The Princeton Historical Society maintains a collection of vintage photographs, documents, maps, and books in the Anita Woodward Local History Room in the Princeton Public Library. You may be amazed by the research you can do there and online by yourself. Here are some links to get you started.
- "Princeton, Massachusetts, A History of Its Villages" 2009, Joyce Bailey Anderson, Shiela Dubman & Alex Fiandaca - Available for purchase at the Princeton Public Library.
- "Princeton and Wachusett Mountain" 2003 Available for purchase at many retailers.
- Vital Records online (to the year 1850)
- Princeton Reconnaissance Report, Freedom's Way Landscape Inventory, 2006
- History of the Town of Princeton, Volume 1, Francis Everett Blake 1915 (online)
- History of the Town of Princeton, Volume 2, Genealogies, Francis Everett Blake 1915 (online)
- The History of Princeton, Worcester County, Mass from its First Settlement. Charles Russell 1838
- Celebration of the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Incorporation of the Town of Princeton, Mass., 1859:including the address of Hon. Charles Theodore Russell, the poem of Prof. Erstus Everett, and other exercises of the occasion (1860)
- History of Princeton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, Civil and Ecclesiastical Jeremiah Lyford Hanaford, 1852
- Cultural and Historic Resources from the Princeton Town Plan
- Massachusetts Historical Commission
- National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places. Individuals can nominate their own properties for inclusion in the National Register. Fernside, formally known as Fernside-Vacation House for Working Girls, was placed on the National Register in May 2002 by its owners.
- Princeton Historical Society
- American Antiquarian Society