Marblehead, founded in 1629, is a town located in Essex County, Massachusetts. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 20,377.
Web Sites and Links
Discovering Marblehead: Open Spaces and Historic PlacesAn outdoors guide to beaches, parks, and other points of interest, with directions on how to get there and historical notes.
Glover's Marblehead RegimentThrough historic reenactments, this group provides the general public with a living picture of the men and merchant sailors who helped win American independence.
Historic Marblehead ImagesHistoric images of Marblehead Massachusetts in photos, postcards, stereoviews, glass plate negatives and others.
Marblehead Eco-FarmA non-profit that promotes ecologically sound local agriculture through its "Farm-Direct Co-op" program.
Marblehead MagazineAn e-zine with articles about Marblehead's history.
Marblehead Town OnlineLocal newspaper with feature news, community resources, tourist information, and classifieds.
Marblehead, MassachusettsOffers community information, links, and a town tour.
Marblehead, MassachusettsOfficial town site; includes contact directory and links to related resources.
Marblehead,PoliceOnline forms, community policing information, mailing list signup, and safety resources.
Old Burial Hill, Marblehead, MassachusettsVirtual tour of a picturesque New England graveyard, with photos of engravings and epitaphs on headstones dating back to the 1600s.
Temple Emanu-ElReform Jewish synagogue serving the North Shore
The Episcopal Church of Saint AndrewInformation includes descriptions of ministries and fellowship opportunities, worship and music with schedules, programs for children, youth and others, upcoming events and calendars with map and directions.
The Hotel Rockmere - HistoryPictures, postcards, and stories about Hotel Rockmere, a hotel that once stood on the shores of Marblehead Harbor in Marblehead, Massachusetts.
The Marblehead Museum and Historical SocietyInformation on the Marblehead Historical Society, the Jeremiah Lee Mansion, the G.A.R. and Civil War Museum, and the Frost Folk Art Gallery.
The Penny Bear CompanyAims to spread messages of love, healing, hope and compassion carried by volunteer messengers named Penny Bears. Activities include support for hospice programs, shelters for abused women and children, assisted living programs for seniors and others, summer camps for critically ill children, school and community outreach programs, and helping other non-profit organizations.
Tower SchoolAn independent, co-educational day school for pre-kindergarten through ninth grade students.