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Artifact of the Week

Featured Artifact of the Week

State Guard Armband This Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Guard armband from around 1919 is made of black wool with gold embroidery, featuring the triangular crest of the Commonwealth. Armbands such

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Engagement Survey

    Do you have 10 minutes to spare? The Westford Historical Society is conducting a survey of its members and the community. The survey is 10 questions and should

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April 2020 Museum Musings

Support the Westford Historical Society Dear Westford Historical Society Members and Friends, More than ever, we need you support. Many of our events have been postponed or cancelled, but you

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Artifact of the Week

Featured Artifact of the Week

Graniteville Postcards The selected postcards are from a set of 15 for Westford’s village of Graniteville. They depict a man and a woman in metaphorical tongue-in-cheek situations, relating to such

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Women’s Rights in Westford

Women’s Rights in Westford timeline 1780                   Massachusetts State Constitution restricts voting to males only but omits “male” as a qualification for holding public office. 1819                   Susan Prescott becomes the

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Westford Historical Society Video Resources

Check out our video resource collections: Museum programs, Westford Knight, 3rd grade tours, the villages, Westford’s general history and more Programs Two Truths, One Lie https://museum.westford.org/join-us-saturday-october-26th-for-two-truths-one-lie-three-pours/ Declaring Independence: Then and

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