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Compiled by Cindy Brown & Laurel O'Donnell
Memorial Town Hall - 59 Main St., Hatfield, MA 01038
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Some materials available in the Walter E. Corbin Collection, comp. by Walter E. and Lottie S. Corbin, available from the New England Historic and Genealogical Society: Reels 9, 9A: Hatfield
Churches and Religious History
Hatfield Congregational Church was gathered in 1671.
Sylvester Judd, History of Hadley, South Hadley, Amherst and Granby, Massachusetts (Picton Press, 1905, reissued 1993).
Daniel W. Wells and Reuben F. Wells, 1660-1910 A History of Hatfield. . . (Springfield, 1910).
Sophia Smith Homestead
Located at 22 Main Street in Hatfield, Mass., the homestead was the birthplace and home of Sophia Smith until a few years before her death. It was built ca. 1790. The property was purchasd in 1915 by the Alumnae Association of Smith College and restored and furnished by the class of 1896 through loans, purchases and gifts, with much of the original furniture. It served for a time as a wayside inn and tea shop before becoming a private residence. In 1946, the Alumnae Association sold the homestead to the College.
Hatfield Public Library
39 Main St., P.O. Box 68, Hatfield, MA 01038-0068
Telephone: (413)247-9097 , Fax: (413)247-9097
Other Pertinent Links
State of Massachusetts, Hatfield Commonwealth Community Information
Massachusetts State Community Profile of Hatfield
Map of Towns in Hampshire & Hampden Counties
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