Chronicles of Woburn

What you are about to read are the efforts of one woman, 
Marie Coady; who writes for the Woburn Daily Times, Woburn, Massachusetts. 

Her articles are of historical nature and about the town of Woburn, it's people, places and things of a by-gone era and of today.


Monthly Features

1999 

July - Horn Pond, Deadly Pond

August - The History of the Labor Movement in Woburn

September - Panorama of the Past

October - "He Was Caught in a Conflict Not of his Own Choosing"

November - Woburn's Thanksgiving Tradition

December - Christmas and The Puritans

2000

January - Ringing In The New Year

February - One Of Horn Pond's Trails Can Become The Road To Immortality

March - Taking A Turn Around Woburn's Woodbrook Cemetery

April - One Voice Can Turn A Mob

May - Woburn And Its' People

June - Humor Is An Art In Itself  

July - A Treasured Adventure  

August - It's Not Nice To Fool Mother Nature 

September - A Border Collie Of Our Very Own  

October - Halloween Past and Halloween Present

November - A Woman's Thanksgiving Emancipation Proclamation

December - Revisiting Christmas Past At New Horizons

2001

January - There's No Place Like Home

February - Remembering Stephen

March - The South End of 1900

April - Horn Pond Has Claimed The Helpless, The Strong, The Young And The Desperate

May - Moby, The Squirrel  

June - Sensitivity To Pollution Can Be Inherited

July - Can You Canoe?

August - A Ghastly, Ghostly Task Joyously Performed And Topped With Chocolates To Die For   

September - An Abandoned Trunk Found In A Woburn Attic Reveals A Civil War Diary

October - Restoring Battle Road's Human History

November - Unlocking A Mystery And Some History At City Hall  

December - Overview Of John McElhiney's Book, “WOBURN: A PAST OBSERVED”

2002

January - Unraveling The Mystery Of The Two Jeremiah Sheas

February - The Whole Truth And Nothing But The Truth  

March - Where The Wild Things Are Tamed  

April - Woburn's Piece Of The Peace Corps

May - Olympic Giving

June - The LLexington Llama Caper 

July - Let's Hear It For Tony!  

August - Woburn's Step-Moms Fill A Gap And Make A Difference   

September - On The Home Front  

October - Tour Of Newbridge Village, North Woburn    

November - Forgotten Heroes of World War I     

December  - Christmas Memories at the Woburn Senior Center     

 

2003

January - Home Sweet Home, Even When Sharing It With The Ghost Of The Former Owner  

February - Woburn's Urban Legend    

March -  Harvesting Ice On Horn Pond Was "Warm Work"    

April -  The Mysterious And Violent Death Of  Jeremiah Sudbury     

May - Unmasking The "Yeggmen"    

June - Questions Still Unanswered In The Death Of Stephen Zahihchuck    

July - A New Generation Reflects On The Fourth Of July   

August - Ladies Charitable Reading Society 1815-2001   

September - Who Will Be The Last To Be Buried At Woodbrook Cemetery?    

October - When Is A Rock Not Just A Rock?    

November - Shared Remembrance Helps In Getting On With Life    

December - Holiday Stress Got You Down?    

 

2004

January - Finally Saying Thanks To Two Unidentified Heroes   

February - A World Of Ideas, Compliments Of Burbeen Free Lecture Series    

March - Which Came To Boston First, St. Patrick's Day or Evacuation Day?    

April -  101 Years Of Fun Means: "To Know Her Is To Love Her"    

May - The War To End All Wars Didn't, But Its Heroes Live On    

June - The YMCA Celebrates, "A Day To Remember"    

 

These articles are now in PDF file format and you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader to open them!

 

Marie Coady has her own site in addition to this one, please stop by and visit!

http://home.comcast.net/~mcoady


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