Researching the Early History of Black Lives in the Connecticut River Valley
Many city directories from the Connecticut River Valley have been digitized, and some of them are available freely online. The Internet Archive, for instance, fifty volumes of Springfield city directories, five volumes from Greenfield, seventeen from Amherst, and other towns around the Valley, are available online.
The following is a list of city directories from towns alongside or adjacent to the Connecticut River. They are organized by location of the archive and year the directory was created.
Selected Materials in the W.E.B. DuBois Library Collection
Springfield and vicinity blue book; cross reference directory
Call Number: F 74 S8 A17 + 1974
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