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Arts and Culture in West Boylston, MA

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Nick Altschuller
The middle of the 19th century saw the arrival of Transcendentalism, a philosophy grounded in the idea that intelligence "transcends" what we can decipher with our five senses, and true knowledge can be gleaned through intuition. It's a rather self-assured school of thought, which makes it no... read more
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The Museum of Russian Icons was founded as a nonprofit educational institution by industrialist Gordon B. Lan... massvacation.com

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Redemption Rock

Princeton, MA

Upon the rock fifty feet west of this spot Mary Rowlandson, wife of the first minister of Lancaster, was redeemed fro... hmdb.org

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Upon this rock May 2nd 1676 was made the agreement for the ransom of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson of Lancaster between the In... hmdb.org

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Through this place passed General Henry Knox in the winter of 1775 1776 to deliver to General George Washington at Ca... hmdb.org

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Statue front: Born in Sterling, Mass. Mary Elizabeth Sawyer 1806-1889 and her little lamb Long side of the base: Mary... hmdb.org

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Gen. Henry Knox Trail

Northborough, MA

Through this place passed General Henry Knox in the winter of 1775 1776 to deliver to General George Washington at Ca... hmdb.org

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Thomas Hooker Trail

Worcester, MA

Crossing the highway at this point is the Indian trail followed by the Reverend Thomas Hooker in 1636 when, with his ... hmdb.org

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In the field nearby was situated the garrison house of the Rev. Joseph Rowlandson first ordained minister of Lancaste... hmdb.org

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Worcester

Worcester, MA

The first settlement of this lonely region called Quinsigamond was attempted in 1673, but abandoned during King Phili... hmdb.org

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Through this place passed General Henry Knox in the winter of 1775 1776 to deliver to General George Washington at Ca... hmdb.org

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Mary had a little lamb . . . Birthplace of Mary E. Sawyer (and her lamb) 1806 - 1889 Sterling, Ma. hmdb.org

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One-half mile up Malvern Road is the Indian spring and the site of the Indian village Pakachoag, clear spring, one of... hmdb.org

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Samuel Leonardson

Worcester, MA

At the end of Hamilton Street is the site of the Leonardson house from which in 1695 Samuel, aged twelve, was taken c... hmdb.org

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Nearby was the largest elm in New England, one of the many huge elms for which Lancaster was famous during the 18th a... hmdb.org

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Lancaster

South Lancaster, MA

The Plantation of Nasheway embracing this and several adjoining towns was granted to a group of "Undertakers" in sear... hmdb.org

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Jonas Rice

Worcester, MA

On the slope of the hill one-half mile west stood the house of Jonas Rice, the first permanent dwelling in Worcester,... hmdb.org

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First Mill

Worcester, MA

A few rods east stood the house and mill of John Wing built in 1684. This was the only house left standing after the ... hmdb.org

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Dedicated in Honor and Memory of Those of Northborough Who Served in the World War 1917-1918 hmdb.org

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Indian Reservation

Worcester, MA

These four and one-half acres have never belonged to the white man, having been set aside in 1728 as an Indian Reserv... hmdb.org

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