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The Society seeks to collect and preserve manuscripts, rolls, relics, and records; to hold suitable commemorations, and to erect memorials relating to the American Colonial period; to inspire in its members the fraternal and patriotic spirit of their forefathers, and to inspire in the community respect and reverence for those whose public services made our freedom and unity possible.

About us
Fraternal good fellowship with a dedication to colonial American history

Service to the Community

The Society takes pride in its long record of activities to further the study and appreciation of our colonial past


A way to fund ideas and projects that preserve our colonial history and benefit the citizens of Massachusetts

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Membership in the society is by recommendation of two members with confirmation by the Officers and Gentlemen of the Council

Ancestral Search

Researching one’s ancestors can be a source of inspiration. Many organizations in Massachusetts can help you with the challenges and roadblocks of the work

Research Aids

Research on the colonial period brings all of us together, helping us all see the bigger picture of the lives that formed our character and country

Colonial Towns

Over 300 towns were developed here in the colonial period  through the entrepreneurship of our citizens


Our gallery captures the people and character of our members and the organization we strive to be

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