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Literary Arts/Poetry

PEOPLE AND PLACE: ORAL HISTORIES AND PORTRAITS OF IPSWICH SENIORS
by Lucy Myers and Terri Unger

People and Place: Oral Histories and Portraits of Ipswich Seniors
Cover by Terri Unger

For more information, additional book signings & sales in Ipswich visit PeopleAndPlaceProject.com


IPSWICH: STORIES FROM THE RIVER'S MOUTH
by Sam Sherman

Ipswich: Stories from the River's Mouth

Ipswich, Massachusetts, has a long history that’s full of stories. This collection by local author Sam Sherman will give you a glimpse into the town’s colorful past. (Includes stories from early Essex and Hamilton, once parts of Ipswich.)


More Books & Media about Ipswich, Massachusetts (continued from right hand column)


Measuring time--by an hourglass by Kitty Crockett Robertson

Life in the shifting dunes: A popular field guide to the natural history of Castle Neck, Ipswich, Massachusetts by Laurence B White

Ipswich, proud settlement in the Province of the Massachusetts-Bay by Charles E Goodhue

The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, Massachusetts : With some related families of Newbury, Haverhill, Ipswich, and Hampton, and of York County, Maine by David W. Hoyt

Fine Thread, Lace, and Hosiery in Ipswich and Ipswich Mills and Factories. Salem, Mass.: The Salem Press, 1904.
by Fewkes, Jesse Walter, and T. Frank Waters.

"Ipswich, Massachusetts During the American Revolution, 1763-1791." Ph.D. diss., UC Riverside, 1972, by Ginsburg, Arlin Ira.

Ipswich, Proud Settlement in the Province of the Massachusetts-Bay by Charles E Goodhue

A history of the old Argilla road in Ipswich, Massachusetts (Publications of the Ipswich Historical Society by Thomas Franklin Waters

A Sketch Of The Life Of John Winthrop The Younger: Founder Of Ipswich, Massachusetts In 1633 A Sketch Of The Life Of John Winthrop The Younger: Founder Of Ipswich, Massachusetts In 1633 by Thomas Franklin Waters
 
 


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NOTICES

IPSWICH WRITERS GROUP

An informal gathering of local writers who want to share ideas about writing, publishing, self-publishing, marketing — and anything else that’s on our minds! All are welcome — even if you’re not from
Ipswich! And, it’s free!

Sponsored by the Ipswich Public Library.

KICK-OFF MEETING:

Tuesday, August 14, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.

Ipswich Public Library
Conference Room (2nd floor)
25 North Main Street
Ipswich, MA 01938
978-356-6648

QUESTIONS?
Call Bonnie Hurd Smith
Ph: 978-312-6057 or bonnie@historysmiths.com

 


Books & Media about Ipswich, Massachusetts

Descendants of Willouby Nason of Ipswich, Massachusetts
Descendants of
Willoughby Nason
of Ipswich,
Massachusetts

by Douglas, W. Chase

The Orchard: A Memoir
The Orchard:
A Memoir

by Adele Robertson


Ipswich Revisited
Ipswich Revisited
(Images of America)

by William M. Varrell

The Laces of Ipswich
The Laces of Ipswich:
The Art and Economics
of an Early American Industry, 1750-1840

by Marta Cotterell Raffel

The Artisan of Ipswich: Craftsmanship and Community in Colonial New England
The Artisan of Ipswich: Craftsmanship and Community in Colonial
New England

by Robert Tarule

Between Land and Sea: The Great Marsh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Between Land and Sea:
The Great Marsh

A photographic journey
by Dorothy Kerper Monnelly

 

The House on Ipswich Marsh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

The House on Ipswich Marsh: Exploring the Natural History of New England
by William Sargent

   

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