For questions or appointments to review special collections please contact Margie Walker, Local History Librarian (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Meghan Fahey, Archivist (email@example.com) to schedule an appointment.
Resources from Genealogy Programs
DNA with Jeff CarpenterJ-DNA-HO_Using Results_040816
Watch the video of our all day Genealogy program with DearMyrtle
Books available online
Genealogy of the Greely-Greeley Family
By George Hiram Greeley
Genealogical History of the Quinby (Quimby) Family in England and America
By Henry Cole Quinby
The Historic Genealogy of the Lowells of America from 1639 to 1899
By Delmar Rial Lowell
Historical collections of the Indians in New
By Daniel Gookin
A New England Girlhood, Outlined from Memory
By Lucy Larcom
We will be adding more historic newspapers in the future.
- Amesbury News
- Amesbury Daily News
- City Directory
- City Directories
- Valuation Lists
- Town Work Valuation Lists
- John French Johnson
- Amesbury and Salisbury Villager
- Town Meeting Record
- Elizabeth Whittier Club
- Vital Statistics and Town Records
- Town Records
- Josiah Bartlett Loose Papers
- Weekly News
- Essex Transcript
- Amesbury Daily
- Town Records Merrill Family
- Village Transcript
- Morning Courier
- Amesbury Times
- The Stranger in Lowell
- Merrimar Valley Echo
- Amesbury Advocate
- River Side Press
- Captain Henry True
- Merrimac Valley Times
- Amesbury Hospital Courier
- Amesbury News
Funded by the Amesbury Public Library Charitable Trust
Newburyport Historical Newspapers
The Newburyport Public Library has digitized issues of the Daily Herald and other local historical newspapers from 1799 to 1955. Newspapers were digitized by Newburyport Public Library.
The Massachusetts Cultural Resource Information System (MACRIS) allows you to search the Massachusetts Historical Commission database for information on historic properties and areas in the Commonwealth.
You can add your address in the database and get information on your property if it is listed.
Maps of Massachusetts.
Mass Memories Road Show (Amesbury)
There are more families that we do have that may not be listed here. Please contact us for more information.
History-at-home Genealogy Resources (Thank you to the kids at the After school Care Program for sending me this article)
Online Amesbury Resources
Massachusetts, Essex, Amesbury, Second District Court of Essex, naturalization records, 1904-1906 (Once on the site click on the camera)
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