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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…

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.

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

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

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

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.

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.

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

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

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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