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An Historical Sketch of Haydenville and Williamsburg Established in Massachusetts Bay Colony in New England From the earliest times to 1861 - Written by residents of the district, Prepared expressly for the Hampshire Gazette & Northampton Courier, Edited by Henry S. Gere
A History of Williamsburg in Massachusetts - compiled by Phyllis Baker Deming
2006 - Commeration of the Flood of 1874 (5/16/1874)
Spring 2006 - Williamsburg Reads: In the Shadow of the Dam by Elizabeth M Sharpe followed by multiple events.
Events at the Haydenville Congregational Church
- On the Eve of Destruction: a talk by Elizabeth M. Sharpe (April 8, 2006)
- Williamsburg Flood Chorus (May 16, 2006)
- Legacy of the Flood: a talk by Elizabeth M. Sharpe (May 16, 2006 - preceeded by the Williamsburg Flood Chorus performance)
- The Mill River Flood - a play performed by HCCPS (Hilltown Cooperative Charter Public School) Greens (Spring, 2016)
- Williamsburg, MA Tropical Storm Irene Flooding in the center of Williamsburg. Filmed by Tom Adams of Reelife Productions.
- Mill River Brass Works Library Bridge Haydenville MA YouTube posting by vincentvanvideo.
Colonial Voices of Williamsburg, Mass. - Hilltown Charter School
Anne T. Dunphy - by Ralmon Jon Black
Helen E. James - by Ralmon Jon Black
Lives Lost in Military Service - by Dan Nye
Signers of the 1832 Temperance Pledge - by Eric W. Weber
16 Main Street Williamsburg Mass. - by Ralmon Jon Black
Anne T. Dunphy School
- Bricks - by Harry Pomeroy
A history of Williamsburg in Massachusetts, compiled by Phyllis Baker Deming