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Located on the corner of Furnace and Plymouth Streets, this building was built around 1800; water rights were initially acquired by Deacon Samuel Sturtevant in 1728; a furnace mill which closed in approximately 1845; then became a shoddy and cotton…

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Wood homestead on Thompson Street. The site is on the opposite side of the street from where Ebenezer Wood manufactured gravestones. The business is no longer there.

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Dedication Proclamation for the original home site of Halifax's first settler John Thomson by the Halifax Bi-Centennial Committee. The Jabez Thompson site was dedicated in 1934

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Dr. Nathaniel Morton, Power of Attorney for Benjamin Carter of Rhode Island

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Your invitation to visit Halifax, Mass. The neighborly Town of Plymouth County.

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Deed from Stephan Bryant, Yeoman to Barnabes Briggs, July 15, 1773 for a cost of 7 pounds. Signed by Stephan and Rebecca Bryant. Witnessed by Moly Bryant (x) and Gamiel Bryant. Purchased from Austin Bean[?] on April 20, 1770.

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A Social Party will be given at the Town Hall, Halifax, Wed. evening, Oct. 29. Under the management of C.E.H. & N.L.C., to which your company with ladies is solicited.

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Newspaper Clipping. "Kilroy's Christmas Trolley," by Richard Pritchett in Pictorial Living Colorado Magazine, December 12, 1975. Page 16. The Kilroy family lived in Halifax, Massachusetts

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1879 Map of Halifax, Massachusetts showing residences, roads, lake, ponds and rivers

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Map of Halifax, Massachusetts 1879. On bottom of map shows dimension of Silver Lake measured in the ice. Frame (rope-design) was made by Leonard C. Washburn from mahogany and taken from the wreck of the side-wheeler (steamer) "Lady of the Lake"…
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