Arcadia Publishing, Feb 18, 1999 - History - 128 pages
Discover the history of Chelmsford, Massachusetts,
from the 1800s to the present in this unprecedented
pictorial history. The collaborative efforts of the Chelmsford Historical Society and the Garrison House Association have made possible this timeless tribute to Chelmsford's past. Both groups are dedicated to the preservation of Chelmsford, and they present this collection as a legacy for future generations.
Included in Chelmsford are the people, places, and
landmarks that have colored its history. View the early schools, churches, and civic organizations in the community as well as its industries, including Chelmsford Ginger Ale. Lone Pine, Pulpit Rock, and Beech Tree are among the landmarks pictured. The images in this collection remind us of a more traditional way of life in a simpler era in our
nation's history. Step back in time with the Chelmsford Historical Society and the Garrison House Association in celebration of this community's past.
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ACTON ROAD Adams Bartlett Arthur back row Barrett-Byam Homestead BARTLETT HOUSE BARTLETT STREET BILLERICA ROAD blacksmith BOSTON ROAD bought built this house Byam CEMETERY CENTER GRAMMAR SCHOOL CENTRAL SQUARE CHELMSFORD CENTER COMMON CHELMSFORD GINGER CHELMSFORD SCHOOL CHELMSFORD STREET church was established COMPANY Concord River Davis Deaf Dutton EAST CHELMSFORD Eleanor Parkhurst Emerson Farm Fletcher FOURTH OF JULY fourth row Fred Russell front row Garrison House GARRISON ROAD George Harold house was built Howard Joe Donovan John JULY PARADE FLOAT Kittredge land left to right LITTLETON ROAD located LONE PINE TREE Lowell Marshall Merrimack River MIDDLESEX CANAL MIDDLESEX STREET MILL ROAD Miss Susan McFarlin Native American NORTH CHELMSFORD NORTH ROAD North School NUMBER ODD FELLOWS original PRINCETON STREET purchased Richardson ROBIN'S HILL schoolhouse Scoboria second row Simeon Spaulding sold Store Sweetser tavern TEA ROOM third row Thomas TOWN HALL U.S. POST OFFICE unidentified VINAL SQUARE Warren WESTFORD William