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Census-designated places in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Census-designated places in Worcester County, Massachusetts, Villages in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Villages in Worcester County, Massachusetts, Villages in Massachusetts, Census-designated places in Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles needing additional references from June 2007, All articles needing additional references, Commons category template with no category set, Commons category without a...
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The Francis W. Parker Charter Essential School (usually referred to as the Parker Charter School by the public, or simply Parker by students) is a public charter school in Devens, Massachusetts that serves students in grades 7 to 12. It was established in 1995 under the Massachusetts Education Reform Act of 1993, and currently serves 384 students from 40 surrounding towns in north central Massachusetts, including Acton. Pepperell, Concord, Lunenburg, and Westford. As a member of the Coalition o...
Massachusetts Correctional Institution � Shirley is a medium-security state prison in Shirley, Massachusetts. The facility also contains a minimum security section which houses less dangerous prisoners. MCI-Shirley maintains 13 inmate housing units, a 28-bed full service hospital unit, a 59-bed segregation unit, gym, recreation areas, school, industries, laundry, vocational area, and food services- programs. This facility is under the jurisdiction of the Massachusetts Department of Correction....
 
Historic districts in the United States, Populated places established in 1793, Historic districts in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Historic districts in Worcester County, Massachusetts, Shaker communities or museums, Christian communities, National Register of Historic Places in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Worcester County, Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, Coordinates on Wikidata, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced st...
 
Ayer is a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. Originally part of Groton, it was incorporated February 14, 1871^ and became a major commercial railroad junction. The town was home to Camp Stevens, a training camp for Massachusetts volunteers during the American Civil War. Later, Fort Devens was established by the federal government to train New England soldiers for World War I. Fort Devens was a major influence in the area until its closure in 1994. The towns population was 7,...
Community Memorial Hospital is an historic hospital building at 15 Winthrop Avenue in Ayer, Massachusetts. The brick and stone Colonial Revival building was constructed in 1929, and expanded in the 1950s. It was designed by the Fitchburg architectural firm of Haynes & Mason, and was the first hospital building dedicated to serving the town of Ayer. The organization that operated the hospital was created by the merger of the Ayer Hospital Association, founded in 1912, and the Ayer Private Hospita...

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Historic districts in the United States, Historic house museums in Massachusetts, Museums in Worcester County, Massachusetts, Art museums in Massachusetts, Open-air museums in Massachusetts, Shaker communities or museums, Historic districts in Worcester County, Massachusetts, Shingle Style architecture in Massachusetts, Houses in Worcester County, Massachusetts, Native American museums in Massachusetts, Harvard, Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Worcester County, Massachuset...
Harvard is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts. The town is located 25 miles west-northwest of Boston, in eastern Massachusetts. A farming community settled in 1658 and incorporated in 1732, it has been home to several non-traditional communities, such as Harvard Shaker Village and the utopian Transcendentalist center Fruitlands. Today it is an affluent residential town noted for its excellent public schools, with its students consistently ranking in the states top ten test results in Engl...
The Bromfield School is a public school located in Harvard, Massachusetts. Founded in 1878 by Margaret Bromfield Blanchard, the schools student population is approximately 750, in grades 6�12. There are 57 teachers, with a student- faculty ratio of about 13. Bromfields academic program includes core courses in mathematics, English, social studies, and science, as well as music, world languages, physical education and fine and applied arts. Students in grades 9�12 fulfill graduation requireme...
The Harvard Center Historic District is a historic district encompassing the traditional village center of Harvard, Massachusetts, USA. The district is centered on the town common, a triangular grassy space bounded by Elm Street, Still River Road, and Ayer Road. The common is ringed by residences, civic and religious buildings, and a small commercial area. The common was laid out when the town was founded in 1732, and has grown, mainly in periods of growth at the late 18th and late 19th- early 2...
 
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Indian Hill House is a private residence named for the Indian Hills of Groton, Massachusetts. Designed in 1962-63 by Maurice K. Smith, the house was built by Ralph S. Osmond & Sons. Concept and construction of the house were commissioned in 1962 by Arthur Floyd Blackman and his wife Camilla Cunningham Blackman. The influence of Mid-Century modern architecture is readily discernible here although Smith moves beyond this with an elaboration of his own Form Language - an approach to design that he ...
Boxborough Old Town Center is a historic district encompassing the historic center of Boxborough, Massachusetts. It consists of a cluster of properties that lie primarily along Hill Road, extending from point a short way north of its junction with Schoolhouse Lane to a bend in road just south Middle Street. The 52 contributing properties range in date from the 1770s to the early 20th century, spanning much of the towns history. The town was bypassed by significant economic development in the 19t...
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The old Groton High School is a historic school building at 145 ain Street in Groton, Massachusetts. It has also variously been known as the Prescott School, Groton Junior High School, and Butler School. The building is two stories, with a flat roof. It is divided into four sections: a central portion that protrudes slightly from the main facade, which is topped by a pedimented gable, two wings that flank the central portion, and a rear section behind the central building. Because the building s...
 Littleton High School is a public high school located at 56 King Street, Littleton, Massachusetts. It serves students in grades 9-12 from the town of Littleton. The building was opened in 2002. It was formerly located on the site of the current middle school from 1957�2002 on Russell Street. From 1924 to 1957 it was located on Shattuck Street in the building that now houses the town offices and the Reuben Hoar library. From 1957�1968 it was operated as a Junior- Senior high school and again ...
 
 
North Leominster is a passenger rail station on the MBTA Commuter Rail Fitchburg Line. It is located at 34 Nashua Street, east of Main Street in Leominster, Massachusetts. The station, which is fully handicapped accessible, has two side platforms to serve the lines two tracks. (The outbound platform is only able to be reached by crossing the tracks from the inbound platform). There is a small freight yard adjacent to the parking lot and mainline tracks on the south end of the inbound platform. A...
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Lancaster, Massachusetts, Towns in Worcester County, Massachusetts, Populated places established in 1653, 1653 establishments in Massachusetts, Towns in Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, Wikipedia articles incorporating a citation from Appletons Cyclopedia, Coordinates on Wikidata, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from July 2011, Commons category template with no category set, Commons category with page title same as on Wikidata, Wikipedia articles inco...
The Mall at Whitney Field, formerly Searstown Mall, is an enclosed shopping center located off of Route 2 near the junction with Interstate 190 in Leominster, Massachusetts, United States. The mall opened in 1967 and was renovated and renamed in 2004. The mall features J.C. Penney, Macys (originally Filenes), Sears, and Burlington Coat Factory as anchor stores. The mall was previously owned by Walton Street Capital LLC of Chicago until May 2013 when Vintage Real Estate acquired the mall with pla...
The Whitcomb Inn and Farm (also known as the David and Tilly Whitcomb House and Farm, and the Samuel Wheeler House and Farm) is an historic farm at 43 Old Sugar Road in Bolton, Massachusetts. The oldest portion of the farmhouse, which is believed to be the oldest building in Bolton, is estimated to have been built c. 1708, when David Whitcomb acquired the land from his father. The rear leanto section with a Beverly jog (a section of the rear addition projecting beyond the side of the original st...
 
The Lancaster Industrial School for Girls was a reform school in Lancaster, Massachusetts. It was the countrys first state reform school for girls, opening on August 26, 1856. The facility provided its charges with separate rooms, arranged in three-story cottages with kitchen, dining, and other public facilities on the ground floor, rooms for the girls and a housemother on the second, and space for teachers on the third floor. This school paved the way of social reform, moving away from child im...
The Lunenburg Historic District is a historic district encompassing the historic center of Lunenburg, Massachusetts. The district is centered on a stretch of Main Street which connects two triangular intersections. It includes many of the towns oldest buildings, including the c. 1724 Cushing House, and the c. 1730 Stillman Stone House. Three of the towns most significant institutional buildings were built before 1850: the town hall (a former Unitarian church), the Congregational church, and the ...
 
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Fitchburg Municipal Airport (ICAO: KFIT, FAA LID: FIT) is a public airport located 3 miles (5 km) southeast of the central business district of Fitchburg, a city in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States. This airport is owned by the City of Fitchburg. The airport also serves as a base for the Fitchburg Pilots Association- EAA chapter 1454. This group uses the airport to host events such as Young Eagles and flights in EAAs Ford Trimotor. The airport is actively seeking to expand runway 1...
Leominster (- �l�m�nst�r- LEM-�n-st�r) is a city in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States. It is the second-largest city in Worcester County, with a population of 40,759 at the 2010 census. Leominster is located north of Worcester and west of Boston. Both Route 2 and Route 12 pass through Leominster. Interstate 190, Route 13, and Route 117 all have starting- ending points in Leominster. Leominster is bounded by Fitchburg and Lunenburg to the north, Lancaster to the east, Ste...
The Bolton Center Historic District is the historic center of the town of Bolton, Massachusetts. The district encompasses what is essentially a linear town center, strung out principally along Main Street (Massachusetts Route 117). Although the towns first meetinghouse (built c. 1740 and no longer extant) lay outside the current center, by the early 19th century the towns focus had moved to the main east-west road through the town (now Route 117). The district includes a variety of houses from t...
The Frances H. and Jonathan Drake House is an historic house at 21 Franklin Street in Leominster, Massachusetts, United States. The 1.5 story wood frame house was built in 1848 by Jonathan Drake, and is a fairly typical Greek Revival workers cottage. The house is particularly notable for the trap door located in its front parlor, which appears to have been purpose-built into the house at the time of its construction. Jonathan and his wife Frances were ardent abolitionists, and their house has be...
The Old Burying Ground is a historic cemetery on King Street near the junction with White Street in Littleton, Massachusetts. Established in 1721, it was the towns first formal burying ground, and the only one for about one hundred years. The cemetery has 340 grave markers, dating from 1721 to 1909, although documentary evidence exists for more burials. It is a long, narrow strip of land, in which the graves are arrayed in a roughly rectilinear fashion, with older graves near the front and newer...
The Pan Burying Ground (also known as the Pan Cemetery, East Burying Ground, and East Cemetery) is an historic cemetery on 477 Main Street in Bolton, Massachusetts. Established in 1822, the cemetery was the second in the town. It was named for the area known locally as The Pan, which had by then become the second-largest village center in the town. The original 1.18-acre (0.48 ha) plot has 400 marked graves, and is presumed to contain further unmarked graves, based on a pattern of marker layout ...
The District 7 School is a historic school building at 366 Chicopee Row in Groton, Massachusetts. The one-room single story brick building was built c. 1833, and is one of four surviving district schools (of which it is the best-preserved) in the town. The building has only very limited vernacular Federal styling, but has retained interior finish work from both the early and late 19th century. The property includes a 19th century outhouse. The building served as a school until 1916, after which ...
The Reed�Wood Place is a historic farmstead at 20 Meetinghouse Road in Littleton, Massachusetts. It is a complex of attached buildings typical of 19th century New England farms. At one end is the main house, a 2 1� five bay wood frame structure, was probably built sometime before 1812 for Isaac and Mary Gardner Reed. The house exhibits a variety of architectural styles, having elements of Federal, Greek Revival, Italianate, and Gothic Revival elements that were applied by successive generati...

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  Devens, Massachusetts, is an unincorporated village and census-designated place in the towns of Ayer and Shirley, in Middlesex County and Harvard in Worcester County in the U.S. state of Massachusetts. It is the successor to Fort Devens, a military post that operated from 1917 to 1996. The population was 1,840 at the 2010 census.  

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