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.
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.