The Pelham Historical Society
Top of Collections
6 place Results
Add all results to lightbox
Select results to add to lightbox
Add selected results to lightbox
Belchertown Fire House Museum
N 42° 16.887 W 072° 24.273
18T E 714006 N 4684288
This firehouse was built circa 1901 and served as the towns fire station for many years. It currently houses the the hand pumper "Mary Jane" and a 1930 Seagrave engine.
Elwell Island is located in the Connecticut River in Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA.
It is currently a State Park.
It is known that Mr. Arnold C. Foote (Foote Dairy and Forest Farms Dairy - Harkness Road - Pelham/Amherst - operated from 1949 to 1959.) summer pastured his heifers on Elwell Island just upstream from the Coolidge Bridge in Northampton. The access to the island was behind what is now Dostal’s Funeral Home on Damon Road.
Pelham Historical Complex
Pelham Historical Town Hall
Pelham Library / Community Complex
Pelham Historical Society Museum
Belchertown Firefighters Association Inc
Forest Farms Dairy
editing in progress
accessible to public
The Pelham Historical Society | POB 2824 | Amherst, MA 01004 -
| This website is subject to the
found on the