MMHS is pleased to present a wide and fascinating array of oral interviews with residents of Marstons Mills as they recalled earlier times. These documents are provided for research purposes for anyone wishing to construct a picture of life in Marstons Mills in the past; and all of these interviewees or their heirs have kindly given their permission for the transcription of these interviews for public electronic access. We appreciate their cooperation and willingness to share their Mills experiences, and we hope readers will find these to be useful in their own research. Please note that interview transcripts are to be used exclusively for individual research, and may not be reproduced or published without express written permission from the Marstons Mills Historical Society.
Click here for a list and link to all the oral histories including those in non-electronic form
Below are several highlighted interviews.
Extensive details about the different cranberry bogs of Marstons Mills and the changes in methodology throughout the year