South Hadley Topics

South Hadley is found across the Connecticut River from Holyoke.

Canal Systems

Riverside Park of South Hadley

South Hadley Canal tour

Vietnam Veterans’ Bridge tour

Navigational Canals of the Connecticut River

Presentations or Special

South Hadley in the Great War (presentation)

Burial Grounds of South Hadley throughout its History (presentation)

South Hadley Heritage Tour

A House in South Hadley through Time – 5 Walnut Street and the Scott Family with bonus of Researching Local History in South Hadley (presentation)

The Lost Grave of South Hadley (presentation)

mills of South Hadley (includes a presentation from Leo Labonte)

Mount Holyoke Range

South Hadley in Wars

South Hadley Public Libraries

Churches

Saint Patrick’s Church of South Hadley

South Hadley Center Congregational Church

Saint Theresa of Lisieux Church of South Hadley

All Saints Episcopal Church

Cemeteries

Saint Rose Cemetery

Notre Dame Cemetery

Mater Dolorosa Cemetery

Precious Blood Cemetery

South Hadley Village Cemetery

Evergreen CemeteryFINDAGRAVE

South Hadley Center Burial Grounds Walking Tour

parks

Buttery Brook Park

streams, dams, reservoirs, and lakes of South Hadley

South Hadley has many brooks that pass through the town. These at times have been dammed and formed into reservoirs. See my collected TABLE of data on these brooks. See the LAKES link at the Bynan Conservation land.

conservation lands

The lands can be found at the TABLE of information that I have collected from the South Hadley town web site.

Trails of South Hadley

streets and neighborhoods

Woodbridge Street

South Hadley Falls

South Hadley Center

Woodlawn

Plains