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Maps of Needham
Historic Town Maps | Baker Estate Maps | Back Bay Maps | PDF Maps

The Lands of the Massachusetts Tribes

From England to America - Images from Google Earth from Needham Market, England to Needham Massachusetts

PDF Maps

Map of Massachusetts Bay 1630 - 1642 (Shows early villages and location of churches)

Map of England (use to match names of American towns)

Metro Boston Map (use to match names of English towns)

Historic Needham Maps

Dedham Land Grant of 1637 map | Map Exploration to Discover How Needham Grew, Lesson Plan, Worksheets - How Did Needham Grow & Needham Center

The Town of Needham 1775, a year before the citizen declare their independance from England.

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1887

The Town of Needham 1876, before Wellesley separates from Needham in 1881

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center

Needham Town Center 1887

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Highlandville

Highlandville (Needham Heights) 1887

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Colored Map

2001 color map

Town of Needham 2001 - Colored Map with

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2001 map

Town of Needham 2001

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Location in Massachusetts

Back Bay Land Fill Interactive Map

William Emerson Baker Estate Maps
Baker Estate 1831
Southwest Needham in 1831, before Mr. Baker bought land and built his estate.
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Baker Estate
The Ridge Hill Farm Estate of William Emerson Baker, Needham MA. 1886 - 1888. This is a very detailed map that shows the building and exhibit locations. Click here to view a medium sized and full sized image (2072 x 2928). Click to zoom in and scroll around.
Baker RR map
Southwest Needham in 1881, This map shows the railroad tracks from Needham Center and the railroad spur that took visitors to the Baker Estate. Click here for full sized image (1379 x 1022). Click to zoom in and scroll around.