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Arts and Culture in West Boylston, MA

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Nick Altschuller
An open house offers so much entertainment. There's the voyeuristic tingle that comes with browsing a stranger's master bedroom. There's the daydreaming of a different life, where this time you get the skylight you've always wanted and somehow learned to love Victorian interior design. And, of... read more

Worcester Historical Museum (WHM) is the only institution devoted to local history. It includes a research li...


The Museum of Russian Icons was founded as a nonprofit educational institution by industrialist Gordon B. Lan...


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Founded in 1909, Worcester Art Museum displays a collection of paintings, sculpture, decorative arts, photography, prints, dr...


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


Mary Goodnow's Grave

Northborough, MA

Mary Goodnow who lived here with her parents was lame and unable to run to the garrison house for safety when the ind...


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...


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


The Minuteman

Northborough, MA

In honor of the men and women of Northborough who served our nation in war and peace.



Worcester, MA

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


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


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


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


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...


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,...



South Lancaster, MA

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


Site of the Great Elm

South Lancaster, MA

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


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 ...


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

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