Stoneham Historical Society

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Stoneham Historical Topics

"To study the history of the town of Stoneham..." is our primary mission at the Stoneham Historical Society. Although Stoneham has always been a small New England town, its history reaches back to the dawn of English settlement in the region.  The Town's compact geographical area (i.e., one third of its 6 square miles of territory falls into the beautiful and historic Middlesex Fells Reservation) has meant that its residents of all classes have always lived in close community with one another.  Over the course of the past 400 years, the people of Stoneham have been witness to every major historical event in American History. Here are some of the ways...

Stoneham, MA: 400 Years of History
A brief history of Stoneham in relation to
major events in Massachusetts History

History & Art at the U.S. Post Office
On permanent display - William
Zorach's "Shoemakers of Stoneham"
at our local Post Office - New!

A Virtual Tour of
The Old Burying Ground

Flash Presentation

The Baltimore Riot, April 19, 1861
Sixth Massachusetts Regiment
Under Construction!

Visit our Houses of the Past

Stroll down memory lane with Donna Weiss

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