Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony

Featured image: my treasured copies of Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. 

Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony

Part I Historical. Part II Houses and Lands

At the beginning of the 20th Century, Ipswich pastor Thomas Franklin Waters, founder of the Ipswich Historical Society, wrote the two volume set Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. They are the authoritative source for research about the town from its early beginnings up to the 20th Century, and my copies are well-worn from use.

The two volumes are online through Archive.org and I provide links below to each chapter:

Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, Vol. I: 1633-1700, published in 1905

Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, Vol. II: 1700-1917, published in 1917

Publications of the Ipswich Historical Society

The following papers were presented by Thomas Franklin Waters and other members of the Ipswich Historical Society during the late 19th and early 20th Century.

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