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Located 16 miles north of Boston, Marblehead was founded in 1629 and incorporated in 1649. It has a rich history and its old town section features homes dating back to the eighteenth century. Marblehead has one of the finest harbors in the Northeast and is well known for yachting.
Sites listed here relate specifically to Arts and Entertainment in Marshfield, Massachusetts. As a general rule listings in the Regional Category are based on physical location rather than service area. Please take the time to find the most appropriate subcategory for the site prior to submitting. If the site is for a business or organization that has multiple physical locations, please select the best County or Region category.
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Mashpee was incorporated in 1870. It is located in southeastern Massachusetts on Cape Cod and is bordered by Sandwich on the north, Barnstable on the east, Nantucket Sound on the south, and Falmouth on the west. Its total area is 27.24 square miles, of which 23.48 square miles is land.
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Medfield is a town located in Norfolk County, Massachusetts. It was first
settled in 1651 and was officially incorporated the same year. Half the town
to the ground by Indians during King Philip's War.
The Boston Red Sox baseball player Curt Schilling lives in the town, in Drew
Bledsoe's old house.
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Founded in 1630, 4th oldest English settlement in America. Established as a City in 1892, Medford is one of the oldest settlements in the Commonwealth and the US. Medford was a leader in the Clipper Ship building industry and also manufactured brick and tile. In addition, Medford was famous for its "Medford Rum" and "Medford Crackers." Revolutionary war patriot Sara Bradlee Fulton lived here. General George Washington visited here during the Revolutionary War, while Paul Revere came through awaking Medford to "the British are coming!" Medford is also the home to abolitionists Prince Hall, & Lydia Maria Childs, cooking school founder Fannie Farmer, General Samual Lawrence who fought at the battle of Bull Run, and former Massachusetts Governor John Brooks. The Christmas Song "Jingle Bells" was written here by James Pierpont.
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Milford is a town located in Worcester County, Massachusetts. It was first
settled in 1662 and was officially incorporated in 1780.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of
38.5 km² (14.9 mi²). 37.8 km² (14.6 mi²) of it is land
and 0.7 km² (0.3 mi²) of it is water. The total area is 1.82% water.
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Village in the town of Montague, Franklin County.
Town in Franklin County. Includes the villages of Turners Falls, Millers Falls, Montague City, Montague Center, and Lake Pleasant.
Population 135. Incorporated 1779.
Until recently, this was the least populated town in Massachusetts. Today, some believe it is the oldest town in Berkshire County, perhaps dating back to one hardy settler in 1692. The Mount Washington Cemetery may also be the oldest in the country. In the 19th century this was a farming town; the other major business was snake hunting! Today Mount Washington is prized for its privacy and wild beauty.