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Historic Sites in Newburyport, 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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First ferry across the Merrimack river from Newbury to Salisbury, established about 1639, and the only route from Bos... hmdb.org

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First Meetinghouse

Salisbury, MA

Site of the first meetinghouse built on the open green in 1640. The bell, hung in 1642, is said to have been brought ... hmdb.org

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Ten rods west is the site of the first fulling mill in the English colonies, built about the year 1643 by John Pearso... hmdb.org

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Landing place on River Parker of the men and women who settled in Newbury between 1635 and 1650. hmdb.org

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Winnekenni Castle

Haverhill, MA

This favorite Haverhill landmark is a valuable part of the community, still serving as a recreational park a... bostoncentral.com

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The Caleb Cushing House Museum houses the collection of the Historical Society of Old Newbury. The societ... americanheritage.com

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Whittier Home

Amesbury, MA

The Whittier Home was always occupied by the Whittier Family until purchased by the Whittier Home Associa... americanheritage.com

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Pillow Lace

Ipswich, MA

From the date of its settlement by John Winthrop and twelve associates, 1630, Agawam (Ipswich) was the seat of pillow... hmdb.org

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Here on August 23, 1687, the citizens of Ipswich, led by the Reverend John Wise, denounced the levey of taxes by the ... hmdb.org

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Macy-Colby House

Amesbury, MA

Thomas Macy, first town clerk of Amesbury, erected this house prior to 1654. Persecuted for harboring Quakers he sold... hmdb.org

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Agawam - Ipswich

Ipswich, MA

Among the founders and early residents of Ipswich - 1630 - were John Winthrop, Junior, scientist and industrial pione... hmdb.org

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The burial ground set apartat the settlement of the town of Rowley in 1639. Here are buried Ezekiel Rogers, Samuel Ph... hmdb.org

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Watts' Cellar

Newburyport, MA

Near this spot was "Watts Cellar," a landmark before the settlement of Newbury in 1635. An excavation used for the st... hmdb.org

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Dole-Little House was built around 1715 with materials salvaged from an earlier structure. Its first ow... historicnewengland.org

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Like Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm on Facebook Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm is a family-friendly site with a... historicnewengland.org

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In 1911, Swett-Ilsley House became the first property acquired by Historic New England, just a year aft... historicnewengland.org

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Founders Park

Hampton, NH

Hampton's triangular-shaped park bounded by Landing Road, Park Avenue, and Cuss Lane (across Park Ave. from the... museumsusa.org

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The Association of Historical Societies of New Hampshire, Inc was formed at a meeting held September 15, 1950 i... museumsusa.org

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Board Meetings open to public are held the second Tuesdays of each month starting at 6:45 pm at the Museum May-... museumsusa.org

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Newbury

Newbury, MA

Indian region called Quascacunquen. Settled 1635 under leadership of the puritan clergyman Thomas Parker. hmdb.org

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