How To Contribute

You can contribute to in a number of ways:

  • Tell everyone you know about this site!
  • Read posts and comments and report errors via comments.
  • If you would like a new person place or thing to be added to this site please add your request under a specific category post’s comment box or general comments.
  • If the category does not exist please request your new category using the comment box below.
  • To add a picture or document to this site please email it to me. Credit will be given to you as the source by default. You you rather not be credited to the media let me know in the email. email it to me.
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  • The easiest way is to follow this link here ADD A POST HERE. You don’t even have to subscribe or log in to this site to add a  post.
  • Register as an Author Member .  If you are serious on writing an article and adding pictures besides just commenting you may want to register.     Please email me once you register if you want to be an Author Member and you’ll be able to upload photos as well as write and edit your own articles. I’m not looking for professional writers, but people with a story and maybe pictures to share.  Please fill out your user form completely after creating your user name and password.  To become an author please start here AUTHOR REQUEST.
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  • We are looking for any picture you may want to contribute to this site showing Newburyport between 1950-1990 approximately. Even though we are using Google mapping, it is always better to have an actual ground level picture. Credit will be given for the picture.  Email pics to questions AT
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5 Responses to “How To Contribute”

  1. dmeaton on October 1st, 2008 at 8:12 pm

    On Schools, Lets not forget the Davenport school grades 1 – 4 located on Congress street St, Kent sreet parking lot is behind it. Also; the Jackman school located on School street, the Currier school located on Forester street.

  2. Dick Monahan on December 26th, 2008 at 11:49 am

    The neighbors of Atwood Park, former site of the Jackman School, are going to look for grants to get it fixed up. We’d like to know any history of the park or school. Any information at all could be helpful.

  3. J. Frost on October 28th, 2009 at 5:57 pm

    Not sure about the school history . There are some good comments on the school / teachers under “Jackman School ” . I remember when the school was demolished sometime in the early to mid 1970s . I have a friend or two that have photos of it when it was still there . It was a nice little park when first built , then got a bit rundown over time . Good to hear its going to be fixed up . Played a lot of baseball , football and basketball there as a kid …

  4. Dmsouther on June 26th, 2010 at 7:19 am

    I remember as a kid playing in samsons parking lot growing up on temple st. Until our house caught fire. Samsons was a store next to taffys now the screening room

  5. Dmsouther on June 26th, 2010 at 7:19 am

    I remember as a kid playing in sampsons parking lot growing up on temple st. Until our house caught fire. Sampsons was a store next to taffys now the screening room

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