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Treasures of Wenham History

Treasures of Wenham History coverIn June of 2013 Jack Hauck, a retired journalist, gave his local writings to the town of Wenham, the Hamilton-Wenham Library and the Wenham Museum, in thanks for the help these organizations provided in accessing historical documents. Treasures of Wenham History exists as a set of digital documents consisting of 33 chapters, amounting to over 900 pages.

Hauck is still writing four final chapters, which he will forward when they are finished.

As of December 5, 2013, Chapter 15, focusing on Wenham's schools, is now available!

Here is a brief biography with more information about Jack Hauck. He can be contacted at jackhauckhamilton@gmail.com.

Contents

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Contents

01 The First Settlers (p. 1)
02 Wenham Lake (p. 25)
03 Pleasant Pond (p. 54)
04 The Great Swamp (p. 79)
05 Adeline P. Cole (p. 100)
06 Streetcars (p. 129)
07 Town Common (p. 139)
08 Police Department (p. 156)
09 Fire Department (p. 173)
10 The Maples (p. 192)
11 Cemeteries (p. 212)
12 First Church (p. 226)
13 Town Hall (p. 253)
14 Taverns (p. 270)
15 Wenham Schools (p. 288)
16 Main Street South 1 (p. 308)
17 Main Street South 2 (p. 328)
18 Main Street Center (p. 346)
19 Main Street North 1 (p. 370)
20 Main Street North 2 (p. 389)
21 300 Main (p. 411)
22 Maps (p. 421)
23 Helen Frick (p. 442)
24 Albert Winslow Dodge (p. 459)
25 Post Office (p. 477)
*26 The Wenham Tea House (p. 497)
27 Paths, Ways, and Streets (p. 514)
28 Civil War Park (p. 545)
*29 Library (p. 579)
30 Claflin-Richards (p. 606)
31 Wellington Pool (p. 621)
*32 Wenham in War (p. 638)
*33 Government (p. ?)

*Chapters are forthcoming.

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Modified 12/5/2013