Located 16 miles north of Boston, Marblehead was founded in 1629 and incorporated in 1649. It has a rich history and its old town section features homes dating back to the eighteenth century. Marblehead has one of the finest harbors in the Northeast and is well known for yachting.

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Commonwealth Communities - Marblehead Massachusetts
Information about Marblehead from state agencies.
The Episcopal Church of Saint Andrew
Information includes descriptions of ministries and fellowship opportunities, worship and music with schedules, programs for children, youth and others, upcoming events and calendars with map and directions.
Farm Direct Coop
A non-profit that promotes ecologically sound local agriculture through its "Farm-Direct Co-op" program.
The Hotel Rockmere - History
Pictures, postcards, and stories about Hotel Rockmere, a hotel that once stood on the shores of Marblehead Harbor in Marblehead, Massachusetts.
Marblehead Images
Historical memorabilia of Marblehead, including photos, stereo views, postcards, slides, books and negatives.
Marblehead Local News: Topix
Local, regional, and statewide news collected from diverse sources on the web.
Marblehead Magazine
An e-zine with articles about Marblehead's history.
The Marblehead Museum and Historical Society
Information on the Marblehead Historical Society, the Jeremiah Lee Mansion, the G.A.R. and Civil War Museum, and the Frost Folk Art Gallery.
Marblehead Town Online
Local newspaper with feature news, community resources, tourist information, and classifieds.
Marblehead, Massachusetts
Official town site; includes contact directory and links to related resources.
Old Burial Hill, Marblehead, Massachusetts
Virtual tour of a picturesque New England graveyard, with photos of engravings and epitaphs on headstones dating back to the 1600s.
The Penny Bear Company
Aims to spread messages of love, healing, hope and compassion carried by volunteer messengers named Penny Bears. Activities include support for hospice programs, shelters for abused women and children, assisted living programs for seniors and others, summer camps for critically ill children, school and community outreach programs, and helping other non-profit organizations.
Steven Baratz DMD
Provides family dental services.
Temple Emanu-El
Reform Jewish synagogue serving the North Shore
Tower School
An independent, co-educational day school for pre-kindergarten through eighth grade students.
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