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front Connecticut Valley
c. 1855
George Fuller of Deerfield, Massachusetts, painted portraits in his early career but began painting landscapes such as this view of the Holyoke and Pocumtuck Ranges in the Connecticut Valley when he returned to the family farm.
Page 1 "South Deerfield- The Mount Sugar Loaf School"
Feb 3, 1913
The completion of the new grammar school in South Deerfield in 1913 reflected the community's growth after a long period of stagnation. The school itself consolidated several one-room schools into a new model, which separated the children by class.
front "Looking West At Mount Sugarloaf"
c. 1855
This painting by George Fuller depicts the landscape of Franklin County, Massachusetts, of the mid-1800s.
Page 1 Letter to Mary Cochran from daughter Martha Cochran regarding Miss Martineau
English author, Miss Harriet Martineau, stopped in the Connecticut River Valley of Massachusetts as a part of her national tour in 1834-1835.
front Sunderland Bridge and Sugar Loaf Mountain
This steel girder bridge was the first non-wooden bridge built across the Connecticut River at Sunderland, Massachusetts.
front Mt. Sugarloaf and Trolley
c. 1903
This post card view of Mount Sugarloaf shows the newly-built electric railway car (trolley) heading south near the junction of the roads to South Deerfield and Sunderland, Massachusetts.
front Mt. Sugarloaf showing King Philip's Seat
Mt. Sugarloaf, in southern Deerfield, Massachusetts, was the legendary site of a camp where King Philip (Metacom) stayed during the winter of 1675. Unfortunately, that legend was completely wrong.
front Connecticut River, Mt. Sugarloaf in the distance
The rich floodplain of the Connecticut River Valley extends on either side of Mt. Sugarloaf, in Deerfield, Massachusetts. The river was source both of the area's agricultural richness and also of its periodic severe floods.
front Mt. Sugarloaf
The area around Mt. Sugarloaf, in Deerfield, Massachusetts, was covered in a rich, sandy soil perfect for crops. The narrowness of the river at that point led the Jewett family to build a ferry, connecting Deerfield with Sunderland.
front Mt. Sugarloaf with farmer
Improvements in the transportation system in the late 1800s meant that farmers like this South Deerfield, Massachusetts, farmer could now grow produce as a cash crop. Nearby, a mill stood ready to grind the harvest into flour.


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