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Pawtucketville

Pawtucketville neighborhood and village in the town of Lowell, Massachusetts. The area was settled in 1668 as Drawcott and was formerly inhabited by the Pennacook tribe, and in the end, "he settlement on the North Bank of the river was the villag ...

Fort Hill Historic District (Northampton, Massachusetts)

Fort hill historic district is a historic district roughly on South street between Lyman to Monroe in Northampton, Massachusetts. Fort hill was listed on the national register of historic places on April 7, 1989. Fort hill is a collection of well ...

Northampton Downtown Historic District

Northampton downtown historic district encompasses most of the Central business district of the city of Northampton, Massachusetts. In this area, which was the center of trade and industry in the area since colonial days, extends from the railroa ...

Parsons, Shepherd, and Damon Houses Historic District

Parsons, Shepherd and Damon houses historic district is a historic district in the Eastern part of downtown Northampton, Massachusetts, covering 2.5 acres that was first laid out in 1654. Now owned by historic Northampton, the property includes t ...

Pomeroy Terrace Historic District

On Pomeroy terrace historic district is a historic district in the Eastern part of downtown Northampton, Massachusetts. Located South of bridge street East of the railway road, it was one of the most attractive residential areas of the 19th centu ...

Pulaski Park, Northampton

Pulaski Park is a small urban Park located in the city of Northampton, Massachusetts. It is located on main street between city hall and Academy of music theatre. It consists of tree-shaded paths, benches, a Playground and a small stage opposite ...

Bradford–Union Street Historic District

Bradford–Union street historic district encompasses the waterfront residential district of Plymouth, Massachusetts, developed in the mid-19th to the employees of the local marine and other industries. It focuses on the junction of Bradford street ...

Haunted places in Plymouth, Massachusetts

Plymouth, Massachusetts, entitled "Native America" welcome to billboards and train travel to Plymouth rock and the Mayflower. This is the place where pilgrims first stepped when they came to America in 1620 and where the first Thanksgiving took p ...

Massachusetts Route 80

Parting ways cemetery, 94 with an area of 380.000 m 2 site, containing the graves of four former slaves who fought in the American revolutionary war and their families, on this highway in Plymouth, near the city of Kingston. Sacred heart school a ...

Neighborhoods in Plymouth, Massachusetts

There are several areas in Plymouth, Massachusetts. With a total area of 134.0 MI2, Plymouth is the largest municipality in Massachusetts by area. In addition, with a population of 51.701 according to the 2000 census, the population is about 57.9 ...

North Plymouth, Massachusetts

North Plymouth is a census-designated place in Plymouth, in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA. The population was of 3.600 at the 2010 census. he is best known as a rope Park, a small village where the Plymouth cordage company was once headquar ...

Plymouth Camp

Plymouth camp is a former infantry and field artillery coastal defense base camp that existed from may 1942 to November 1943, in Plymouth, Massachusetts. It contained barracks, a dining hall, barracks and suggestions. The company on the 181st inf ...

Plymouth Center, Massachusetts

Plymouth is a census-designated place in Plymouth, in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA. It is often referred to as downtown Plymouth and Plymouth center. The population was 7.494 at the 2010 census. Plymouth center is considered the most outst ...

Saquish

Beach, Saquish, and sometimes simply called Saquish beach and the Cape is located at the tip of the Peninsula at the entrance to Plymouth Bay in Plymouth, Massachusetts. A small private village of summer cottages line the beach and the headland, ...

Town Brook Historic and Archeological District

Town brook historic and archeological district is a historic district covers most of the length of the town Brook in Plymouth, Massachusetts and the surrounding area. This area has an industrial history that extends to 1620, when the pilgrims arr ...

Bridge Street Neck Historic District

Bridge street historic district neck is a predominantly residential historic district in Salem, Massachusetts. It covers most of the Peninsula of land northeast of downtown Salem, on the route connecting Salem to Beverly, who was at the scene of ...

Charter Street Historic District

Charter street historic district includes a small remnant of the old part of the city of Salem, Massachusetts, which was surrounded by more modern developments. It includes three properties on Charter street Pickman, the Grimshawe house, Charter ...

Derby Waterfront District

The Waterfront district of Derby in Salem, Massachusetts encompasses a historically significant portion of the citys waterfront. It includes properties along Derby street, which is parallel to the waterfront, East of National historical Park Sale ...

Downtown Salem District

The downtown Salem historic district is limited around the Church, Central, new Derby, and Washington street in Salem, Massachusetts. He was added to the national register of historic places in 1983, and represents a significant extension of Old ...

Massachusetts Route 107

Route 107 is a 11.9-kilometre North–South Massachusetts state route located along the Northern coast of Massachusetts. Route 107 runs from route 16 in Revere to route 1A at the Essex bridge in Salem.

Massachusetts State Militia Aviation Camp

Massachusetts state militia aviation camp the was camp in Massachusetts the air force of militia that existed on the Big island of torment, in Salem, Massachusetts, from 1916 to 1917.

Salem Willows Historic District

Salem Willows historic district, East Salem, Massachusetts now covers the residential area, which has its roots as a summer resort community of the 19th century. The development of the region began in 1875, after Daniel Gardner purchased land at ...

Spring Pond, Massachusetts

Spring pond, United States, rests in the three cities of Lynn, Peabody and Salem. In the center of these townships "is a beautiful pond". It is a secluded lake known as the inhabitants of three cities and visitors who come to enjoy the camps, tra ...

Belle and Franklin Streets Historic District

Belle and Franklin street historic district is a residential historic district encompassing the surviving part 1914-16 residential building on the northwestern side of downtown Springfield, Massachusetts. The sites are 77 - 103 Belle St., 240 str ...

Downtown Springfield Railroad District

In the downtown Springfield Railroad district is a historic district covers the groups early Railways connected with 20th-century buildings in Springfield, Massachusetts. They are in the area, roughly bounded Estuary, most importantly, Dwight and ...

Federal Square Historic District (Springfield, Massachusetts)

Federal square historic district is a historic district covers part of the former Springfield Arsenal in Springfield, Massachusetts. Located on Federal street from the main area of the Armory, Federal square was one of the early armorys amenities ...

McKnight District

In the McKnight district is a predominantly residential area North-East of downtown Springfield, Massachusetts. The area represents a planned residential development covering several hundred acres, which was built in the mid and late 19th century ...

Outing Park Historic District

Picnic Park historic district, also known as Hollywood, is a residential historic district in the southern part of Springfield, Massachusetts. This is a collection of 23 houses that were built between 1914 and 1926 the prolific construction firm, ...

Route 83 (Connecticut–Massachusetts)

Route 83 is 35.65 km-long North–South highway in Hartford and greater Springfield areas of the U.S. States of Connecticut and Massachusetts. It serves as the main North–South artery for the towns of Manchester, Vernon, and Ellington and continues ...

Smith Carriage Company District

Smith carriage company district includes three buildings on Park Street, Springfield, Massachusetts, between main and willow streets. The building, located at 12, 14-38, and Park street, 11-31, is remarkable for its historical associations with t ...

Upper Worthington Historic District

Upper Worthington historic district in Springfield, Massachusetts encompasses a collection of visually cohesive residential buildings, which represent one of the largest residential complexes in the city, built on the first three decades of the 2 ...

Winchester Square Historic District

Winchester square historic district is a historic district encompassing a cluster of brick buildings in the area of the intersection of state street and Wilbraham road on the East side of Springfield, Massachusetts. Buildings, most of which were ...

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