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The Tobey Homestead is a historic farmhouse at Main Street and Sandwich Road in Wareham, Massachusetts. The 2-1- 2 story wood frame house, which occupies a prominent site in the town center in front of Tobey Hospital, was built c. 1825 and extensively remodeled c. 1870. The house follows a basic Federal-style plan, five bays wide and two deep. The 1870 alterations included adding the mansard roof with gable dormers, giving it a characteristic Second Empire appearance. A rear ell and left-side su...
Tremont Nail Factory District is a historic district at 21 Elm Street in Wareham, Massachusetts. It makes up the area occupied by the former Tremont Nail Company. In the early 19th century, Parker Mills was constructed by shipwrights as a cotton mill. During the War of 1812, it was partially burned by the British. In 1819, another building was constructed on the site of the former mill by Isaac and Jared Pratt to manufacture nails. At this time, the Parker Mills Nail Company was born. The mill w...
 
 
 
The Agawam River is a 10.7-mile-long (17.2 km) stream in southeastern Massachusetts, USA, that is part of the Wareham River estuary watershed. The Agawam River is named in honor of the peaceful Native Americans that helped the Massachusetts Bay Colony establish its first Connecticut River Valley settlement at Springfield, Massachusetts in 1636, and helped it to flourish while many of the Connecticut Colony settlements south of Springfield were attacked or destroyed by more war-like Native Americ...
 
 
 

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The Gypsy (previously known as the Witch and the Wren) is a historic catboat whose home is in Wareham, Massachusetts. She was designed and built in 1900 by Bowdoin B. Crowninshield, as one of four identical sailing vessels, and was designated Crowninshield #149. Her design was influenced by the Seawanhaka Rule, instituted at the Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club to govern important characteristics of racing boats. She has a spoon bow, low freeboard, and long overhangs rising out of the water fore...
 
The East Rochester Church and Cemetery Historic District is a historic district at 355 County Road in Rochester, Massachusetts. It encompasses the East Rochester Church building, now owned by the local historical society, and the adjacent cemetery. The church was built in 1857 for a Methodist congregation founded in 1854, and is a little-altered example of a Greek Revival church building; it was used for services until 2001, and given to the Rochester Historical Society in 2003. Also on the chur...
 
 
 
 
Tabor Academy, Schools in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Boarding schools in Massachusetts, Private high schools in Massachusetts, Preparatory schools in Massachusetts, Educational institutions established in the 1870s, 1876 establishments in Massachusetts, Marion, Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from July 2015, Use mdy dates from July 2014, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from...Tabor Academy is an independent preparatory school located in Marion, Massachusetts, United States. Tabor is known for its marine science courses. Tabors location on Sippican Harbor, Buzzards Bay, has earned it the name of The School by the Sea. The Wall Street Journal in 2007 ranked Tabor as one of the worlds top 50 schools to prepare students to gain acceptance to Americas most elite universities. Tabor participates in the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council and offers a wide range...
 Glen Charlie Pond is a 185-acre (0.75 km2) warm water pond in Wareham, Massachusetts. The maximum depth of the pond is 12 feet (3.7 m). The pond is part of the Agawam River. The pond is located southwest of White Island Shores, northeast of Spectacle Pond, north of Sandy Pond, and approximately 2 miles (3.2 km) north of Route 25. Exit 2 off Route 25 eastbound provides direct access along Glen Charlie Road. The pond is developed with summer and year-round homes mostly along the southern and easte...
 
 
 The Lyman Reserve is a 210-acre (0.85 km2) nature reserve in Bourne, Plymouth and Wareham, Massachusetts and is managed by the Trustees of Reservations. There are 1.5 miles (2.4 km) of hiking trails, a beach and is in proximity to the Red Brook Reserve and Red Brook Wildlife Management Area. The area was formerly as private fishing camp, which sits at the mouth of Red Brook at Buttermilk Bay. It is home to one of the last remaining groups of sea-run brook trout (salters) in the Eastern United St...
 
 

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Massachusetts Maritime Academy (also called Maritime, Mass Maritime, MMA or Mass (when differentiating between the other Maritime Academies)) is a regionally accredited, coeducational, state college offering undergraduate degrees in maritime-related fields, as well as graduate degrees and professional studies. Established in 1891, Mass Maritime is the second oldest state maritime academy in the United States. The Academy is located on Taylors Point in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts, in the United S...
 
 Five Mile Pond is a 29-acre (120,000 m2) pond in Plymouth, Massachusetts, located northeast of Little Long Pond, southeast of Abner Pond, southwest of Fawn Pond, east of Charge Pond and east of Southeast Line Road, a fire road that marks the southeastern boundary of Myles Standish State Forest. The maximum depth of the pond is 21 feet (6.4 m). Access to the pond is via Fearing Pond, but it is not open to the public. Instead, it is used by Camp Cachalot, whose right-of-way to the pond is on its e...
 
 
 
 Fearing Pond, also erroneously named on some maps as Fearings Pond (pronounced to rhyme with bearing), is a 24-acre (97,000 m2) natural kettlehole pond in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The average depth is ten feet and the maximum depth is 20 feet (6.1 m). It is located in the southern section of Myles Standish State Forest, north of Charge Pond, northwest of Abner Pond, west of Fawn Pond, south of College Pond, southeast of East Head Reservoir, and east of the forest headquarters. However there is n...
 
Bourne Town Hall is the town hall of Bourne, Massachusetts. It is located at 24 Perry Road in the Buzzards Bay section of the town. The two story Classical Revival brick building was built in 1914 to a design by architect James Purdon. It consists of a two story main block, which is flanked on either side by single story wings, and in the rear by a projecting two story ell. The flanking wings are the result of a 1937 addition, and the rear ell, originally one story, was raised to two in the 1970...
 Old Rochester Regional High School (ORR) serves the towns of Marion, Mattapoisett, and Rochester in Plymouth County of Massachusetts, and was originally planned to include the neighboring town of Wareham. The school was originally built in 1961 and underwent a major renovation beginning in 2001. This project added additional classrooms and combined the high school with the adjacent Old Rochester Regional Junior High School. The student population is approximately 700 students. Although the schoo...
 
 

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Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Greek Revival architecture in Massachusetts, Bourne, Massachusetts, Historic house museums in Massachusetts, Museums in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, Houses in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from December 2010, Articles with unsou...
 
 
 Barrett Pond is a 16-acre (65,000 m2), warm water pond in the Myles Standish State Forest in Carver, Massachusetts, located less than ½ mile north of the forest headquarters, west of East Head Reservoir, and southwest of College Pond in Plymouth. The pond has an average depth of six feet and a maximum depth of 17 feet (5.2 m). Most of the shoreline is undeveloped except for a campground area on the eastern shore. Access is possible off Lower College Pond Road and is suitable only for car top bo...
 The old Bourne High School is a historic school building at 85 Old Cotuit Road in Bourne, Massachusetts. The two story Classical Revival brick building was constructed in 1905, and consists of two rectangular blocks connected by a narrow hyphen section with a gabled facade. The building was significantly damaged by fire in 1934, but was repaired and additional facilities, including an auditorium, were added. The building served as Bournes high school until 1960, and then served as the Kempton J....
 
 
 Plymouth Rock Studios was a proposed film and television production studio in Massachusetts. The studio had held a now-expired option to buy Waverly Oaks Golf Club in Plymouth as the site^ for the $650 million, 1,260,000-square-foot (117,000 m2) development originally slated to be complete in 2010. The proposal included fourteen sound stages 10-acre (40,000 m2) back lots, a multipurpose theater, a hotel and offices. The original proposed location for the studio complex was located in South Plymo...
 Ezekiel Pond is a 36-acre (150,000 m2) pond in Plymouth, Massachusetts, south of West Wind Shores, north of Little Rocky Pond, east of White Island Pond, and west of Big Sandy Pond and Whites Pond. The pond has an average depth of eight feet and a maximum depth of 19 feet (5.8 m). Most of the land along the southern and eastern shores of the pond has been developed. Access to the southern shore of the pond is possible by foot over unimproved land from Bourne Road. Its shores designate the locati...
 
 
 Sampsons Pond (also called Sampson�s Pond and Sampson Pond) is a 310-acre (1.3 km2) warm water infertile pond in Carver, Massachusetts, in the South Carver section of town, southwest of Dunham Pond. The pond has an average depth of nine feet and a maximum depth of 14 feet (4.3 m). The water is clear with a transparency of 12 feet (3.7 m). Access to the pond is a paved launching ramp off Lake View St. suitable for trailer boats. Although there is no launching fee, the Town of Carver requires a ...
 

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 Big Sandy Pond is a 134-acre (0.54 km2) natural kettlehole pond in Plymouth, Massachusetts. It is a semi-private pond located within West Wind Shores, north of Buzzards Bay, Little Sandy Pond and Whites Pond, and east of Ezekiel Pond. The pond has an average depth of 19 feet (5.8 m) and a maximum depth of 37 feet (11 m). There are less than two miles (3 km) of shoreline. Bourne Road runs near the western shore of the pond. The Ponds of Plymouth, a large residential development, surrounds the nor...
 
 
 Snipatuit Pond is a shallow 710-acre (2.9 km2) warm water pond in Rochester, Massachusetts. The average depth is five feet and the maximum depth is six feet, except for one very small nine foot hole near the pump station on the west shore. The pond is the headwaters of the Mattapoisett River. The inflow comes from two sources: Cedar Swamp, which is located to the northeast, and Great Quittacas Pond, which is connected to Snipatuit Pond and located to the northwest. The water quality is impaired ...
Golf clubs and courses in Massachusetts, Buildings and structures in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, Articles lacking sources from April 2010, All articles lacking sources, Orphaned articles from April 2010, All orphaned articles, Articles with topics of unclear notability from January 2013, All articles with topics of unclear notability, Articles needing cleanup from November 2009, All articles needing cleanup, Cleanup tagged articles without a reason field from November 200... 
 
 
 
 
 King Richard�s Faire is a renaissance fair held in Carver, Massachusetts, which recreates a 16th-century marketplace, including handmade crafts, foods, musicians, singers, dancers, minstrels, mimes, jugglers, magicians, comedians, puppeteers, gymnasts, exotic animals (including Siberian tigers and ligers), acrobats, mud beggars, stilt walkers, knights jousting on horseback, a royal court, and the fictional King Richard. King Richard�s Faire is the longest-running renaissance fair in New Engl...
Ned Point Light is a historic lighthouse on Neds Point Road in Mattapoisett, Massachusetts. The light was built in 1838 at a cost of $4,500. The stone from which was built was all found nearby. There are 32 granite steps which lead to the lantern that are cantilevered without the use of mortar. The original stone keepers house was loaded on a barge and taken to Wings Neck Light in 1923. The light was deactivated from 1951 to 1963 after the land was sold to the town of Mattapoisett for use as a p...
 
 

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  Clem Spillane Field is a baseball venue in Wareham, Massachusetts, home to the Wareham Gatemen of the Cape Cod Baseball League. Wareham High School is located to the west of the field.  

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