Gone, but not Forgotten
Posted on June 26, 2013 by Veronica Martzahl | Categories: features | |  Tagged:  , |

April 28, 2013 marked the 75th Anniversary of the Quabbin Reservoir and the flooding of the four town that now lay at its bottom: Dana, Enfield, Greenwich, and Prescott. However, through the A New Nation Votes project, we have access to a piece of the history from these towns – their voting records from their founding through 1825. Here is a sampling of some of the major categories were votes from these town appear.

Gubernatorial Elections

Lt. Governor Elections

Electoral College

For more information about the Quabbin, and about the Connecticut River and its Tributaries, check out the Pioneer Valley History Network’s special topic website.