Massachusetts was first colonized by principally English Europeans in the early
17th century, and became the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in the 18th ...
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The story of Emily Dickinson, one of America's best-known poets, practically an Amherst institution. Her poetry was found in her room after her death, and nearly lost to posterity. Biography, quotations, poems and links to many more resources on this site and on the... More »
Major research library and manuscript repository with rare documents and
artifacts, including the pen that Abraham Lincoln used to sign the Emancipation ...
Welcome to the History of Massachusetts! Visit the site to discover more about the
Salem Witch Trials, American Revolution, Mayflower pilgrims & etc.
The coast of what is now Massachusetts was probably skirted by Norsemen in
the 11th cent., and Europeans of various nationalities (but mostly English) sailed
Massachusetts is where is all began - literally. Here you can learn more about the
rich colonial History of Massachusetts!
Secretary Galvin, Chair of the Massachusetts Historical Commission, oversees
recovery of 1795/1855 Time Capsule at the Massachusetts State House ...