Ballou, Adin - Biography on a Unitarian-Universalist website.
Bancroft Memorial Library
Digital Treasures - Old photos from Hopedale, (as well as some copies of The Practical Christian, the
newspaper of the Hopedale Community, and the Draper Corporation periodical, Cotton Chats) as well
as many other towns and cities of central and western Massachusetts.
Draper loom still in use - In Pennsylvania - and you can buy cloth woven on it.
Friends of Adin Ballou
Genealogy - Hopedale families - The Dennett family The Albee family Do you have a Hopedale-
related family website you'd like added here? Let me know. Email link on homepage.
Genealogy - Ray's Place, specializing in New England genealogy.
Geology of the Blackstone Valley
Hopedale Country Club
Hopedale High Alumni Association
Hopedale High Basketball
Knights of Pythias - A very important organization in Hopedale years ago.
Little Red Shop Museum
Lowell National Historical Park - This is probably the only place in New England where you can visit a
room filled with Draper looms - eighty-eight of them - many of them running.
Maps - The University of New Hampshire website has topographical maps for Hopedale (Blackstone
and Milford quadrangles) and much of the rest of New England and New York for the years 189?,
1946 and 1953.
Massachusetts History - Mass Moments - This day in Massachusetts history.
Park Department History
Sacco and Vanzetti
Sacred Heart Church
Textile and Paper Mills - including Whitin Machine and Lowell mills. Lots of material on American
mills done by Peter Metzke.
Upton - A brief history and some links.
Friends of Upton State Forest
Utopian Communes - Hopedale and other "intentional communities." It's just one of many sites
devoted to the topic.
Worcester Women's History Project