Easthampton is a city located in Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

It was first settled by European immigrants beginning in 1664 and was originally considered part of Northampton. In 1785, the village of Easthampton was formally named its own separate political entity, and twenty-four years later, it officially became a town and could be represented in the House.

The town grew primarily around the Manhan River, both through its phase as a strictly agricultural community and later, through the industrial revolution, when mills and factories were first built in Easthampton, mainly in connection with textile manufacturing and its offshoots.

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Calvary Baptist Church
Provides information on services, ministries, salvation, beliefs, Awana program, Calvary Baptist Christian School, Heritage Bible Institute, directions, and contacts. Easthampton.
Commonwealth Communities - Easthampton Massachusetts
Information about Easthampton from state agencies.
Dr. Nora Hanke
Board certified pediatrician. Contains practice information, background on the doctor and medical information.
Manhan Rail Trail
Information on local five mile paved bicycle path.
Mountain View Farm
Contains agreement forms, harvest schedules and information about u-pick crops and the farmers market.
Northeast Center for Youth and Families, Inc.
Highlights foster parenting resources.
Pascommuck Conservation Trust
Non-profit organization which protects important land and other natural resources in town for the public benefit.
W1SEM Easthampton
Live weather station provides real time graphs, storm watches, warnings and advisories. Includes web cam images, sun/moon rise and set times and 5-day forecast.
The Williston Northampton School
Coeducational independent boarding and day school for grades 7-12 located in Easthampton, MA.
Young World Child Care Center
Curriculum, programs, tuition, personnel, newsletter and calendar.
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