Danvers

The Rebecca Nurse Homestead
http://www.rebeccanurse.org/

Danvers Historical Society
http://www.danvershistory.org/

Peabody Institute Library: Danvers Archival Center
http://www.danverslibrary.org/archives/archives2.html

Historical Sites of Danvers
http://etext.virginia.edu/salem/witchcraft/Danvers.html

Salem Village Witchcraft Victims’ Memorial
http://www.hmdb.org/marker.asp?marker=18518

Salem Witch Trials Documentary Archives and Transcription Project
http://etext.virginia.edu/salem/witchcraft/

Books

Danvers, Massachusetts: a resume of her past history and progress, together with a condensed summary of her industrial advantages and development: biographies of prominent Danvers men and a series of comprehensive sketches of her representative manufacturing and commercial enterprises (1899), by Frank E. Moynahan

Vital records of Danvers, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849, Volume 1.–Births (1909)

Vital records of Danvers, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849, Volume 2.–Marriages and Deaths (1909)

Chronicles of Danvers (old Salem village) Massachusetts, 1632-1923 (1923), by Harriet Silvester Tapley

Historical collections of the Danvers Historical Society, Vol. 1 (1913)

Historical collections of the Danvers Historical Society, Vol. 4 (1916)

Historical collections of the Danvers Historical Society, Vol. 5 (1917)

Index to the Historical collections of the Danvers Historical Society, Volumes I-V (1919)

Historical collections of the Danvers Historical Society, Vol. 6 (1918)

Historical collections of the Danvers Historical Society, Vol. 7 (1919)

Historical collections of the Danvers Historical Society, Vol. 8 (1920)

Historical collections of the Danvers Historical Society, Vol. 9 (1921)

Historical collections of the Danvers Historical Society, Vol. 10 (1922)

An address commemorative of seven young men of Danvers, who were slain in the battle of Lexington; delivered in the Old South meeting house, in Danvers, on the sixtieth anniversary of the battle. With notes (1835), by Daniel P. King

Account of the centennial celebration in Danvers, June 16, 1852, together with the proceedings of the town in relation to the donation of George Peabody, Esq., of London (1852)

Danvers: a poem written for the centennial celebration, June 16, 1852 (1852), by Andrew Nichols

Proceedings at the celebration of the two hundredth anniversary of the first parish at Salem Village, now Danvers, October 8, 1872; with an historical address by Charles B. Rice, minister of the parish (1874)

Old anti-slavery days: Proceedings of the commemorative meeting, held by the Danvers Historical Society, at the town hall, Danvers, April 26, 1893, with introduction, lecture and sketches (1893)

The celebration of the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the establishment of the town of Danvers (1907)

Historical sketch of School District Number Thirteen, North Danvers : or as it is known abroad, Danvers Plains, or by its ancient name, Porter’s Plains, to distinguish it from Shillaber’s Plains, South Danvers (1855)

Reminiscences of John Greenleaf Whittier’s life at Oak Knoll, Danvers, Mass. (1908), by Abby J. Woodman

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