Salem Links

If you know of a Salem link that would be appropriate to add to these pages, please contact me

Salem Public Library

370 Essex Street, Salem, MA 01970

The New England Colonists Web: Colonial Salem,MA

A Wonderful website with information on many early Salem ancestors.
Webmaster: Margaret Odrowaz-Sypniewski, B.F.A.,

New England Ministers

Time of the arrival in New England of ministers ( Including those from Salem) from
"The New England Historical and Genealogical Register" Vol. 1 (1847) and various other sources

The History of Salem

by Sidney Perley, In Three Volumes
Volume I:1626-1637   Volume II:1638-1670  VolumeIII:1671-1716 
Read and research the online text of all three volumes.

The Peabody Essex Museum: Phillips Library

The Phillips Library is housed in the Peabody Essex Museum and is one of New Englandís most important research libraries. It is a major resource for those with interests in genealogy, maritime history, New England history, or documents relating to New England's history. The Library also holds the nationís largest collection of ship logs and journals as well as original court documents from the 1692 Salem witchcraft trials.


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