Credit Card payments for interpretive fees.
Beginning September 9, due to the federal government's fiscal year close out, only cash or check payments can be accepted for fees at the Boott Mills, canal boat tours, and for Interagency Passes. Credit cards will be accepted again on October 1, 2014. More »
Lowell NHP Superintendents Compendium update.
The Superintendents Compendium has been updated in regard to the use of unmanned aircraft in national park areas. More »
Galusha Family Letters: Sources and Appendices
U.S. census records for Vermont, 1820 - 1870, were searched for the names of all the individuals mentioned in the letters. The Vermont 1840 census, roll 542, page 263 lists a William Galusha in Berkshire, Vt. His household consisted of: 1 male 65 - 70; 1 male 10 - 15; 1 female, 65 - 70; 1 female, 40 - 50; 1 female, 15 - 20; and 2 females under 5. This is the only mention of the family in Berkshire in these census records. The 1860 Vermont census has many Kendalls, all in Enosburg, Vermont.
U.S. census records for Wisconsin for 1850 - 1870 were searched for references to William Kendall. No references were found.
U.S. census records for Oregon for 1850 and 1860 were searched for references to S. M. Armstrong No references were found.
Vermont Vital Statistics, listed alphabetically and covering the years 1760 - 1870, verify the death of Rev. William Galusha, Amy Galusha's birth and death, A. Leland Galusha and Sarah Armstrong's marriage, and the birth and death of their unnamed infant daughter. These Vermont records contain no information on the Armstrong family represented in this collection except for the above referenced marriage. Sarah Armstrong Galusha's parents are listed as coming from "Canada East" in this record.
Appendices - Not Yet Digitized
A. A Family History
B. Genealogical Information
Did You Know?
The Boyden Observatory of Bloemfontein, South Africa owes its existence to Uriah Boyden who left over $200,000 at his death in 1879. Mr. Boyden, an inventor, patented an outward flow turbine. He sold it to the Appleton Mills in Lowell, MA where he worked, home of Lowell National Historical Park.