Agawam, Massachusetts
Year Incorporated


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Town Clerk
Town Hall
36 Main St. 01001
413-786-0400 ext. 215
413-786-9927 fax

On-Site Resources

Notes Concerning Nicholas Worthington and certain of his descendants, Hatfield, MA. Self-published in Paris, 1888, by Nicholas-Lewis Worthingon, this 54 page booklet has the descendants of Nicholas Worthington of England who died in Hatfield about 1683. Many of his descendants lived their life in Agawam.

Coming soon! — A brief historic profile of Agawam, extracted from Volume II of History of the Connecticut Valley in Massachusetts, by Louis H. Everts, 1879. Topics include geographical, natural features, early settlement, military, list of selectmen and town clerks, churches, schools, burial-places, industries, Agawam's military record in the Rebellion.

Off-Site Links & Resources

Official Agawam site.

Agawam Community Preservation

Agawam Community Profile (PDF Format), from Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development.

Commonwealth Community Profile & Links related to the town including addresses of libraries.

Hampden County
Western Mass History & Genealogy

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Last Update 25 Jan 2012