A Genealogical History of that Branch of the Alger Family Which Springs From Thomas Alger of Taunton and Bridgewater in Massachusetts, 1665-1875
A genealogical register showing six generations of descendants from Thomas Alger, an early Bridgewater, Massachusetts resident.
The history of a wealthy West Bridgewater, MA family is chronicled from their arrival in America to the early 20th century, as gleaned from the pages of an expense journal kept during 1905-1907.
This book brings life to Sally Tolman Dickerman, her family, and her friends and gives us a glimpse of family life in early nineteenth century Stoughton, Massachusetts.
A pictorial history of the town of Bridgewater, Massachusetts.
A listing of Bridgewater, Massachusetts' male residents over the age of 20 in 1894, with their occupations and the names of the streets they lived on.
Set of four postcards depicting the Keith Parsonage, the Triple Arch Bridge, the First Church, and the Old Bridgewater Historical Society's Memorial Building.
A pictorial history of the town of Brockton, Massachusetts.
A detailed genealogy of the Byram family. It includes the origin of the Byram name, the coat of arms, and early emigrants. The book also contains an appendix and a complete index.
A chronicle of the military career of Jacob Allen from Bridgewater, Massachusetts.
A genealogical register detailing three generations of John Howard, an early Bridgewater, Massachusetts settler.
A miniature of the Keith House Parsonage located in West Bridgewater, MA and built in 1662.
This book details the division of land between the original 56 proprietors of the area today known as West Bridgewater, and includes sketches of probable land lots.
Some reminiscences of Seth Bryant, an early resident of Joppa Village in East Bridgewater, Massachusetts.
A series of letters written between a teenaged Thomas Conant, Jr. and his family and friends during the years of 1855 and 1856.
An essay regarding the parentage of Rebecca Washburn, wife of Capt. David Johnson of Bridgewater, Massachusetts.