Spring Terrace Lecture on Video

Posted on Nov 21, 2023 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you missed the Spring Terrace Lecture or even want to revisit it,
you now can, thanks to GCTV:

Earlier posts at: About Spring Terrace

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Spring Terrace Lecture

Posted on Oct 20, 2023 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

This is a follow on to post A whole story about Spring Terrace

Travis Drury gave a detailed talk about his personal local history project about the development of Spring Terrace – a small street on the far east side Greenfield, MA – just between Crescent and High St – directly of Orchard and around from George.

He has published a book available here and, for the talk created a summary and a detailed research guides for how he found so much information.   Also available are over 500 newspaper articles and map we will be making available.

The guide and summary can be found here: /about-spring-terrace

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Painting a Legacy: now online

Posted on Jul 20, 2023 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Christine Pifer-Foote from the California State Railroad Museum in Sacramento, who spoke on June 15th about “Painting a Legacy: the Search for Anna Judah”, has am online presentation at the Railroad Museum web site: as an Abode presentation.
It includes many details about Anna Pierce Judah as well as many related photos of Greenfield.
The full video will be available as soon as it is processed and posted.

More about the project at: California Railroad Museum

The Greenfield Recorder has written about the talk in the issue of Aug 12, 2023 on page C1

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Crazy Judah on TV

Posted on Jun 14, 2023 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The Historical Society of Greenfield and Greenfield Community Television teamed up to produce a radio play from the 1950’s about an important historical figures that just so happens to have ties to Greenfield, MA!

Theodore and Anna Judah were key figures in finding funding and, more importantly, surveying the route for the Transcontinental Railroad across America and through the Rocky Mountains.

Originally produced by Dupont’s Cavalcade of America and written by Arthur Arent, Crazy Judah premiered in 1950. The Historical Society took the original script and decided to turn it into a teleplay. To learn more about the actual histories of the Judah’s, visit the Historical Society of Greenfield at 43 Church St, Greenfield, MA 01376.

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Library of Articles

Posted on Aug 8, 2022 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The HS/GF now has a library of articles about the Historical Socienty or the Town of Greenfield or related areas and topics.
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Local tour about the underground Railroad

Posted on Jul 13, 2022 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Read more for Recorder Story about the tour

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