Barn.JPG
Pearce Cupboard
Bass Violin
Minatures
Chair, Chippendale with slip seat.$1,500.JPG
Toaster
Lafayette Coach
Musket,Kings Arm Musket $1,200.JPG
Portrait(in oil 0Melinda Stetson Josselyn $2,200.jpg
The Elm
Washing Machine
Sampler
Ferguson
Commission 1
Document, Framed Commission. Lieut. Isachar Vinal 1762. $350.jpg
Roster
Deed 1
Deed 2
Deed 3
Pearce Cupboard

​ A corner cupboard from the home of Franch and Indian War commander, Captain Michael Pearce

Bass Violin

​This violin was made by Asa and Shadrack Merritt in 1826.

Minatures

​These miniatures were crafted by William Curtis.

Toaster

An toaster from days gone by.​

Lafayette Coach

This coach is said to be the one used by General Lafayette on his tour of the United States.​

The Elm

This chair was made from timber taken from the famous Boston Elm from which the Puritans hung those accused of witchcraft and other subversions of the faith.​

Washing Machine

​A wooden washing machine from the 18th century

Sampler

Mary Curtis was the sister in law of Rebecca and Abigail Bates.  This is an example of her needle work.

Ferguson

​William Ferguson drove the stage coach to Scituate.  His whip is at the Cudworth House too.

Commission 1

​The commission of Israel Cudworth.

Roster

​The roster of the Revolutionary War company of Captain Hayward Pierce

Deed 1

​The 1680 deed of the Cudworth House

Deed 2

​The 1795 deed of the Cudworth house from Abraham Booth to Joseph Wade.

Deed 3

​The 1728 deed from Joel Garrett to James Cudworth.