22 April 2017

Using the Essex Institute Historical Collections

Essex Institute, Salem, Mass., circa 1910s
The Essex Institute of Salem, Massachusetts, was formed in 1848 by the merger of the Essex Historical Society and the Essex County Natural History Society. This literary, historical, and scientific society had a deep interest in Essex county, 

In 1992, the Essex Institute merged with the Peabody Museum to become the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM).

One hundred years of the Essex Institute Historical Collections (EIHC) is available online through the Internet Archive. The journals contain family genealogies, histories, probate records, and other miscellaneous records of interest to genealogists.

Vol. 1 Essex Institute Historical Collections

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Vol. 59 Essex Institute Historical Collections

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Other Publications


Proceedings of the Essex Institute

Bulletin of the Essex Institute: Communications

Annual report of the Essex Institute

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Digital Public Library of America

HathiTrust

2 comments:

  1. I am looking for an offprint from Essex Institute Historical Collections. Volume 115 No. 3 July 1979
    Title: New Bedford Lawyers of the Past

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  2. Ivy, contact your local library first, especially if your library is part of a network of libraries who borrow books, etc., from each other. Ask if you get order copies of the article through them. If not, the Essex Institute is now part of the Peabody Essex Museum. You can contact PEM's Phillips Library at research@pem.org for copies (or any library with a genealogy/history interest). https://www.pem.org/visit/library

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