A Quarterly Publication of the History of South Danvers
Written by Nancy Barthelemy
Published by the Peabody Institute Library
That Was Then, This Is Now; The Railroad Controversy of the 1840s; Peabody's Leather Industry and Its Early Influence on Labor Unions.
The Peabody London Trust; George Peabody's Donation; George Peabody's Connection to the Trent Affair; Pictorial History of the First Peabody London Trust Homes.
The Funeral of George Peabody; George Peabody's Last Visit Home; The Voyage of the H.M.S. Monarch.
"The Peabody Effect;" John Atkinson Leighton, 1861-1956; Marcus Percival Bennett, 1854-1925; D. Webster King, 1833-1918; James Edward Mahoney, 1859-1926; Orwin Bradford Griffin, 1893-1965; Maurice Mann, 1929-1990.
"The Dictate of Ordinary Prudence:" The First Vaccinations in South Danvers; Dr. Joseph Shed, 1782-1853; Dr. Andrew Nichols, 1785-1853; Advertised Remedies.
"The Greatest Anxiety:" South Danvers on the Eve of the Civil War; South Danvers Horse Railroad; South Danvers and the Lynn Shoeworkers' Strike; South Danvers' Entertainments in 1860.
The History of African Americans in South Danvers; Primus Jacobs, 1750-1817; Ernest Edward Mowbray; Peter Buxton and the Other Soldiers of the Revolution; 18th Century Advertisements From Local Newspapers
One South Danvers Family; Francis Poole, 1827-1871; Horace Poole, 1836-1916; Poole Family Genealogy (Abbreviated).
South Danvers in 1828; The History of the Painting "South Danvers in 1828" and the Story of Gideon Foster, Jr., 1782-1836; Nathan Lakeman, 1804-1835.
"Half of Our Citizens"; Mary Ophelia Townsend Stevens, 1842-1928; Helen Sullivan Donahue, 1893-1972; Martha Osborne Barrett, 1827-1905; Sarah Frances Kittredge, 1836-1920; Helen Clark Hagar, 1896-1984.
"As On We Glide"; The Earth Gleams White 'Neath the Stars of Night; When the Weather Outside is Frightful; Among Other Amusements.
"In These Imperiled Times:" The Changing Role of Newspapers During the Civil War; Dr. George Sterne Osborne, 1838-1901; The Unknown Soldiers of South Danvers, Joseph Smith and Thaddeus Allen
United in Effort; Mary Jaquith Floyd, 1838-1895; Frances Marguerite Carroll, 1876-1945; Louise Hudson Teague, 1883-1961; Dorothy Meacom Cooper; 1895-1978; Photographic History of the Eben Dale Sutton Room.
"On Just and Reasonable Terms": The Story of Daniel Prince, the Tax Collector Jailed for Failing to Collect Taxes. ; South Danvers Tax Timeline, 1752-1846.
The South Danvers Lyceum and the Danvers Mechanic Institute; Katharin (Hodges) Daland, Our Town's First Teacher; Changing Landscape, Changing Name; The Salem and Danvers Aqueduct; An Historical Timeline for Life in Early South Danvers.
Of Humble Origins. Moses Shackley, 1843-1864; William Blaney Hammond, 1834-1895; Sarah Gloyd, 1747-1845; From Near and Far.
In Good Style, The History of Baseball in South Danvers; Samuel Warren King, Peabody's First Major League Baseball Player; Lloyd Garrison "Chick" Davies; From Near and Far.
The Great Chasm of 1863; The Devil's Dishful; The Haunted Steeple; Awful Calmity! Entire Destruction of Railroad; From Near and Far.
Eunice Cook and Almira Fales; Abby Williams May and the New England Auxiliary Commission; Mrs. Almira Fales; Onward to the Capitol (continued); The United States Sanitary Commission.
Roll Call for the Men of South Danvers; The Fervor in Our Town; The Riot in Baltimore; Onward to the Capital; War Reading at the Peabody Institute; From Near and Far
South Danvers, Then and Now; South Danvers' Growing Pains; The History of Danvers Pottery; Scourges of Past and Present; Danvers Winter Sweet Apples; From Near and Far
The Origins of George Peabody's Generosity ; More on the Baltimore Institute ; The Branch Library of the Peabody Institute ; From Near and Far
George Peabody Bids Farewell, but Not Forever ; Mr. Peabody's Parade ; An Account of the Parade from Miss Alice Putnam ; Mr. Peabody--Our Very Own Rip Van Winkle ; From Near and Far
The Picnic at King's Grove
Mr. Peabody's Dinner a Triumph! ; Mr. Peabody, American Ambassador ; "National Disgrace" Turned into Victory by Mr. Peabody ; George Peabody's Concern for Those in South Danvers ; Peabody's Generosity Extends Beyond His Family
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