The Lincoln Town Archives is in the process of adding local historical items to the Internet Archive and Digital Commonwealth. These works are searchable and we hope will provide greater access for our patrons.
Book of Records of the Precinct set off from Concord, Lexington, and Weston, including petition to set off the Precinct, Precinct records, and early Town of Lincoln records : ledger, not paginated / 1746-1810.
Financial Section & Warrant for Annual Town Meeting - 2002 - 2017 on Internet Archive
Deeds (Middlesex County), military commissions, and other legal documents, pew rents, correspondence, estate inventories, and other papers, of and relating to Eleazer Brooks (ca. 1740s-ca. 1790s), Revolutionary militia officer and local politician, of Lincoln, Mass., with the bulk of the papers concerning the Revolutionary War period, including New Hampshire 40 shilling notes, redeemable after 1780.
Town Clerk and Selectman Chapin's journal from July 19th 1848 to Nov. 26th 1850
Joshua worked as a farmer, weaver, and trader and served as a constable and selectman for the Town of Lincoln. Two of his sons served as Lincoln Minute Men on April 19, 1775. The collection comprises deeds, wills, correspondence, and other financial and legal documents from the mid-18th to the mid-19th century.
Photographs of historical Lincoln houses constructed ca. 1700-1835 and lists of past home owners; on Digital Commonwealth.
Daily entries from January 7, 1846 through February, and scattered entries for March; with poetry and religious writings through the last half of the volume.
Deeds and other documents relating to property acquired by the Nelson family in the 18th and early 19th century, with financial records relating to Joseph Nelson's occupation as a housewright.
A work in progress: new images, collections and exhibits are being added gradually.
A selection of municipal records, manuscripts, books, photographs, audio-visual materials, and other ephemera documenting the history of Lincoln from 1746 to the present.