The Lowell Historical Society is proud to partner as publisher with board member and past LHS president Cliff Hoyt and his wife Linda to bring… Read More
Militant Methods of Protest: A Discussion of the Municipal Annexations of Belvidere and South Lowell by Lowell between 1834 and 1906.
Incoming Lowell Historical Society president Kim Zunino gave our 2015 annual presentation, which we are happy to share with you: Slides here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1rPymY-YuYwmceayF7qcoCGJFjDf5hbv8… Read More
Our friend Dave McKean has another interesting post on LowellIrish. In writing about nuns – specifically the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul… Read More
This is a cross-post from Register of Deeds Richard Howe’s personal blog. Dick has written his memories of the late Arthur L. Eno, Jr.. They… Read More
The Lowell Historical Society’s curator Ryan Owen is on a roll (sorry just had to write that!). His latest collection “forgotten find” is affectionately called… Read More