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History and Heritage in Beverly, 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
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Learn about the nation's first integrated iron works (1646) in the iron-making plant, the museum collection,... bostoncentral.com

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Founded in 1891, the Beverly Historical Society chronicles over 300 years of history since the city's fou... americanheritage.com

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The Memorial Bell The Very Generous Gift Of Mr. Robert Hagopian of Hamilton To be Used at Beverly Memorial Day And Ve... hmdb.org

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[ right panel ] Vietnam Veterans Memorial This memorial Erected by Vietnam Veterans, Families, Friends, and Town of M... hmdb.org

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This English cannon cast in 1798 captured during the War of 1812 by the Salem privateer "Grand Turk" bought by Swamps... hmdb.org

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Gen. Casimir Pulaski

Marblehead, MA

Gen. Casimir Pulaski Arrived in Salem Harbor at Fort Sewall Marblehead July 23, 1777 Revolutionary War Hero Polish an... hmdb.org

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Parson Capen House

Topsfield, MA

Parson Capen House has been designated a National Historc Landmark This site possesses national signficance in commem... hmdb.org

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First Town Meeting

Middleton, MA

Under a giant oak near this spot on July 9, 1728, Middleton held its first town meeting & received its charter from t... hmdb.org

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Site of Israel Hutchinson's Home Here were brought Danvers Soldiers slain at the battle of Lexington This memorial is... hmdb.org

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The Plains

Danvers, MA

Called "Porter's Plain" after 17th century settler John Porter, this level expanse of about one square mile was spars... hmdb.org

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World War I Memorial Beverly Remembers With Pride Her Sons and Daughters Who Served Their Country in World War I. The... hmdb.org

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Roger Conant

Beverly, MA

Roger Conant Leader of the Old Planters And Founder in 1626 Of Naumkeag (Salem) Built His House Here in 1636 In the S... hmdb.org

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One of the most strategic and daring exploits of the patriot cause during the revolution. Part of the troops encamped... hmdb.org

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In 1668 the town granted the adjacent acre of land "To the inhabitants of Ipswich for a yard to build vessels and to ... hmdb.org

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Fort Sewall

Marblehead, MA

Built in 1742 for defence against French cruisers. U.S.S. "Constitution" sought shelter under the fort's guns when ch... hmdb.org

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[ north side ] In Memory of Our Country's Defenders 1776 1812 1861 Erected by the Citizens of Marblehead Dedicated Ju... hmdb.org

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North of Boston, the seacoast becomes increasingly rocky and the surf, impressive and invigorating. A favorite walk... trails.com

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Experience life in rural Salem Village on 27 beautiful acres! The 1678 home of Rebecca Nurse and her family h... massvacation.com

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Lynn

Lynn, MA

The Indian region called Saugus, settled 1629 by people from the Puritan colony at Salem, named for Lynn Regis in Eng... hmdb.org

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Often lost in all the broomstick bluster that goes on in Salem, MA, is the fact that the witch hysteria actua... atlasobscura.com

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