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The Salem Diner is a historic diner at 70^1� Loring Avenue in Salem, Massachusetts. It is one of two Sterling Streamliner diners left in Massachusetts, and still stands at its original location. Designated car #4106, it was also one of the last made by the Sterling Company before it closed its doors in 1942. The diner body features a wood frame and porcelain enamel exterior. It has a metal hipped barrel roof, and its eastern end features a characteristic shovel nose. The roofline is decorated ...
 
Historic district contributing properties, Houses completed in 1651, Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Historic districts in Essex County, Massachusetts, Protected areas of Massachusetts, Historic house museums in Massachusetts, Museums in Salem, Massachusetts, Houses in Salem, Massachusetts, Historic district contributing properties in Massachusetts, Colonial architecture in Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Essex County, Massachusetts, Hi...The Pickering House (circa 1651) is a First Period Colonial house located on Broad Street, Salem in the McIntire District . The house was owned and occupied by ten successive generations of the Pickering family including Colonel Timothy Pickering. This house is believed to have been the oldest house in the United States continuously occupied by one family. However, in 1998, the Goodhue family moved into the house, as Albert Goodhue as the primary caretaker. It is located at 18 Broad Street, Sale...
Hamilton Hall is a National Historic Landmark at 9 Chestnut Street in Salem, Massachusetts in the Chestnut Street District in Salem, Massachusetts. Designed by noted Salem builder Samuel McIntire and built in 1805-07, it is an excellent instance of a public Federalist style building. It was built as a social space for the leading families of Salem, and was named for Founding Father and Federalist Party leader Alexander Hamilton. It continues to function as a social hall today: it is used for eve...
The Chestnut Street District is a historic district bounded roughly by Broad, Flint, Federal, and Summer Streets in Salem, Massachusetts. It is also known as the McIntyre Historic District that was created in 1981 and containing 407 buildings and is the citys largest district. This historic district is named after Samuel McIntire, a builder and woodworker who had a house and workshop at 31 Summer Street, and who designed and built a number of these houses, and others that display the profits mad...
 
Salem, Massachusetts, Cities in Massachusetts, Populated coastal places in Massachusetts, Witchcraft, Populated places established in 1626, County seats in Massachusetts, Salem witch trials, 1626 establishments in the Thirteen Colonies, Cities in Essex County, Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from September 2012, Wikipedia articles incorporating a citation from the Encyclopedia Americana with a Wikisource reference, Wikip...
The John P. Peabody House is a historic house at 15 Summer Street in Salem, Massachusetts. Built in 1868 by Salem merchant John P. Peabody, it is a rare early example of Colonial Revival architecture. The two story wood frame house is three bays wide, with a slate gambrel roof. The centered front door is sheltered by a portico supported by Doric columns. The second story center window reinforces focus, being enlarged slightly by sidelights as compared to the other windows on the facade. The roof...
The Point Neighborhood Historic District, also known as Stage Point, is a predominantly residential historic district just south of downtown Salem, Massachusetts. It is a densely built, roughly rectangular grid of streets east of Lafayette Street, south of the South River, west of Congress Street, and north of Chase and Leavitt Streets. This area was the target of a major redevelopment effort undertaken by the city after a fire swept through it in 1914. With many multiunit residential buildings ...
Unitarian Universalist churches in Massachusetts, Buildings and structures in Salem, Massachusetts, 1836 establishments in the United States, 19th-century churches in the United States, Churches completed in 1836, 19th-century Unitarian Universalist church buildings, Gothic Revival churches in Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Pages using deprecated coordinates format, Articles containing potentially dated statements from 2014, All articles containing potentially dated ...First Church in Salem (officially known as the First Church in Salem, Unitarian, also known as the First Unitarian Church of Salem) is a Unitarian Universalist church in Salem, Massachusetts that was designed by Solomon Willard and built in 1836. The church stands next to a building housing the Salem Savings Bank and the Odd Fellows Hall. Thomas Treadwell Stone became minister of the church on July 12, 1846. In December 1851, the Salem Female Anti-Slavery Society held their annual general meetin...
The Salem YMCA is a historic YMCA building at 284-296 Essex Street in Salem, Massachusetts. Its large building is an anchor of the western end of Salems business district, of which Essex Street is a major component, and is one of the finest Classical Revival buildings in Salem. The Salem YMCA was first organized in 1858, and it commissioned the construction of this building in 1898. The three story brick and limestone building was designed by Walter J. Paine, and has retained most of its exterio...
Historic district contributing properties, Houses completed in 1642, Historic house museums in Massachusetts, Salem witch trials, Museums in Salem, Massachusetts, Houses in Salem, Massachusetts, Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Historic districts in Essex County, Massachusetts, Reportedly haunted locations in Massachusetts, Historic district contributing properties in Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Essex County, Massachusetts, Hidden ca...The Witch House (also called the Jonathan Corwin House), was the home of Judge Jonathan Corwin and is the only structure still standing in Salem, Massachusetts with direct ties to the Salem witch trials of 1692. The house was bought by Judge Corwin in 1675, when he was 24 years old, and he lived there for more than forty years. Corwin is buried in the nearby Broad Street Cemetery. The house remained in the Corwin family until the mid-19th century. The Witch House is located at 310 Essex Street, ...

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The Shepard Block is a historic rowhouse at 298�304 Essex Street in Salem, Massachusetts. It consists of a row of four brick residences, which were built in 1851 by Michael Shepard as an investment. Each unit is three bays wide and 3.5 stories high; windows on the second and third floors feature granite lintels, while the ground floor of each was modified in the 19th century to accommodate retail storefronts. The roofline of each unit is punctured by two clapboarded gable end dormers, and ther...
The Nathaniel Bowditch House, sometimes called the Bowditch-Osgood House and the Curwen-Ward-Bowditch House, is a historic house and National Historic Landmark at 9 North Street in Salem, Massachusetts. With a construction history apparently dating to 1759-60, the house is distinctive as having been owned by three families important in the maritime history of Salem. Its landmark designation in 1965 stems from its association with Nathaniel Bowditch (1773-1838), the founder of modern navigation, ...
Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Methodist churches in Massachusetts, Churches completed in 1889, 19th-century Methodist church buildings, Churches in Essex County, Massachusetts, Buildings and structures in Salem, Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Essex County, Massachusetts, Essex County, Massachusetts Registered Historic Place stubs, Massachusetts church stubs, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, All s...
The Salem Laundry is a historic laundry building at 55 Lafayette Street in Salem, Massachusetts. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Salem Landry. Built in 1906, it is the first concrete building to be erected in Salem. The four story building is divided into three wide bays, with the central bay projecting slightly. The bays have broad windows divided by ashlar-tooled concrete blocks, a styling that became fashionable in the following decade before unadorned concrete bec...
The Peirce-Nichols House is a historic house museum located at 80 Federal Street in Salem, Massachusetts. Designed early in the career of noted Salem builder Samuel McIntire (1757�1811), and modified later by him, the building gives a unique view into the methods styles of McIntire. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1973 for its significance as an early masterwork of one the countrys first recognized master builders. It is now owned by the Peabody Essex Museum, which offers gui...
The Federal Street District is a residential and civic historic district in Salem, Massachusetts. It is an expansion of an earlier listing of the Essex County Court Buildings on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. In addition to the former county court buildings included in the earlier listing, the district expansion in 1983 encompasses the entire block of Federal Street between Washington and North Streets. It includes buildings from 32 to 65 Federal Street, as well as the Taberna...
Museums in Salem, Massachusetts, 1868 establishments, History of Salem, Massachusetts, Ethnographic museums in the United States, Maritime museums in Massachusetts, Natural history museums in Massachusetts, National Historic Landmarks in Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Essex County, Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, CS1 errors: dates, CS1 errors: chapter ignored, CS1 maint: Explicit use of et al., Commons category with local link same as on Wikida...The Peabody Museum of Salem (1915�1992), formerly the Peabody Academy of Science (1865�1915), was a museum and antiquarian society based in Salem, Massachusetts. The academy was organized in part as a successor to the East India Marine Society (founded 1799), which had become moribund but held a large collection of maritime materials in a museum collection at the East India Marine Hall, built in 1825 on Essex Street. The Peabody Museum was merged with the Essex Institute to form the Peabody ...
Yin Yu Tang House (��� ) is a late 18th-century Chinese house from Anhui province that had been removed from its original village and re-erected in Salem, Massachusetts. The Yin Yu Tang (Hall of Plentiful Shelter) was built in the late eighteenth century for during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), a prosperous merchant surnamed Huang built a stately sixteen-bedroom house in China�s southeastern Huizhou region, calling his home Yin Yu Tang House. This Chinese merchant who commissioned the co...
Bowker Place is a historic commercial building at 144-156 Essex Street in Salem, Massachusetts. Built in 1830 by William Manning, this handsome two story Greek Revival brick building has had a significant role in the civic and economic history of Salem. It was acquired by Joel Bowker in 1844 after Manning went bankrupt. Its tenants have included banks, insurance companies, and the Salem Police Court. One prominent retailer who began operations in this building was William Filene, founder of the ...
The Essex Institute Historic District is a historic district at 134-132, 128, 126 Essex Street and 13 Washington Square West in Salem, Massachusetts. It consists of a compact group of properties associated with the Essex Institute, founded in 1848 and merged in 1992 into the Peabody Essex Museum. Listed by increasing street number, they are: the Crowninshield-Bentley House, the Gardner-Pingree House (a National Historic Landmark), the John Tucker Daland House, and the Phillips Library (the latte...
The John Ward House is a National Historic Landmark at 132 Essex Street in Salem, Massachusetts. With an early construction history between 1684 and 1723, it is an excellent example of First Period architecture, and as the subject of an early 20th century restoration by antiquarian George Francis Dow, it is an important example of the restoration techniques. Now owned by the Peabody Essex Museum, it is also one of the first colonial-era houses in the United States to be opened as a museum. It wa...
The Bessie Monroe House is a historic house at 7 Ash Street in Salem, Massachusetts. It is notable as a good example of a Federal style house, and for its survival from planned demolition during Salems urban renewal of the area in the 1970s. The house, a modest two story brick house located just north of Salems downtown, was built in 1811 for Thomas Perkins, a local merchant whose brother was its first occupant. When the city began urban renewal planning for the area in the 1960s, the building w...

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Unitarian Universalist churches in Massachusetts, Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Churches in Essex County, Massachusetts, Buildings and structures in Salem, Massachusetts, Visitor attractions in Salem, Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Essex County, Massachusetts, Essex County, Massachusetts Registered Historic Place stubs, Massachusetts church stubs, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, All stub article...
Historic district contributing properties in Massachusetts, Houses completed in 1804, National Historic Landmarks in Massachusetts, Historic house museums in Massachusetts, Houses in Salem, Massachusetts, Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Peabody Essex Museum, National Register of Historic Places in Essex County, Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Commons category template with no category set, Commons category with page title same as o...
The Joseph Fenno House-Womans Friend Society is a historic building at 12-14 Hawthorne Boulevard in Salem, Massachusetts. The building was probably designed by Samuel Field McIntire, son of noted Salem building Samuel McIntire, and built 1811-12 for Joseph Fenno, a feltmaker turned merchant. The house was designed as a double house, although the reasons why Fenno wanted such a house are not known. He sold the property to his son in 1814 after moving to Columbia, Maine, and the two units were sol...
 
The Salem Maritime National Historic Site is a National Historic Site consisting of 12 historic structures, 1 replica tall-ship and about 9 acres (36,000 m2) of land along the waterfront of Salem Harbor in Salem, Massachusetts. Salem Maritime is first National Historic Site established in the United States (March 17, 1938)and interprets the triangular trade during the colonial period; privateers during the American Revolution; and global maritime trade with the Far East, after independence. The ...
Salem is a passenger rail station on MBTA Commuter Rails Newburyport- Rockport Line located at 252 Bridge Street near the intersection of Massachusetts Route 107 and Route 114 in Salem, Massachusetts. Salem station consists of one platform which serves a single track. A staircase provides access to the platform from Route 107. Immediately south of Salem, the train tracks enter the Salem Tunnel, which carries trains underneath Washington Street in Salem. A $44.5 million garage with 715 spaces, al...
 
Buildings and structures completed in 1644, Forts on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Forts in Massachusetts, Buildings and structures in Salem, Massachusetts, Colonial forts in Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Essex County, Massachusetts, Individually listed contributing properties to historic districts on the National Register, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles needing more detailed references, Commons category with local link...Fort Pickering is a 17th-century historic fort site on Winter Island in Salem, Massachusetts. Fort Pickering operated as a strategic coastal defense and military barracks for Salem Harbor during a variety of periods, serving as a fortification from the Anglo-Dutch Wars through World War II. Construction of the original fort began in 1643 and it saw use as a military installation into the 20th century. Fort Pickering is a First System fortification named for Colonel Timothy Pickering, adjutant ge...
The Sutton Block is a historic commercial building at 76�78 Main Street in Peabody, Massachusetts. Built in 1859, this three story brick building is the only Italianate commercial building in Peabody. It was built by Ebenezer Sutton, a local textile manufacturer. The building originally had a steeply pitched roof, but this was removed sometime after 1877. Its first floor facade may also have been compromised by retail-related alterations, but original details may survive under the current fini...
The First Unitarian Church is a historic church at 7 Park Street in Peabody, Massachusetts. The wood frame church was built in 1826, when the area was known as South Danvers. The front facade has a projecting rounded entrance hall decorated with pilasters and a heavily bracketed cornice. The main part of the facade also has pilasters rising to a pedimented gable that has large-scale dentil molding. The side walls have six lancet-style windows. The tower, which lacks a steeple, has quoined corner...
The North Street Fire Station is a historic fire station at 142 North Street on the north side of Salem, Massachusetts, and one of the oldest active service fire stations in the United States. The brick Queen Anne structure was built in 1881 to a design by local architect William Dennis, and is the oldest active fire station in the city. It was the second brick fire station built by the city, its design similar to the first one, built for ward 5 in 1880 and destroyed in the Great Salem Fire of 1...

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The Derby Waterfront District in Salem, Massachusetts encompasses a historically significant portion of the waterfront area of the city. It encompasses properties along Derby Street, which parallels the waterfront, eastward from the Salem Maritime National Historic Site to its junction with Fort Avenue, and includes properties on the side streets between Derby and the waterfront. In addition to the National Historic Site, it includes the House of Seven Gables, a National Historic Landmark Distri...
Historic districts in Massachusetts, Houses completed in 1668, Historic house museums in Massachusetts, National Historic Landmarks in Massachusetts, Museums in Salem, Massachusetts, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Houses in Salem, Massachusetts, Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Essex County, Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles needing additional references from July 2010, All articles needing addit...The House of the Seven Gables (also known as the Turner House or Turner-Ingersoll Mansion) is a 1668 colonial mansion in Salem, Massachusetts, USA. The house is now a non-profit museum, with an admission fee charged for tours, as well as an active settlement house with programs for children. It was built for Captain John Turner, and it stayed with the family for three generations. It was made famous by American author Nathaniel Hawthornes 1851 novel The House of the Seven Gables. The house and i...
The Second OShea Building is a historic commercial building at 9-13 Peabody Square in Peabody, Massachusetts. It is one of two similar buildings (see OShea Building for the other) built by Thomas OShea, a local leathermaker, in the 1900s. The three story brick and sandstone Colonial Revival building occupies a prominent position in Peabody Square, the citys central intersection. Similarities to the earlier building include the arched entrances and window bays, and the brick pilasters (with limes...
The William Murray House is a historic First Period house at 39 Essex Street on the east side of Salem, Massachusetts. It is a two story wood frame house that consists of two distinct sections that have not always been treated as a single unit. Its construction history provides a window into 17th and 18th century building methods. The westernmost section was built c. 1688, and is three window bays wide and a single room in depth. The eastern section, also three bays wide and one room deep, was a...
Peabody City Hall is the historic city hall of Peabody, Massachusetts. It is located at 24 Lowell Street, near Peabody Square. The three story Second Empire brick building was built in 1883. It follows a roughly square plan, with central projecting sections on each side, and a steeply pitched mansard-style roof with turret-like sections at the building corners. The front entry, facing Lowell Street, projects further than the others, with stairs leading to a recessed doorway sheltered by a portic...
Eastern Orthodox churches in Massachusetts, Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Buildings and structures in Salem, Massachusetts, Churches in Essex County, Massachusetts, Visitor attractions in Salem, Massachusetts, Ukrainian-American history, National Register of Historic Places in Essex County, Massachusetts, Essex County, Massachusetts Registered Historic Place stubs, Massachusetts church stubs, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wiki...St. Nicholas Orthodox Church and Rectory is a historic church at 64-66 Forrester Street in Salem, Massachusetts. The church was built in 1908 for a congregation of immigrants from eastern Europe that had been established in 1901. The wood frame building was designed by local architect William Devereaux Dennis. Its main facade is finished with flushboard siding, while the other elevations are sheathed in clapboards. The center of main facade is dominated by a tower that is initially square, but i...
 Spring Pond, United States, (formerly known as Mineral Spring, Mineral Pond and the little lake of Lynnmere) abuts the three cities of Lynn, Peabody (formerly Danvers) and Salem. In the center of these townships is a beautiful pond. It is a secluded lake known by residents of the three cities and visitors who come to enjoy the camps, trails and natural environment of the woods. It is in fact one of the most picturesque and romantic lakelets in Massachusetts. Stretching from Spring Pond to Marble...
The Harris Farm is a historic late First Period farmhouse at 3 Manataug Trail in Marblehead, Massachusetts. It is a rare example of a three bay house from that period. It was built c. 1720 as a two story structure with one room on each floor, and an integral leanto section in the rear. In the 18th century the leanto section was raised to a full two stories and the roof was rebuilt. Further additions in the 1950s added converted 19th century sheds to the rear of the house, and the front door was ...
The Bridge Street Neck Historic District is a predominantly residential historic district in Salem, Massachusetts. It encompasses most of a peninsula of land northeast of downtown Salem, on the route connecting Salem to Beverly, which has been the scene of residential, commercial, and industrial development since the early settlement of Salem in the 1630s. Bridge Street, the spine of the district is a thoroughfare connecting Salem to the bridge leading to Beverly. The district is roughly bounded...
The Moore-Hill House is a historic house at 82 Franklin Street in Peabody, Massachusetts. It is an excellent example of a Gothic Victorian house, built in 1878 for W. H. Hill. The 1.5 story wood frame building has a cross gable roof line, with the main roof line running crosswise. The front cornice, including the central front gable section, is decorated with paired brackets (a typical Italianate decoration), and the front windows have decorative surrounds. The front door is centrally located an...
 KIPP Academy Lynn Charter School in the United States provides an environment where the students of Lynn, Massachusetts (a suburb of Boston, Massachusetts) may develop the academic skills, intellectual habits, and character traits necessary to maximize their potential in high school, college, and the world beyond. KIPP Academy Lynn (often referred to as KIPP Lynn) is modeled after the nationally recognized Knowledge Is Power Program in South Bronx, New York and Houston, Texas. KIPP Lynn is a fre...

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Swampscott Town Hall, previously the Elihu Thomson House, is a historic building at 22 Monument Avenue, Swampscott, Massachusetts. The house was designed by architect James Kelley and built in 1889 for the noted inventor, electrical engineer, and industrialist Elihu Thomson (1853-1937) who was, with Thomas Edison, co-founder of General Electric Company. The house was built with an observatory, which no longer exists. It has house Swampscott town offices since 1944, when it was given to the town ...
 
Salem Harbor is a harbor in northeastern Massachusetts spanning an area north and south of Salem. Historically the Salem Harbor was the site of one of the major international ports in the colonies. During the American Revolutionary War, merchant ships were enlisted as privateers, an important role to augment the ill-prepared Continental Navy. In 1790, Salem Harbor was a world famous seaport and sixth-largest in the United States of America. Now the harbor is used for commercial and recreational ...
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Fort Lee is a historic American Revolutionary War fort in Salem, Massachusetts. The site, located at a high point next to Fort Avenue on Salem Neck, is a relatively rare fortification from that period whose remains are relatively unaltered. Although there is some documentary evidence that the Neck was fortified as early as the 17th century, the earthworks built in 1776 are the first clear evidence of the sites military use. The site, of which only overgrown earthworks survive, was repaired at th...
Winter Island is an island connected by a causeway to Salem Neck in Salem, Massachusetts. It consists of about 45 acres (180,000 m2) and is surrounded by: Smith Pool (northwest), Cat Cove (west), Salem Channel (south and east) and Juniper Cove (north). The island has about a dozen residences at the north end and one road, Winter Island Road. The Plummer Home for Boys sits on 18 acres (73,000 m2) of land on the northeastern shore. The balance of the island is Winter Island Marine Park. The entir...

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  Salem High School is a four-year public high school in Salem, Massachusetts. It has an enrollment of approximately 1,400 students and is accredited by the Massachusetts Department of Education and by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.  

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