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Monument Mills are historic textile mills in the Housatonic village of Great Barrington, Massachusetts. The Monument Mills Company operated a textile business at these sites between 1850 and 1955. Its facilities, which occupy both sides of the Housatonic River and from which they initially drew their power, underwent significant expansion and renovation over this period of use, predominantly in the 19th and early 20th century. A decline in demand and changing tastes in textiles brought about a d...
Housatonic Congregational Church is a historic church at 1089 Main Street in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. It was built in 1892 to replace an earlier church, the first built for the congregation in 1842. It was designed by H. Neill Wilson, who also designed a number of notable Pittsfield buildings. In 1902 a new parsonage replaced an earlier one which was purchased by the Monument Mills Company; it was sold in 1979 to provide funds for needed work on the church and the rest of the property. T...
 Monument Mountain is a 2.5-mile (4.0 km) long quartzite ridgeline located in Great Barrington and Stockbridge, Massachusetts in the Berkshires geology. Beside the high point, 1,739 feet (530 m), the mountain has several other distinct peaks, most notably the open, knife-edge Squaw Peak, 1,642 feet (500 m) located on the southeast side of the mountain within the 503-acre (204 ha) Monument Mountain reservation managed by The Trustees of Reservations. The mountain receives over 20,000 visitors per ...
Monument Mountain is the name of a popular 503-acre (204 ha) open space reservation located in Great Barrington, Massachusetts on the southeast side of Monument Mountain. The reservation is centered on the 1,642 feet (500 m) subordinate summit of Squaw Peak. It is managed by The Trustees of Reservations, a non-profit conservation organization and is notable for its expansive views of the Housatonic River Valley, The Berkshires, the Taconic Mountains, and the Catskill Mountains of New York from t...
The Glendale Power House is a historic power station on the Housatonic River, just off Massachusetts Route 183 in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. The 1905 power house was the one of the first places in the United States where electricity was generated for the purpose of providing power to an industrial facility. It was built by Monument Mills of Housatonic, at the site of a dam that dated to the 1840s for a papermaking operation. The stone building uses stone originally quarried for the Glendale Woo...
The Main Street Historic District is a historic district encompassing the scenic and historic portions of Main Street in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. The downtown portion of Main Street is widely recognizable due to its use by Norman Rockwell in his 1967 painting, Main Street, Stockbridge at Christmas. The central portion of Main Street is a broad street with wide green lawns, anchored by a traditional New England town center containing a church and municipal buildings. Along this part of Main St...
US Post Office�Great Barrington Main is a historic post office at 222 Main Street in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. It was designed by architect Lorimer Rich and constructed in 1935. It was built principally of brick, with marble, wood, and concrete details. The building is basically rectangular, with a wooden portico supported by Doric columns projecting from the center of the buildings front, providing shelter for the main entrance. The columns are of concrete, the steps leading to the ent...
Therapeutic community, Boarding schools in Massachusetts, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Private high schools in Massachusetts, Educational institutions established in 1985, Schools in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, Therapeutic boarding schools in the United States, Massachusetts school stubs, Hidden categories:, NPOV disputes from March 2013, All NPOV disputes, Articles needing additional references from March 2013, All articles needing additional references, Coordinates on Wikidata, All st... 
The Elm-Maple-South Streets Historic District is a historic district encompassing part of the historic downtown of Stockbridge, Massachusetts. The most prominent parts of Stockbridge lie within the Main Street Historic District, which abuts this district to the north. The southern boundary of this district is the railroad tracks that run parallel to the Housatonic River. The eastern boundary of the district is Laurel Hill, a wooded park overlooking the town, and the western boundary is a terrace...
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United Church of Christ churches in Massachusetts, Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Churches completed in 1883, 19th-century United Church of Christ church buildings, Churches in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, Stone churches in Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, Berkshire County, Massachusetts Registered Historic Place stubs, Massachusetts church s...
The Mahaiwe Block is a commercial building in the heart of downtown Great Barrington, Massachusetts. In addition to smaller business, it houses the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, the towns only major performance space. It has been in virtually continuous operation since its construction in 1905. The building is located at 6-14 Castle St. and 314-322 Main St, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The buildings condition and fate in the 1990s were a major contributing factor ...
Historic districts in the United States, Gardens in Massachusetts, Historic house museums in Massachusetts, Museums in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, Houses completed in 1885, Houses in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, National Historic Landmarks in Massachusetts, Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, The Trustees of Reservations, Stockbridge, Massachusetts, Shingle Style houses, Landscape design...
 
The Dwight-Henderson House is a historic house at 390 Main Street in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. It is the second oldest house in Great Barrington, built in 1759 for Joseph Dwight, a brigadier in the colonial militia, by local builder Daniel Allen. The saltbox home was originally built into a slope, and had three stories on the front and one in the rear. The house as been moved twice, but remains within 200 feet (61 m) of its original site. The second move, the foundation that formed the wa...
 
The Stockbridge Casino is a historic building now at East Main Street at Yale Hill Road in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Designed by Stanford White, the casino was built in 1887 on Main Street at the base of Prospect Hill, and for many years was a popular recreational and social attraction (according to older usages of the word casino, it was not necessarily a gambling establishment). After falling into decline, the property was purchased in 1927 by Mabel Choate, owner of the nearby Naumkeag estat...
Theatre festivals in the United States, Festivals in Massachusetts, 1928 establishments in Massachusetts, Visitor attractions in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, Buildings and structures in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, Stockbridge, Massachusetts, Recurring events established in 1928, Hidden categories:, Articles needing cleanup from December 2007, All articles needing cleanup, Cleanup tagged articles without a reason field from December 2007, Wikipedia pages needing cleanup from December 200...
  
The Wheeler Family Farmstead is a historic farm complex at 817 South Main Street in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. The farmhouse has elements dating to the 1730s, including evidence of building methods used by Dutch settlers of the Hudson River valley, and has been successively modified in each of the following centuries, with the last significant work occurring in the 1920s. All of the surviving farm buildings in the complex are at least 90 years old, and some date to the 19th century. The co...

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The W.E.B. Du Bois Boyhood Homesite (or W.E.B. Du Bois Homesite) is a National Historic Landmark in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, commemorating an important location in the life of African American intellectual and civil rights activist W.E.B. Du Bois (1868�1963). The site contains foundational remnants of the home of Du Bois grandfather, where Du Bois lived for the first five years of his life. Du Bois was given the house in 1928, and planned to renovate it, but was unable to do so. He sol...
The North Egremont Historic District is a historic district in Egremont, Massachusetts. It encompasses a crossroads village in the northern part of the town, where the north-south road, now Massachusetts Route 71, connects Kinderhook, New York to points further south, and the east-west road runs from Hillsdale, New York, toward Housatonic, Massachusetts. The district encompasses some 336 acres (136 ha) along these and other roadways near their junction. The oldest property in the area, a house, ...
 
Congregational Church of West Stockbridge is an historic Congregational church building at 45 Main Street in West Stockbridge, Massachusetts. The building is the second belonging to a congregation that was formed in 1833. Its first building, constructed in 1843, was destroyed by fire in 1881. The second church, dedicated in February 1882, was built by local contractor B. H. Hatch of Great Barrington. It was built in the then-fashionable Stick style, in a cruciform plan on the site of the old chu...
West Stockbridge Town Hall is the seat of government of the town of West Stockbridge, Massachusetts. It is located at 9 Main Street. The two story Greek Revival building was built in 1854, and has retained much of its original woodwork and integrity despite its use for a variety of civic purposes in the time since its construction. One of the few prominent 20th century exterior alterations is the addition of a cupola in 1978 to house the bell of an 1878 schoolhouse. Although it was built with th...
 
Hyde House is a historic house at 144 W. Park Street in Lee, Massachusetts. The house was built in 1792 as the home of Lees first minister, Alvan Hyde. The three story colonial house features six working original fireplaces and original wide pine flooring. Rev. Hyde served as minister to Lees First Congregational Church for 41 years; the house eventually passed to his son, Alexander, who opened a school at the residence. The Hyde House Boarding School for Boys drew students from as far off as Bo...

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Shadow Brook Farm Historic District is located in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. It is a historic district that includes six re-purposed farm buildings related to the former Shadowbrook mansion destroyed by fire in 1956. Designed by architect H. Neill Wilson with landscaping by Frederick Law Olmsted, the mansion and farm buildings were built for Anson Phelps Stokes in 1893. Andrew Carnegie acquired Shadowbrook in 1917 and died there in 1919. It served as a Jesuit novitiate from 1922 until 1970. Fol...
Houses completed in 1902, Historic house museums in Massachusetts, Georgian Revival architecture in Massachusetts, National Historic Landmarks in Massachusetts, Biographical museums in Massachusetts, Museums in Lenox, Massachusetts, Houses in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, Houses on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Literary museums in the United States, Womens museums in Massachusetts, Reportedly haunted locations in Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places...
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The Westover�Bacon�Potts Farm is a historic farm at 62 Undermountain Road (MA 41), south of its junction with MA 23 in Egremont, Massachusetts. Land for the farm was purchased in 1744 by Jon Westover, who built the house that now stands on the property. In the 1790s the property was purchased by Elijah Bacon, in whose family it remained until 1965. In the intervening years little was done to modernize the house. The 1965 purchasers, the Goldricks, were antique dealers with connections in the...
 
 
Richmond Furnace Historical and Archeological District is a historic industrial district located on State, Cone Hill, and Furnace Roads in Richmond, Massachusetts. The industrial history of the site dates to 1763 when the first grist and sawmills were built. In 1829, the first stone furnace was constructed for the production of iron from abundant hematite ore found nearby. It was rebuilt in 1863, and overhauled in 1905 to increase capacity. The current structure measures approximately 33 feet ta...
 
 Tyringham Cobble is a 206-acre (83 ha) open space reservation located in Tyringham, Massachusetts on 411 m (1,348 ft) Cobble Hill in The Berkshires. It is managed by The Trustees of Reservations, a non-profit conservation organization, and is notable for its scenic views over the rural landscape of Tyringham Valley from rocky ledges and open fields. The reservation consists of the hill and surrounding agricultural and pasture land. In 2008, part of the 2,175 mile (3,500 km) Appalachian Trail was...
Golden Hill Bridge is a historic bridge on Golden Hill Road over the Housatonic River in Lee, Massachusetts. The pony truss bridge was built c. 1885 for a cost of about $1,100. Most of this cost was paid to the Berlin Iron Bridge Co. for the truss. The bridge is one of only five Berlin Co. bridges in the Berkshires, and is the only known surviving bridge to implement modifications to the pony truss design patented by William O. Douglas in 1885. The bridge was listed on the National Register of H...
 Canyon Ranch operates two destination health spa resorts in the United States. Canyon Ranch resorts are located in Tucson, Arizona, and Lenox, Massachusetts. Canyon Ranch also operates Canyon Ranch Hotel & Spa in Miami Beach, Florida, as well as SpaClub locations with primarily day spa facilities. These are located at the Venetian and the Palazzo hotels in Las Vegas, and on various cruise ships including the Queen Mary 2, Regent Seven Seas, Oceania and Celebrity cruise ships. Canyon Ranchs sloga...

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Shakespeare & Company is an American theatre company located in Lenox, Massachusetts in the Berkshire region of western Massachusetts. It was founded in 1978 by artistic director Tina Packer, who stepped down in 2009. Tony Simotes is the current artistic director. A co-founder was Kristin Linklater, who developed the Linklater vocal technique and left the company in the mid-1990s. The company performs Shakespeare and new plays of social and political significance, reaching over 75,000 patrons an...
Methodist Episcopal Society of Tyringham (or the Union Church and Parsonage) is a historic church at 128-130 Main Road in Tyringham, Massachusetts. The property includes a Greek Revival church building built in 1844, and a parsonage house next door. The house was built around the same time as the church as a private residence, and was only later acquired for use as a parsonage. The church is a large single-story story wood frame structure on a marble foundation. Its tower rises to a height of 70...
 
 Spring Lawn is a historic home on Kemble Street in Lenox, Massachusetts. Built in 1904 for John Alexandre, the mansion is considered a unique blend of Beaux-Arts and Classical Revival styles. Spring Lawn was designed by Guy Lowell who was also the architect of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the New York Supreme Court courthouse. The property has seen many uses over the years including acting as the home of the National Music Foundation and Shakespeare & Company. Today, there are plans to co...
The Boston University Tanglewood Institute (BUTI) is recognized internationally as a premiere summer training program for aspiring high school-age musicians and is the only program of its kind associated with one of the world�s great symphony orchestras. Under the guidance of distinguished professionals and in the presence of the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO), young people devote themselves to an artistic experience without parallel. The high artistic standards, rich culture of learning, and...
The Old Lenox High School building is a historic school building at 109 Housatonic Street in Lenox, Massachusetts. The building was constructed in 1908, and served as the towns public high school until 1966, when a new high school was built. It underwent major renovations and additions in the 1940s and 1960s. The building was then used as school facilities for grades 4 through 6 until the 1970s, when (known as the Cameron School) it began to serve grades 2 through 5. The school was closed in 199...
Bridges on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Covered bridges in Massachusetts, Bridges in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, Visitor attractions in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, Road bridges in Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, Berkshire County, Massachusetts Registered Historic Place stubs, Northeastern United States bridge (structure) stubs, Massachusetts building and structure stubs, Massachusetts transportation s...Old Covered Bridge is a covered bridge on Covered Bridge Lane in Sheffield, Massachusetts. It is a replica of an 1837 lattice truss bridge that was destroyed by fire in 1994. At the time of its destruction it was the oldest such bridge in Massachusetts. The 100-foot (30 m) bridge spans the Housatonic River north of the Sheffield village center. The original bridge was restored in 1974 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978, and has not been removed. The replacement bridge...
 Lenox Dale is a village in Lenox, Massachusetts, United States at the border of the town of Lee, along the Housatonic River. It is a small village, but a village nonetheless with its own post office (zip code 01242), school, two stores, and a Catholic church. The main street in the town is Crystal Street. Crystal street got its name for the large amounts of crystals found in the area. In the earlier times, it depended upon the river to provide power for its paper mills. More recently the largest...

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