Medford Historical Society Events
All of Medford knows that Revere stopped in the square during his infamous ride. On Wednesday, April 16 | 7:00 PM, Mr. Frank Rigg, a former Director of the Paul Revere House in Boston's North End and retired curator of the JFK Library, will speak about the impact and legacy of Revere's historic ride. See our Events Page for more information.
Historic House Markers
Display your pride in Medford's History. Order a historical marker showing the date your house was built. Historic House Marker Program.
Slave Trade Letters
This six-year correspondence between Timothy Fitch, a Medford resident, and a ship captain of Fitch named Peter Gwinn occurred between January, 1759 and October 1765. See the letters with transcriptions.
Pitch, Tar and Tallow
In the nineteenth century Medford was famous for two things: making wonderful rum and building fast-sailing ships. Read more about Medford
Our next event
Paul Revere’s Midnight Ride: The Myth & the Man
Wednesday, April 16 | 7:00 PM
Details on our events page.