- Ancestry.com – This is the website that I spent so many hours on doing research for our family tree. I have in my possession many downloaded images of census records that back up a lot of my research. I fell in love with the census records in the 1800’s for their penmanship and organization.
- Familysearch.org – This is an incredible database of genealogy maintained by the Church of LDS.
- Beverly Historical Society – This organization is located on Cabot Street in Beverly, Mass., and it archives many historical documents on and about the Larcom family. They are a wonderful group of people so willing to help with research. I have spent many hours in their reading room, and found it so fascinating!
- Genealogy.com Larcom Family Genealogy Forum – This is a forum to post questions or answers about our ancestry.
- History of the Waldenses – Ascent of La Combe
- East Feliciana Parish Genealogy Archives – This is a website with a collection of genealogy information for the people who lived in the East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana.
- Hercules Ship List – An alphabetical roll from the Port of Southampton.
- AncestryImages.com – This is a free image archive of antique prints and map of the Piedmont Region of Italy.
- USS Myles C Fox DD/DDR-829 – This is a website about the ship my granddaddy was on in the US Navy in the 1940’s.
- Primary Research Beverly Civil War Soldiers Database – This database shows Larcoms that were in the Civil War.
- Emeline Larcom Letters – This is a wonderful website documenting some letters from Emeline to her mother.
- Letter to Lucy from John G. Whittier – Digitized courtesy of Mount Holyoke College Library.
- Mass Moments, On This Day – April 17, 1893 “Mill Girl” Writer Lucy larcom Dies – Listen to this radio moment dedicated to the memory of Lucy.
- The Library of Congress – This website has many of Lucy’s literary works scanned from original books and magazines. Simply search for “larcom”.
- Cornell University Library Digital Collections – This the first of two pages with several links to high resolution handwritten and published poems and articles written by Lucy. Scroll to the bottom of the page.