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Please suggest sites here that are specifically related to the town of Salem, Massachusetts, USA.

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Salem, Massachusetts

Salem is a city located in Essex County, Massachusetts. Many people associate the city with the Salem witch trials of 1692, which the city utilizes as a tourist attraction. At the time of the Salem witch trials, the present city of Salem was named "Salem Town". Most of the accused in the trials lived in the nearby "Salem Village", which is now named Danvers, Massachusetts. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 40,407.

A company of fishermen led by Roger Conant founded Salem around 1626. The governor sent by the Massachusetts Bay Company, John Endicott, later supplanted him.

Salem includes the Salem Maritime National Historic Site, the only remaining intact waterfront from the US age of sail. In 1790, Salem was the sixth largest city in the country and played a leading role in the American China trade.

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If your site''s locality is somewhere other than Salisbury, please select the appropriate Locality. If your site is for a business or organization that has multiple locations, please select the best County or Regional category.

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Submission must relate specifically to Sandwich, Massachusetts.
Sandwich is the oldest town on Cape Cod, having been incorporated in 1639. It is located on both sides of the Cape Cod Canal, with the majority of its population and land mass on the southerly side. It is bordered by Cape Cod Bay on the north, Barnstable on the east, Falmouth and Mashpee on the south, and Bourne on the west. Its total area is 44.36 square miles, of which 43.04 square miles is land.
Submissions must specifically relate to the arts or entertainment in Scituate, Massachusetts.
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Submissions must be specifically related to Seekonk, Massachusetts.
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Located in the Housatonic River Valley at the southern end of Berkshire County.
Village in the towns of Shelburne and Buckland, Franklin County.

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If your site''s locality is somewhere other than Shirley, please select the appropriate Locality. If your site is for a business or organization that has multiple locations, please select the best County or Region category.

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If your site''s locality is somewhere other than Shrewsbury, please select the appropriate Locality. If your site is for a business or organization that has multiple locations, please select the best County or Region category.

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Education only.
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This category is for recreation and sports sites that are based in Somerville, MA. Most Somerville businesses offering sporting activities are appropriate here. However, equipment suppliers, such as sporting goods stores, should submit in Regional: North America: United States: Massachusetts: Localities: S: Somerville: Business and Economy.

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New England's most densely populated city, a mostly working-class northern suburb of Boston. Home to the first flag of the United American colonies, raised on Prospect Hill in 1776. (From the City of Somerville official site.)

Submissions must relate specifically to Southampton, Massachusetts, USA.

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Part of Hampshire County, Southampton is bordered by the cities of Holyoke and Westfield and the towns of Easthampton, Westhampton, Huntington and Montgomery. The town was incorporated in 1775.

Submissions must specifically relate to education in Southborough, Massachusetts.
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Suggest sites here that are located in South Hadley, Massachusetts, USA and that relate to artistic, cultural, and entertainment activities, events, institutions, and organizations of the town.

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Submissions must relate specifically to Spencer, Massachusetts, USA.

Spencer is a town located in Worcester County, Massachusetts. It was first settled in 1721 and was officially incorporated in 1775.

According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 88.2 km² (34.0 mi²). 85.1 km² (32.8 mi²) of it is land and 3.1 km² (1.2 mi²) of it is water. The total area is 3.52% water.

Submissions must be specific to Springfield, Massachusetts.
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Please suggest sites here that are specifically related to the town of Sterling, Massachusetts, USA.

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Sterling, Massachusetts

Sterling is a small, mainly residential community set in the foothills of Mount Wachusett in Central Massachusetts. Incorporated in 1781, the town is named for the Earl of Sterling, a Scottish lord.

Sterling is the home of Mary Sawyer of "Mary Had a Little Lamb" fame. There is a statue of the lamb in the Town Common that attracts many visitors. Sterling is also the home of the Butterick dress pattern, which was originally designed and patented by Ebenezer Butterick in 1896.

The Town of Sterling is centrally located between the cities of Worcester and Fitchburg.

Information submitted must be specific to Sudbury, Massachusetts.
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