Our Online Collection is made up of over 2,000 items from
Memorial Hall Museum. This collection is comprised of artifacts,
documents, maps, photographs and books from the Connecticut
River Valley region of Massachusetts. The Collection spans
a vast sweep of history: from the area's earliest native american
inhabitants to more recent early twentieth-century times.
If you're not sure where to begin exploring our collection, start here by visually browsing through some of the treasures and highlights of our collection.
Explore the Online Collection
There are two ways to conduct a search of the items in our
online collection. You can make a Simple
Search that is quick and broad and uses just
a few search criteria. Or you can use our Advanced
Search to take advantage of more specific, curatorial
Search Tutorial is
an online tutorial that shows how to most successfully explore
our online collection. Exploring
the Online Collection
is a brief explanation about our search engine and how best
to use it to find what you're looking for.
This online index identifies and briefly describes
thousands of articles that were published in the Greenfield,
Massachusetts, Gazette and Courier during the Civil War. The Gazette
and Courier is part of the extensive archival holdings of the Pocumtuck
Valley Memorial Association in Deerfield, Massachusetts.
Unlike other sections of the Online Collection, most
of the articles this index identifies are not available
online. Articles can be viewed on microfilm at the Memorial
Libraries in Deerfield.