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Historic Sites in North Dartmouth, 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

New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park is the only national park site dedicated to preserving and i...


Commonwealth of Toil

New Bedford, MA

Longshoremen’s Union. On this site in 1936, Cape Verdean and Portuguese dockworkers formed Locals 1413 and 1465 of th...


The Society has constructed two Azorean whaleboats, the Fayal and the Pico, displaying and sailing them through...


Fort Phoenix

Fairhaven, MA

Built for harbor defense in 1775 Destroyed by the British September 6th 1778 Later rebuilt and now the property of th...


White's Factory

Acushnet, MA

A mill dam was first built on this site in 1746. About 1799, William White, Sr. built a stone water-powered cotton mi...


At Westport Town Farm, livestock again graze on open fields. An antique farmhouse, dairy barn, corn crib, and...


Has been designated a registered National Historic Landmark Under the provisions of the historic sites act of August ...


These properties are significant for Frederick Douglass’ connection with them and for the role their longtime owner, Na... cr.nps


Frederick Douglass

New Bedford, MA

1818 1895 For my part, I should prefer death to hopeless bondage. New Bedford 1838-1841.


Change of Address Andrew Robeson, whaling merchant and steadfast abolitionist, built this Federal-style house in 1821...


Making Room-During the days when New Bedford dominated the whaling trade, 10,000 seamen were required to sail the fle...


Whaleman’s Memorial

New Bedford, MA

A Dead Whale or a Stove Boat (inscription on back) In honor of the whalemen whose skill, hardihood and daring brought...


The Mariner's Home

New Bedford, MA

Home Away from the Sea Whaling men spent much of their lives at sea. The ship was their home. Back in port, most of t...


The saga of the Macomber Turnip began on Main Road. Aiden and Elihu Macomber returned to Westport from the Philadelph...


1394 1460. His explorations and scientific accomplishments dispelled the legend of the tenebrous sea, beaconed the oc...


The New Bedford Whaling Museum is the world's most comprehensive museum devoted to the global story of whales...


Chapel visited by Herman Melville and described in the novel Moby Dick. The chapel is a memorial to whalers ...


Whaling Capital

New Bedford, MA

Whaling Capital-In 1857, ninety-five ships and barks left these wharves on whaling voyages. In that year the industry...


Lewis Temple

New Bedford, MA

Born in Richmond, Virginia, in 1800, Lewis Temple established himself as a blacksmith on the New Bedford waterfront b...

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