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Berlin Commercial District

The Berlin Commercial District is an historic district in Berlin, Worcester County, Maryland. It consists of a collection of approximately 47 late-19th century commercial buildings. They are small-scaled, one- to three-story buildings that occupy ...

                                               

Sinepuxent, Maryland

Sinepuxent or Sinepuxent Town was a village in Worcester County, Maryland, located on Sinepuxent Neck across Sinepuxent Bay from the barrier island of Assateague. The village was destroyed by a hurricane in 1818 and never rebuilt. Its location ar ...

                                               

Pollock Rip Shoal

The channel at Pollock Rip Shoals is centered about three miles east of the southerly end of Monomoy Island in Chatham, Massachusetts. The channel, which runs east-west, is about eight miles south of the Chatham Lighthouse. Vessels passing around ...

                                               

Anawan Rock

Anawan Rock is a colonial historic site in Rehoboth, Massachusetts. It is a large dome of conglomerate rock located off Winthrop Street in a wooded site reached by a short footpath. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places i ...

                                               

Bodies of water of Bristol County, Massachusetts

                                               

Greater Taunton Area

                                               

Lamberts Cove

Lamberts Cove is a region in Tisbury and West Tisbury, Massachusetts, on the island of Marthas Vineyard. It extends from Upper Lamberts Cove in west Tisbury to Lower Lamberts Cove in Tisbury. Lamberts Cove Road accesses several roads of note, inc ...

                                               

Prides Crossing

It is bordered to the east by Beverly Farms, and to the west by the Beverly Cove areas of Beverly. Although no formal boundaries have been determined, most locals consider it to exist between numbers 407 and 600 Hale Street.

                                               

Dedic Site

The DEDIC or DEDIC/Sugarloaf Site is a paleo-Indian Clovis-era archaeological site in South Deerfield, Massachusetts. It encompasses an area of the Connecticut and Deerfield River valleys containing evidence of relatively large-scale human habita ...

                                               

Hill Cemetery and Parson Hubbard House Historic District

The Hill Cemetery and Parson Hubbard House Historic District encompasses a historic cemetery and parsonage in Shelburne, Massachusetts. The two properties are located on Old Village Road, on a hill above the Deerfield River known as Old Village H ...

                                               

Orange Center Historic District (Orange, Massachusetts)

Orange Center Historic District is a historic district encompassing the historic civic, commercial, and industrial heart of Orange, Massachusetts in the United States. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.

                                               

Ball Square

Ball Square is a neighborhood primarily in Somerville, Massachusetts, but also extending into Medford, at the intersection of Boston Avenue and Broadway, located between Powder House Square and Magoun Square. It is primarily a residential area wi ...

                                               

Blanchard Hill (Massachusetts)

From the years 1959 to 1988, Blanchard Hill was used as the location for a ski resort. The Blanchard Hill Ski Area initially featured a single ski tow and an open slope, but was later expanded to include three ski tows, three action slopes, a T-b ...

                                               

Brickbottom (Somerville, Massachusetts)

Brickbottom is an industrial district located in southeast Somerville, Massachusetts, USA. Along with the nearby Inner Belt District, Brickbottom is a historically industrial zone of Somerville, with factories, warehouses, distribution centers, r ...

                                               

Davis Square

Davis Square is a major intersection in the northwestern section of Somerville, Massachusetts where several streets meet: Holland Street, Dover Street, Day Street, Elm Street, Highland Avenue, and College Avenue. The name is often used to refer t ...

                                               

East Somerville

East Somerville is a neighborhood in the eastern part of the city of Somerville, Massachusetts. The community stretches east along Broadway from Massachusetts Route 28 to Sullivan Square and Interstate 93 on the city line with the Boston neighbor ...

                                               

Haverhill Street Milestone

The Haverhill Street Milestone is a historic milestone on Haverhill Street in Reading, Massachusetts. Located on the east side of the road just south of its junction with Wakefield Street, it is a granite slab with a rounded top that is about 2.5 ...

                                               

Isaac Davis Trail

The Isaac Davis Trail, also known as the Acton Trail, is an historic 6-mile trail running east–west in the towns of Acton and Concord, Massachusetts. The trail was significant in 1775 when it was used by Captain Isaac Davis and the Acton Minuteme ...

                                               

Lexington Centre

Lexington Centre, often simply called the Centre by locals, is both the geographic and retail center of Lexington, Massachusetts on Massachusetts Avenue. It is home to numerous restaurants, banks, retail shops, beauty parlors, a small cinema, a m ...

                                               

McCune Site

The McCune Site is a historic archaeological site in Lincoln, Massachusetts. It is the site of a prehistoric Early Archaic Susquehanna culture settlement, and is particularly significant as this is one of the only such sites in eastern New Englan ...

                                               

Milestone (Arlington, Massachusetts)

This Milestone, carved in 1790, is a historic milestone at the intersection of Appleton Street and Paul Revere Road in Arlington, Massachusetts. It denotes the point at which the historic road from Boston to Concord, Massachusetts was 8 miles fro ...

                                               

Nashoba Valley

The Nashoba Valley refers to an area in Northwestern Middlesex and Northeastern Worcester Counties, Massachusetts, located around the interchange of Interstate 495 and Massachusetts Route 2. At one point Littleton, Massachusetts was known as the ...

                                               

Green Hill Site

The Green Hill Site is a prehistoric archaeological site in Canton, Massachusetts. It is located near the Neponset River, extending upland for a distance of about 500 feet up to the crest of Green Hill, an elevation of about 110 feet. This area h ...

                                               

Pill Hill, Brookline, Massachusetts

Pill Hill became part of Brookline in 1844, when it was annexed from Boston. Noted abolitionist, Samuel Philbrick, lived in Brookline at 182 Walnut Street during the mid-19th century. His home eventually became a stop for the Underground Railroad ...

                                               

Ponkapoag Pond

Ponkapag Pond is a 203-acre impoundment is located on the border of Canton and Randolph, Massachusetts about a half mile south of Route 128 and a half mile east of Route 138. It has a maximum depth of seven feet and an average depth of four feet. ...

                                               

Pine Hills (Massachusetts)

Pine Hills is a sparsely populated hilly region located in Plymouth, Massachusetts, in the United States. It is a large, mostly undeveloped hilly and forested area lying south of Plymouth Beach and Chiltonville, north of Manomet, and east of Rout ...

                                               

The Pinehills, Massachusetts

The Pinehills is a census-designated place located in the Pine Hills region of Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States. As of 2008, the project is the largest new residential and commercial development in New England. When complete, The Pinehills, ...

                                               

Wampanucket Site

The Wampanucket Site is a pre-historic archaeological site in Middleborough, Massachusetts, United States. Located near Assawompset Pond, it is a major Paleo-Indian site providing evidence of human habitation as far back as 12.000 years ago. Find ...

                                               

Chelsea Creek

Chelsea Creek, shown on federal maps as the Chelsea River, is a 2.6-mile-long waterway that runs along the shore of Chelsea, Massachusetts, and separates that community from the cities of Boston and Revere, as well as feeding part of the current ...

                                               

Montachusett-North County

The Montachusett Region is a region comprising several cities and towns in the north-central area of Massachusetts surrounding Fitchburg. As it has no legal standing in state government, definitions of the region vary. The terms, which are used i ...

                                               

North Leominster

North Leominster is a village or neighborhood of the city of Leominster, Massachusetts. Settlement started in 1725, and by 1740 Leominster was separated from the town of Lancaster, Massachusetts. Settlers north of North Nashua River were in the N ...

                                               

South County (Massachusetts)

South County is a region comprising several towns in the south-central area of Massachusetts. As it has no legal standing in state government, definitions of the region vary. The term "South County" is usually understood to refer to southern Worc ...

                                               

Bar Lake Site

The Bar Lake Site, also designated 20AR437, is an archaeological site located in Alger County, Michigan. The site dates from the Woodland period, and is located along the Indian River about 40 feet from the water and 1 km from the Widewaters Site ...

                                               

Gogarnville, Michigan

                                               

Hallston, Michigan

                                               

Hartney Terrace Site

The Hartney Terrace Site, also designated 20AR310, is an archaeological site located in Alger County, Michigan. The site dates from the Woodland period, approximately 950 years before the present. It is located near a stand of wild rice. It was l ...

                                               

Petrel, Michigan

                                               

Tyoga, Michigan

                                               

Widewaters Site

The Widewaters Site, also designated 20AR245, is an archaeological site located in Alger County, Michigan. The site dates from the Woodland period, and is situated on a terrace above the Indian River about 30 ft from the water, about 0.62 mi from ...

                                               

Winters, Michigan

                                               

Youngs, Michigan

                                               

Holtz Site

The Holtz Site, designated 20AN26 is an archaeological site located near Bellaire, Michigan. It is located on an island in the Intermediate River near Bellaire, Michigan. The site is surrounded by low, swampy areas. The site was excavated in 1967 ...

                                               

Sand Point Site

The Sand Point Site is an archaeological site located near Baraga, Michigan. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. Sand Point is a Late Woodland period archaeological site, containing the remains of a village and 12 b ...

                                               

Wenona, Michigan

Wenona was a historical settlement in the U.S. state of Michigan, located in what is now Bay City at 43°35′52″N 83°53′53″W. The village was founded in 1863 by Henry W. Sage 1814-1897, a merchant and philanthropist, who along with John McGraw also ...

                                               

Platte River Campground Site

The Platte River Campground Site, designated 20BZ16, is an archaeological site located along the Platte River, within the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore near Empire, Michigan. It is significant as a largely intact record of prehistoric li ...

                                               

Traverse City micropolitan area

The Traverse City Micropolitan Statistical Area, as defined by the United States Census Bureau, is an area consisting of four counties in Northern Michigan, anchored by the city of Traverse City. As of the 2010 census, the area had a population o ...

                                               

Maple Grove Township, Cheboygan County, Michigan

Maple Grove Township was a municipal township in southeastern Cheboygan County, Michigan. After it was learned that there were only 5 people in the township in the early 1940s, Maple Grove became part of Forest Township in the autumn of 1942.

                                               

Naomikong Point Site

The Naomikong Point Site, also known as 20CH2, is a Late Woodland period Laurel site archaeological site located in Bay Mills Township, Michigan. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971.

                                               

Whitefish Point

Whitefish Point is a cape of Michigans Upper Peninsula, United States, marking the entry point of Whitefish Bay. It is 11 miles north of the unincorporated community of Paradise, Michigan. Whitefish Point is known for the Great Lakes Shipwreck Mu ...

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