In March of 2001, the Eight Towns and the Great Marsh Committee in cooperation with organizations such as Mass Audubon and the US Fish and Wildlife Service, as well as local citizens and students, produced a short videotape about the Great Marsh. The Committee promotes the value of this resource and place it in the context of the historical landscape, by illustrating uses of the marsh over time, its economic benefits, its value for recreation, and its importance as habitat for countless plant and animal species.
- The Conscience of a Loyalist
- Early settlers of Ipswich
- Ipswich and the Salem witchcraft trials
- "Kiss of Death" at New England textile mills
- Painting your historic house, a guide to colors and color schemes
- Four-year-old Dorothy Good is jailed for witchcraft, March 24, 1692
- A Chronology of Ipswich history
- Historic houses of Ipswich
- The Great Dying 1616-1619, "By God’s visitation, a wonderful plague"
- First Period construction