Jack Jones painting of the Peabody Institute Library, Danvers
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Danvers Web Resources

  • Danvers Archival Center
    Site describes Archival Center (a department of the Peabody Institute Library, Danvers) and its mission to collect and protect written and printed materials relating to the history of Danvers and Salem Village, Massachusetts.
  • Danvers Historical Society
    Site includes information concerning the Society's historical properties, their location and hours.
  • Danvers Police Department
    Very comprehensive site concerning police department services to residents as well as links to a wealth of information about our community and beyond.
  • Danvers Preservation Commission Site
    Web page includes a list of important events in the history of Danvers and historic places accessible to the public.
  • Danvers Property Assessment Data
    Property assessment information is available at this online resource from the Danvers Town Hall.
  • Danvers Schools
    Danvers Public Schools official web site.
  • Danvers Senior Oracle 
    "Students" of Danvers history past and present will benefit from this site which presents a moving montage of our community.
  • Danvers State Hospital (Historic Asylums Site)
    Part of a web site which seeks to catalog and present America's historic state hospitals (insane asylums) founded in the latter half of the 19th century.
  • Danvers State Hospital (Peabody Institute Library of Danvers Site)
    "Page is designed to help individuals interested in learning more about the history of the facility known as Danvers State Hospital."
  • Danvers Town Site
    Site provides a broad range of information about our town government, town departmentss, current town events, as well as Danvers Bylaws and Regulations.
  • DCAT
    Danvers Community Access Television.
  • Salem Witch Trials
    Site introduces the infamous Salem Witch Trials of 1692, and is designed to provide accurate general information about these events, as well as information on other aspects of the history of Danvers (formerly Salem Village), Massachusetts.
  • Southern Essex District Registry of Deeds — Deeds Online
    Searchers may view registry document images and indices.
  • State Danvers Site
    Page at Mass.Gov has links to community profile, school profile, state aid information and more.
Last updated: October 20, 2011