Salem, Massachusetts, is known world-wide for its ties to the Salem Witch Trials of 1692 and its unparalleled reputation in the maritime trade. Salem is also home to magnificent architecture, and a fine literary and arts heritage.

This book series, "Salem's Forgotten Stories," tells even more tales from Salem's illustrious past to educate, inspire, and entertain with a special focus on the industrial century (post-Civil War-WWII) and up to the present day.

So Many Untold Stories!

Our first title: U. S. Coast Guard Air Station Salem, Massachusetts, 1935-1970
No. 2: 
Salem Serves: Sites and Stories from the Military and Patriotic Heritage of Salem, Massachusetts, 1626-WWII

Currently underway: Salem's Bravest: Fighting Fire By Hand, Horse, and Motorized "Masheen

Up next: Salem Willows: Our Beloved and Historical Playground

Part of the proceeds from our books go to the (nonprofit)   Nelson Dionne Salem History Fund at Salem State University.

Salem's Bravest
the nelson dionne salem history collection

Salem Common, ca. 1890