Salem

Salem

The Comprehensive Salem Guide
http://www.salemweb.com/

Five Centuries of Salem Architecture
http://www.salemfocus.com/Houses.htm

Historic Salem, Inc.
http://www.historicsalem.org/

Salem Historical Society
http://www.salemhistorysociety.org/SHS/index.html

Salem Witchcraft Trials 1692
http://www.law.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/salem/salem.htm

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

The Salem Collection Archives
http://www.salemarchives.org/

Hawthorne in Salem
http://www.hawthorneinsalem.org/Introduction.html

McIntire Historic District
http://www.essexheritage.org/sites/mcintire.shtml#

Peabody Essex Museum
http://www.pem.org/

Salem Maritime National Historic Site
http://www.nps.gov/sama/index.htm

The House of the Seven Gables
http://www.7gables.org/

Salem Witch Museum
http://www.salemwitchmuseum.com/

The Witch House
http://www.salemweb.com/witchhouse/

Stephen Phillips House
http://www.historicnewengland.org/PhillipsMuseum/index.htm

Pickering House
http://pickeringhouse.org/

Old Town Hall
http://www.salemoldtownhall.com/

Hamilton Hall
http://www.hamiltonhall.org/

iSEESALEM Tours
http://www.iseesalem.com/

Books

A discourse pronounced at the request of the Essex historical society, on the 18th of September, 1828, in commemoration of the first settlement of Salem, in the state of Massachusetts. Pub. at the request of the society (1828), by Joseph Story

A new history of old Salem, and the towns adjacent–viz: Danvers, Beverly, Marblehead and Lynn (1842), by Ralph Noter

The Salem Directory (1851) by George Adams

Historical sketch of Salem, 1626-1879 (1879), by Charles S. Osgood and H.M. Batchelder

The fifth half century of the landing of John Endicott at Salem, Massachusetts. Commemorative exercises by the Essex Institute, September 18, 1878 (1879)

Visitors’ guide to Salem (1880)

Pocket guide to Salem, Mass. (1885)

Visitor’s guide to Salem (1892)

Old Salem Scrap Book, No. 1 (1900), by Fred A. Gannon

Old Salem Scrap Book, No. 5 (1900), by Fred A. Gannon

Old Salem Scrap Book, No. 9 (1900), by Fred A. Gannon

Account of Leslie’s Retreat at the North Bridge in Salem, on Sunday Feb’y 26, 1775 (1856), by Charles M. Endicott

Celebration at North Bridge, Salem, July 4th, 1862; Oration (1862), by George B. Loring

Patriots of Salem: Roll of honor of the officers and enlisted men, during the late Civil War, from Salem, Mass. (1877)

Memoirs of the Marstons of Salem: with a brief genealogy of some of their descendants (1873)

A sketch of the life and character of Dea. Joshua Upham of Salem, Mass. (1885), by James Upham

Records

Annals of Salem, Volume 1 (1845), by Joseph Barlow Felt

Annals of Salem, Volume 2 (1849), by Joseph Barlow Felt

Eighteenth century baptisms in Salem, Massachusetts: hitherto unpublished (1886), by James A. Emmerton

The records of the Salem Commoners, 1713-1739 (1903), copied by George Francis Dow

Vital records of Salem, Massachusetts to the end of the year 1849, Volume 1 (1916)

Vital records of Salem, Massachusetts to the end of the year 1849, Volume 2 (1918)

City of Salem; City Documents for 1883 (1884)

Salem Witch Trials

Lectures on witchcraft, comprising a history of the delusion in Salem, in 1692 (1831), by Charles W. Upham

Records of Salem witchcraft, copied from the original documents, Vol. I (1864)

Records of Salem witchcraft, copied from the original documents, Vol. II (1864)

Salem Witchcraft: Comprising More Wonders of the Invisible World, collected by Robert Calef; and Wonders of the Invisible World, by Cotton Mather; together with notes and explanations (1865) by Samuel P. Fowler

Salem witchcraft; with an account of Salem village and a history of opinions on witchcraft and kindred subjects, Vol. I (1867), by Charles W. Upham

Salem witchcraft; with an account of Salem village and a history of opinions on witchcraft and kindred subjects, Vol. II (1867), by Charles W. Upham

Cotton Mather and Salem witchcraft (1869), by William Frederick Poole

Salem Witchcraft and Cotton Mather: A Reply (1869), by Charles W. Upham

Witch hill: a history of Salem witchcraft. Including illustrative sketches of persons and places (1870), by Z.A. Mudge

The witchcraft delusion of 1692 by Gov. Thomas Hutchinson, From An Unpublished Manuscript (an Early Draft Of His History of Massachusetts) In The Massachusetts Archives with notes by William Frederick Poole (1870)

History of Salem Witchcraft: A Review of Charles W. Upham’s Great Work (1872)

The Psychology of the Salem Witchcraft Excitement of 1692, and Its Practical Application to Our Own Time (1882), by George M. Beard

Witchcraft illustrated. Witchcraft to be understood. Facts, theories and incidents. With a glance at old and new Salem and its historical resources (1892), by Henrietta D. Kimball

Salem witchcraft in outline: The story without the tedious detail (1895), by Caroline E. Upham

A Short History of the Salem Village Witchcraft Trials Illustrated by a Verbatim Report of the trial of Mrs. Elizabeth Howe; A Memorial of Her (1911), by M.V.P. Perley

Narratives of the witchcraft cases, 1648-1706 (1914), by George Lincoln Burr

Witchcraft in Salem Village in 1692, together with a review of the opinions of modern writers and psychologists in regard to outbreak of the evil in America, Fifth Edition (1916), by Winfield S. Nevins

Salem Maritime History

The old shipmasters of Salem (1905), by Charles E. Trow

The Derbys of Salem, Massachusetts: a study of eighteenth century commerce carried on by a family of typical New England merchants (1908), by Robert E. Peabody

The ships and sailors of old Salem (1912), by Ralph D. Paine

One hundredth anniversary of the building of “Cleopatra’s Barge” 1816-1916: Catalog of the commemorative exhibition held at the Peabody Museum (1916)

Salem vessels and their voyages: a history of the pepper trade with the island of Sumatra (1922), by George Granville Putnam

Institutions and Businesses

Brief sketch of the Peabody Academy of Science, Salem, Massachusetts (1900), by Edward Sylvester Morse

The Marine room of the Peabody Museum of Salem (1921)

Catalogue of the library of the Athenaeum, in Salem, Massachusetts: with the by-laws and regulations (1842)

The Salem Athenæum, 1810-1910 (1917), by Joseph N. Ashton

Historical sketch of the Salem Lyceum : with a list of the officers and lecturers since its formation in 1830. And an extract from the address of Gen. Henry K. Oliver, delivered at the opening of the fiftieth annual course of lectures, November 13th, 1878 (1879)

The Merchants national bank of Salem, Massachusetts: an historical sketch (1908), by Albert W. Dennis

The one hundred years of the Salem Savings Bank: glances at an interesting and useful past (1918)

The wood-carver of Salem: Samuel McIntire, his life and work (1916), by Frank Cousins, Phil M. Riley

Pageant of Salem for the benefit of the House of Seven Gables Settlement Association, Kernwood, Salem, Massachusetts (1913)

Churches and Ministers

First Church in Salem, Mass., 1634 (1871)

Correspondence between the First Church and at the Tabernacle Church in Salem in which the duties of the churches are discussed, and the rights of conscience vindicated (1832)

A memorial of the old and new Tabernacle, Salem, Mass., 1854-5 (1855), by Samuel M. Worcester

A semi-centennial address delivered in the Universalist Church, Salem, Mass. Thursday, August 4, 1859, on the occasion of celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the dedication of the church, and the installation of Rev. Edward Turner, both of which took place June 22, 1809 (1859), by Lemuel Willis

The diary of William Bentley D.D., pastor of the East Church, Salem, Massachusetts, Vol. I (1905)

The diary of William Bentley D.D., pastor of the East Church, Salem, Massachusetts, Vol. II (1907)

The diary of William Bentley D.D., pastor of the East Church, Salem, Massachusetts, Vol. III (1911)

The diary of William Bentley D.D., pastor of the East Church, Salem, Massachusetts, Vol. IV (1914)

The first centenary of the North church and society, in Salem, Massachusetts (1873)

Anniversary Sermon: a sermon delivered in the South Church, Salem, on the thirty-eighth anniversary of his ordination, by Brown Emerson, D.D. (1843)

The pastor’s jubilee; a discourse delivered in the South Church, Salem, Mass., April 25, 1855, by Brown Emerson, D.D. on the fiftieth asnniversary of his ordination (1855)

Hope for our country : a sermon preached, in the South Church, Salem, October 19, 1862 (1862), by Israel E. Dwinell

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One Response to Salem

  1. Dennis Osborn says:

    I am with the Ashtabula County Genealogical Society in Geneva, Ohio. I am research any information on the North Salem Baptist Chapel on Balcomb Street. Acting Pastor was Selden R. McCurdy and Arthur Sharp was Superintendent of Bible School. This information and photo of the Chapel are on a Broadside / Poster. Any information will be appreciated. Thank You. Dennis Osborn

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