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Historic Sites in North Easton, 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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Wading River Farm

Mansfield, MA

Wading River Farm Location of First house in Foxborough 1670 hmdb.org

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Lakeview

Foxboro, MA

Hervey Pettee built a thread mill at this site in 1813. A spring freshet in 1831 washed out the dam and ruined the fa... hmdb.org

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Morseville

South Walpole, MA

Populated by members of the Morse family since the early 1700's, this section of Foxborough was known as Morseville. ... hmdb.org

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Is built upon portions of the estate of Ebenezer Warren, who answered the call in the battle Lexington April 19, 1775... hmdb.org

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Site of First Church in Norton Built 1710 This post ordered by the town in 1889 hmdb.org

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The Reservoir on Powder House Hill The circular granite structure to the rear of the town hall lot is the reservoir e... hmdb.org

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Originally settled as Paineburgh, taking its name from the many members of the Paine family who settled here, this se... hmdb.org

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Site of Walpole's first houses of God, Those of Reverend Philip Payson and Reverend George Morey, Early Harvard Gradu... hmdb.org

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In 1783, Nehemiah Carpenter, Samuel Baker and Jeremiah Hartshorn conveyed to the selectmen and their successors in of... hmdb.org

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The Native American Sachem, Metacomet of Pokonoket, called King Philip by the English, Sachem or chief of the Wampano... hmdb.org

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The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum is dedicated to the memory of our nation's thirty-fifth pre... recreation.gov

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The land which comprises this cemetery dates back to June 1702, and is the original town common. Originally called "T... hmdb.org

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The Old Bay Road

South Easton, MA

An ancient Indian trail. The Post Road between Massachusetts Bay and Narragansett Bay. The first highway in Easton. T... hmdb.org

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To help support its public school,Dorchester set aside a 650 acre farm in this vicinity which it leased in 1710 to Ro... hmdb.org

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Union Straw Works Members of the Carpenter family became engaged in various straw manufacturing operations. In 1843 t... hmdb.org

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Here in the old red brick school house was held the first service of worship by the Mansfield Congregational Church M... hmdb.org

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Not all patients of the Massachusetts Hospital for Dipsomaniacs and Inebriates or its successor, the Foxboro State Ho... hmdb.org

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Memorial Hall

Foxborough, MA

Proud of those who fought and died in the Civil War, as well as those who assisted the war effort in so many ways, th... hmdb.org

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East Foxborough

Foxboro, MA

Settled by members of the Atherton, Boyden, Hodges, Morse, Pratt, Robbins and other families, This section was known ... hmdb.org

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The First Burial Ground is the presumed buying place of Norton's pioneer settler's. William Witherell, who died in Se... hmdb.org

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