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Stallbrook Marketplace is a 238,000-square-foot (22,100 m2) shopping center in the suburban bedroom community of Bellingham, Massachusetts. Developed by S.R. Weiner and W- S Development of Chestnut Hill, MA, it was one of the first major retail centers in the region, and the first in the town. It is one of four major developments in the area. The Crossroads Center Bellingham opened in 1996, the Charles River Center opened in 1998, and the proposed Shoppes at Bellingham opened in 2008. The shoppi...
The North Bellingham Cemetery and Oak Hill Cemetery are a pair of adjacent cemeteries in Bellingham, Massachusetts. They are located on the north side of Hartford Avenue (Massachusetts Route 126) a short way east of its junction with Interstate 495. The municipally-owned North Bellingham Cemetery is a roughly 1 acre (0.40 ha) plot, and is the oldest cemetery in the town, holding the graves of many of the towns founders. Its earliest recorded burial was in 1712, and the last was in 1888. Oak Hill...
 
 Tri-County is a vocational technical high school in Franklin, Massachusetts. Established in 1977, Tri-County�s mission is to provide an excellent comprehensive technical and academic education to regional high school students. Enrollment at Tri-County is now approaching 1,000 students. Tri-County is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. It is a member of the Massachusetts School to Career Initiative, a member of the Metro West Consortium on Technical Preparation, a...
Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Houses in Worcester County, Massachusetts, Chapels in the United States, Churches in Worcester County, Massachusetts, Churches completed in 1830, Mendon, Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Worcester County, Massachusetts, 1830 establishments in Massachusetts, Worcester County, Massachusetts Registered Historic Place stubs, Massachusetts church stubs, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, All stub arti...The Nathan C. Aldrich House and Resthaven Chapel are an historic house and chapel at 111 Providence Street in Mendon, Massachusetts. The date of construction of Nathan Aldrichs stone house is not known; it is estimated to have been built c. 1830 based on its Greek Revival details. Stone farmhouses of the period are rare in Mendon, and are predominantly associated with Quakers like Aldrich. The property was acquired in 1891 by Catherine Regina Seabury, who established a rural retreat for women on...
 
 
 
 
The Hopedale Village Historic District encompasses much of the historic 19th century industrial village center of Hopedale, Massachusetts. Its main focus is the mill complex of the Draper Company at Hopedale and Freedom Streets; the district includes much of northern Hopedale, extending along Dutcher and Freedom Streets, and including the mill pond. It extends to the south just beyond Mendon Street, including properties on that street from the Milford line west to Hopedale Cemetery. The district...

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The Franklin Common Historic District is a historic district encompassing the traditional village center of Franklin, Massachusetts. The primary focus of the district is the town common, a roughly triangular green which took shape in the mid-18th century. The district includes the buildings that abut the green, and extends northward along Main Street to its junction with Lincoln Street, where the Red Brick School is located. The Dean Junior College Historic District abuts this district to the so...
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The Mendon Center Historic District is a historic district encompassing the village center of Mendon, Massachusetts, and some of its surrounding rural areas. It is roughly bounded by Main, Hastings, Maple, North, Washington & George Streets. The village is centered on the triangle defined by Main, Hastings, and Maple Streets, with dwellings built up on the roads that radiate away from this area. Founders Park, located at the junction of Main, Hastings, North and Milford Streets, is the site of t...
Cities in Massachusetts, Cities in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, Populated places established in 1660, 1660 establishments in the Thirteen Colonies, Hidden categories:, Articles lacking in-text citations from August 2015, All articles lacking in-text citations, Articles needing additional references from April 2014, All articles needing additional references, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from April 2014, Commons category template with no category se...The Town of Franklin is a city in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, US. Franklin is one of fourteen Massachusetts municipalities that have applied for, and been granted, city forms of government but wish to retain The town of� in their official names. As of 2012, the citys population was 33,092. It is home to the countrys first library, with its first books donated by Benjamin Franklin. It also contains the largest Catholic parish in the Boston Archdiocese, St. Marys Catholic church, with some 15...
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Braggville is a former postal-village located in Massachusetts, with boundaries extensive in the towns of Holliston in Middlesex County, Medway in Norfolk County and Milford in Worcester County. Though people had settled the land long before the incorporation of the town of Holliston, Braggvilles unofficial history began on March 8, 1785 when Alexander Bragg purchased farmland there. The village itself however, would be named for his nephew, Colonel Arial Bragg, Hollistons first shoe and boot ma...
The Southwick-Daniels Farm is a historic farm at 286 Mendon Street in Blackstone, Massachusetts. The farmstead was established c. 1750, when the oldest portion of the main farmhouse was built, and has been in the same family since 1797. This house portion is now the ell of the main house, which was built c. 1830. There are three other buildings that date to the 19th century: the barn (c. 1850), the henhouse (c. 1830), and the cider mill (c. 1870). Other important aspects of the farms landscape a...

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The North Avenue Rural Historic District is a rural historic district in northern Mendon, Massachusetts. It covers 345 acres (140 ha), and extends predominantly along North Street, between Esty Road and Powers Road, and eastward along Hopedale Street and Trask Road. The area has been a rural agricultural area since the early days of Mendons history in the 17th century. The present landscape retains boundaries and land-use patterns that were established in the 18th and 19th centuries, although so...
 
 
 
Metcalf (rarely, Metcalfs) is an unincorporated village and former railway stop located in the town of Holliston in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. The village does not have its own post office, and was formerly a stop for the Boston and Albany Railroad. Today it is characterized its historic pump house and several historic structures abutting the crossroads of Washington St. and Summer St.. Historically the village also had a schoolhouse and several small farms, but remains a re...
Hydrant No. 3 House is a historic fire station on Washington Street in Holliston, Massachusetts. It is referred to locally as the Metcalf Pump House. The single-story wood frame building was built c. 1871, and was designed to house a single period fire engine. The buildings principal ornamentation is its hose tower, which is topped by an Italianate-style cupola. It is the towns oldest surviving fire house, and one of only a few 19th-century municipal buildings in the town. The building remained ...
The Jenckes Mansion is an historic house at 837 Social Street in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. This three-story brick double house was built in 1828 by the Jenckes family, owners of the mills around which this area of the Woonsocket, known as Jenckesville, grew. The building exhibits late Federal styling, and is distinctive as a rare example of a period private residence with ballroom. This space, located on the buildings attic space, was divided into residential spaces c. 1900, when the building wa...
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The Blackstone River and Canal Heritage State Park is a part of the state park system of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, managed by the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR). This 1,000-acre (4.0 km2) park recalls the role of canals in transporting raw materials and manufactured goods between emerging industrial centers. The Blackstone River and Canal Heritage State Park at Uxbridge, Massachusetts, is the midpoint of the Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corrid...
West Hill Dam Reserve is a United States Army Corps of Engineers flood control project with a recreational park and wildlife management area located at Uxbridge, Massachusetts. The West Hill Dam Project was completed in 1960. It is located on the West River, one of the branches of the Blackstone River which flows from Worcester, MA to Providence, RI. The West River originates in Grafton, Massachusetts, at Cider Mill Pond and Silver Lake, near Upton, Massachusetts, and the Upton State Forest. The...
 

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French-Canadian culture in Rhode Island, Roman Catholic churches completed in 1913, 20th-century Roman Catholic church buildings, Churches in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence, Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Rhode Island, Historic American Buildings Survey in Rhode Island, Woonsocket, Rhode Island, Providence County, Rhode Island Registered Historic Place stubs, Northeastern United States church stubs, Rhode Island religious building and st...
Railway bridges on the National Register of Historic Places, Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, New York and New England Railroad, Buildings and structures in Worcester County, Massachusetts, Railroad bridges in Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Worcester County, Massachusetts, Worcester County, Massachusetts Registered Historic Place stubs, Northeastern United States bridge (structure) stubs, Massachusetts building and structure stubs, Mas...The Blackstone Viaduct, or the New York & New England Railroad Viaduct is a historic viaduct in Blackstone, Massachusetts. The viaduct was built in 1872 by the Boston, Hartford and Erie Railroad and the American Bridge Company. The viaduct is 1,600 feet (490 m) long structure, consisting of masonry arches and earthen embankments in the Massachusetts portion of the village of Waterford. It runs from the Blackstone River in the east to a still-watered section of the defunct Blackstone Canal to the...
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The North End Historic District is a historic district in Woonsocket, Rhode Island encompassing an affluent residential area developed predominantly between about 1880 and 1930. It is bounded by Harris Avenue on the west, Winter Street on the north, Summer and Prospect Streets to the east, and Spring and Blackstone Streets to the south. It is separated from Woonsockets commercial and industrial heart by a neighborhood of densely populated worker housing. Most of the districts 224 major buildings...
The Stadium Theatre, part of the Stadium Building and Theatre, is an historic theater and commercial building at 329 Main Street in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. The complex consists of two connected sections, one housing the theater, the other offices, both with retail spaces on the ground floor. The theater was designed by Perry and Whipple of Providence and built in 1926. Initial funding came from Mrs. Norbert Champeau, a widow with interest in the theater, but the project was soon taken over by ...
The Chestnut Hill Meetinghouse (also known as South Parish Meeting House) is an historic meeting house at the corner of Chestnut and Thayer Streets in Millville, Massachusetts. The 2.5 story wood frame meetinghouse was built in 1769. It is very plainly decorated, with only its door surrounds of architectural interest. They consist of pilasters flanking the door, which is topped by a full triangular pediment. The interior consists of a large meeting chamber, in which stand 26 box pews. The buildi...
 
The Cato Hill Historic District is a residential historic district (United States) in central Woonsocket, Rhode Island. It consists of about 2-1- 2 blocks of Church and Cato Streets, as well as the streets crossing them (Clarkin Lane and Boyden Street). The area, located on a hill just above Woonsockets downtown area, is a densely populated area built primarily between 1838 and 1875, during Woonsockets growth as a major textile processing center. Cato Hill is named for Cato Aldrich, an African A...
 

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The Ellice School is a historic two-room schoolhouse at 185 Pleasant Street in Millis, Massachusetts. The single story wood frame Greek Revival building was constructed c. 1849, when Millis was still part of Medway. It is sheathed in wood shingles, with wood trim, including corner pilasters. Its gable roof is clad in asphalt shingles. The building served as a public school until 1931. It was used during the Great Depression and the Second World War for community activities, but has stood vacant ...
 
 Woonsocket is a city in Providence County, Rhode Island, United States. The population was 43,224 at the 2000 census, making it the sixth largest city in the state. Woonsocket lies directly south of the Massachusetts border. The city is the corporate headquarters of CVS Caremark, a leading integrated pharmacy services provider. It is also home to Landmark Medical Center, St John the Baptist Union, the Museum of Work and Culture and the American-French Genealogical Society. Local Hip-Hop radio st...
The Main Street Historic District is a historic district in the central business district of Woonsocket, Rhode Island, USA. It extends along Main Street, between the railroad tracks just northeast of its cunction with Clinton Street, and roughly Ascension Street at the southwest. Most of the sixteen buildings in this area were built at the height of Woonsockets prosperity, roughly between 1850 and 1930. The district is characterized by brick and masonry buildings generally between two and six st...
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Allen Street Historic District is a historic district encompassing a collection of smaller textile mills in central Woonsocket, Rhode Island. The district extends on either side of Allen Street, an road isolated between Truman Drive (built in the mid-20th century) and the Blackstone River, and includes buildings dating from c. 1860 to c. 1930. Of the five textile mill buildings in the district, four are brick structures built between about 1900 and 1920; the oldest building in the district is th...
The Woonsocket Company Mill Complex (also known as Hemond, Inc., Woonsocket Weaving Co., Blackstone Valley Electric) is a historic district encompassing one of the largest mill complexes in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. The district includes all of the buildings historically associated with the Woonsocket Company, a major manufacturer of cotton textiles in the 19th century. The complex is located along the eastern bank of the Blackstone River between Court and Bernon Streets. It includes three hands...
Wheelockville is a village in the town (township) of Uxbridge, Massachusetts, United States. Part of the village centering on Mendon and Henry streets is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Wheelockville Historic District. Wheelockville appears on the Blackstone U.S. Geological Survey Map. Worcester County is in the Eastern time zone (GMT -5) and observes DST. The Village receives municipal services from Uxbridge, for fire, police, EMS, School district, public works, and ot...
Woonsocket Rubber Company Mill is an historic mill at 60-82 Main Street in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. The mill consists of a series of 3- and 4-story brick buildings built between 1865 and 1875 by Edward Harris, one of Woonsockets leading businessmen. These buildings housed the Woonsocket Rubbert Company, one of Rhode Islands first manufacturer of rubber products, principally shoes, boots, and rubberized fabric. In 1910 the complex was purchased by the Falls Yarn Company, which used it for the pr...

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  Bellingham is a census-designated place (CDP) in the town of Bellingham in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 4,854 at the 2010 census.  

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