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Historic districts in Massachusetts, Historic Civil Engineering Landmarks, Canals in Lowell, Massachusetts, Infrastructure completed in 1821, National Historic Landmarks in Massachusetts, Canals on the National Register of Historic Places, Historic districts in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Locks on the National Register of Historic Places, Historic American Engineering Record in Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, Coordi...The Lowell Power Canal System is the largest power canal system in the United States, at 5.6 miles in length. The systems estimated output is 10,000 horsepower, operating six major canals on two levels, controlled by numerous gates. The system was begun in the 1790s, beginning its life as a transportation canal called the Pawtucket Canal, which was constructed to get logs from New Hampshire down the Merrimack River to shipbuilding centers at Newburyport, Massachusetts, bypassing the 30-plus-foot...
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Lowell, Massachusetts, Cities in Massachusetts, County seats in Massachusetts, Populated places established in 1653, Early American industrial centers, History of the textile industry, Mayors of Lowell, Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from January 2013, Articles with dead external links from April 2014, Coordinates on Wikidata, Commons category with local link same as on Wikidata, Wikipedia articles incorporating a citat...
Historic district contributing properties in Massachusetts, Eastern Orthodox churches in Massachusetts, Buildings and structures in Lowell, Massachusetts, Greek-American culture in Massachusetts, Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Byzantine Revival architecture in Massachusetts, 20th-century Eastern Orthodox church buildings, Greek Orthodox churches in the United States, Churches in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Eastern Orthodox chur...Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church is a historic Greek Orthodox Church building at 62 Lewis Street in Lowell, Massachusetts. Holy Trinity is just one of the many Eastern Orthodox churches in Lowell, along with St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church, Greek Orthodox Church of the Transfiguration, and St. George Greek Orthodox Church.The church is under the jurisdiction of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America. The church is located in Downtown Lowell in a neighborhood known as The Acre. It was ...
The Wannalancit Street Historic District is a historic district at 14-71 Wannalancit St., and 390, 406 Pawtucket Street in Lowell, Massachusetts. This section of Wannalancit Street includes a remarkably well preserved and distinctive 19th century houses, representing a cross section of popular architectural styles of the period. The most unusual house in the district is the round Jonathan Bowers House (built 1872); the oldest building is a c. 1853 vernacular Greek Revival cottage at 22 Wannalanc...
Eastern Orthodox churches in Massachusetts, Antiochian Orthodox Church in the United States, Buildings and structures in Lowell, Massachusetts, Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Massachusetts, Churches in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Eastern Orthodox churches in Lowell, Massachusetts, Lebanese-American culture in Massachusetts, Syrian-American culture in Massachusetts, Stone churches in Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Middl...
The Wilder Street Historic District is a historic district at 284-360 Wilder Street in Lowell, Massachusetts. The section of Wilder Street between Westford Street and Branch Road contains a remarkable collection of large late 19th-century houses. About one dozen wealthy businessmen built elaborate houses in Queen Anne, Italianate, Stick, and Second Empire styles in this area, which was developed by its landowner, Charles Wilder, and it was considered one of the citys most fashionable addresses o...
The Howe Building is a historic commercial building at 208 Middlesex Street in downtown Lowell, Massachusetts. The four story brick building was built in 1883, and is one of the citys finest Queen Anne commercial buildings. Its architecturally prominent features include a mansard roof (unusual for the style and period), and a large central stepped gable with an arched window at the center. It was built by John F. and Henry C. Howe, brothers who were heavily involved in the commercial development...
The Merrimack Canal is a power canal in Lowell, Massachusetts. The canal, dug in the 1820s, begins at the Pawtucket Canal just above Swamp Locks, and empties into the Merrimack River near the Boott Cotton Mills. The Merrimack Canal was the first major canal to be dug at Lowell exclusively for power purposes, and delivered 32 feet (9.8 m) of hydraulic head to the mills of the Merrimack Manufacturing Company. The Merrimack Manufacturing Company was the first of the major textile mills constructed ...
 

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Saint Josephs Roman Catholic College for Boys, also known as Saint Josephs High School, is a historic school building at 760 Merrimack Street in Lowell, Massachusetts. The three story brick Romanesque Revival building was built in 1892 to a design by Irish-American church architect Patrick W. Ford. The school was one of a number of Roman Catholic institutions built to serve Lowells burgeoning French-American community, a significant portion of which had settled in The Acre, as the neighborhood i...
The Allen House is an Italianate house at 2 Solomont Way in Lowell, Massachusetts. The irregularly-massed brick house was built in the early 1860s as the mansion house of Rollin White, who invented a type of rear-loading revolver. White worked for Samuel Colt in Hartford, Connecticut for many years before moving to Lowell and establishing his own firearms company, later the Lowell Arms Company. The house was later the home of Charles Herbert Allen, a politician prominent in state politics, and t...
The South Common Historic District of Lowell, Massachusetts, encompasses the citys South Common and the various public, religious, and private residential buildings that flank its borders. The South Common, about 22.5 acres (9.1 ha) in size, was purchased by the city in 1845 in an auction by the Proprietors of Locks and Canals, who owned much of the citys industrial area. Although the common was landscaped, it was not apparently done so to a plan. It quickly became lined with fashionable residen...
  
St. Josephs Convent and School is a historic convent and school at 517 Moody Street in Lowell, Massachusetts. The school is a three story brick building built in 1883. Its Italianate styling includes an extended wooden cornice decorated with brackets. The convent, built in 1911, is a modestly-ornmanented Colonial Revival three story brick building. Most of the interiors of the buildings were significantly altered over the course of the 20th century, losing most of their historical integrity; how...
The 1895 Lowell Post Office is a historic post office building at 89 Appleton Street in Lowell, Massachusetts. The imposing two-story granite building was completed in 1895 to a design by W. J. Edbrooke. The building has an H shape, and has a profusion of typical Richardsonian Romanesque features, included rounded arches over windows and a recessed entry. The focal point of the building is its five story square clock tower, which is topped by a pyramidal roof supported by tripled round arches on...
IUCN Category V, National Historical Parks in Massachusetts, Lowell, Massachusetts, Parks in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Museums in Lowell, Massachusetts, Industry museums in Massachusetts, Textile museums in the United States, Buildings and structures in Lowell, Massachusetts, National Register of Historic Places in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Protected areas established in 1978, Visitor attractions in Lowell, Massachusetts, Cotton mills in the United States, 1978 establishments in Ma...Lowell National Historical Park is a National Historical Park of the United States located in Lowell, Massachusetts. Established in 1978 a few years after Lowell Heritage State Park, it is operated by the National Park Service and comprises a group of different sites in and around the city of Lowell related to the era of textile manufacturing in the city during the Industrial Revolution. In 2019, the park is scheduled to be included as Massachusetts representative in the America the Beautiful Qu...
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 Sampas Pavilion is an outdoor amphitheater located in the Pawtucketville neighborhood of Lowell, Massachusetts along the Pawtucket Boulevard, 25 miles northwest of Boston, Massachusetts, USA and owned by the state of Massachusetts. The pavilion is located on the banks of the Merrimack River and is part of Lowell Heritage State Park. The seating capacity is approximately 1,000, consisting of general admission lawn seats and additional seating in the back. The venue has been in use since the early...
The Lowell Historic Preservation District is a historic district created by the legislation establishing Lowell National Historic Park. The district encompasses an area of more than 500 acres (200 ha), including virtually all of the historically significant resources associated with the industrial history of the city of Lowell, Massachusetts. It includes the industrial mill complexes, worker housing areas, central business district, and civic heart of the city, as well as the water power infrast...
 
 

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The Musketaquid Mills is a historic mill building at 131 Davidson Street in Lowell, Massachusetts. It is the only mill building remaining on the east side of the Concord River, in the citys Belvidere section. The four story brick building was built in stages, beginning in 1909 with the construction of six bays of three stories. Between 1912 and 1925 it underwent two major expansions to reach its present four stories and fourteen bays. The building was used for textile production until 1980, and ...
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The Varnum Building was a historic mixed-use commercial and residential building at 401-405 Bridge Street in Lowell, Massachusetts. It was a four-story wood frame structure with an angled front at the corner of Bridge and Third Streets, topped by a square cupola with bellcast pyramidal roof. It was built in 1882 by Leavitt and Daniel Varnum, who operated an insurance business on the premises, and was one of the oldest commercial buildings on Bridge Street. It was added to the National Register o...
 
The Wamesit Canal-Whipple Mill Industrial Complex is a historic mill and canal at 576 Lawrence Street in Lowell, Massachusetts. This industrial area of Lowell, located on the Concord River, underwent a major expansion from a more modest millworks in the mid-19th century by Oliver Whipple, a manufacturer of gunpowder. Whipple undertook the construction of a canal along that river to provide power for a number of mills he erected in the area, consulting with engineer Loammi Baldwin, Jr. on the mat...
  
The Washington Square Historic District of Lowell, Massachusetts encompasses a historic subdivision laid out in 1832. The focal point of the subdivision is Kittridge Park, which lies on the eastern side of the district and was an original part of the subdivision plan developed by the Nesmith Brothers. It was the first significant residential subdivision in the city aimed at a wealthier clientele, and was designed by landscape architect Alexander Wadsworth. The district was added to the National ...
The Chelmsford Glass Works Long House is a historic tenement house at 139-141 Baldwin Street in Lowell, Massachusetts. The building, built in 1802 by the Chelmsford Glass Works to house some of its workers, is a series of 1-1- 2 story Cape style wood frame houses joined into a single structure. The building is one of the earliest industrial tenement structures built in the country. The glass works was established after the Middlesex Canal was opened, and needed to provide housing for its workers...
The Varnum School is a historic former school building at 103 Sixth Street in Lowell, Massachusetts. The Greek Revival building was built in 1857, and was the first school built in the citys Centralville section after it was annexed to the city in 1851. The building was altered with a minor addition added in 1886, and a substantial Classical Revival addition was made in 1896. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995. Vacant since the 2000s, it is now owned by a...

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The Rogers Fort Hill Park Historic District of Lowell, Massachusetts, encompasses the largest single residential development made in the city in the 19th century. The district includes the area historically associated with the Rogers Farm, purchased in 1805 by Zadock Rogers. His daughters sold off most of the property in two parcels in the 1880s: land to the south of their homestead was sold to the city, and most of it was developed into Fort Hill Park, while that north of the homestead was sold...
1835 births, 1933 deaths, People from Rockland, Maine, Union Army generals, United States Army Medal of Honor recipients, Governors of Mississippi, American military personnel of the Spanish–American War, United States Army generals, United States Senators from Mississippi, United States Military Academy alumni, People of Maine in the American Civil War, People from Ormond Beach, Florida, 19th-century American Episcopalians, People from Lowell, Massachusetts, Mississippi Republicans, Republica...Adelbert Ames (October 31, 1835 � April 13, 1933) was an American sailor, soldier, and politician. He served with distinction as a Union Army general during the American Civil War. As a Radical Republican, he was military governor, Senator and civilian governor in Reconstruction-era Mississippi. In 1898 he served as a United States Army general during the Spanish�American War. He was the last Republican to serve as the state governor of Mississippi in the 19th century; a Republican would not...
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The Brown-Maynard House is a historic house at 84 Tenth Street in Lowell, Massachusetts. It is a two-story wood frame structure, with a low-pitch hip roof topped by a cupola, clapboard siding, and a porch that wraps around the front and side of the house. The cupola is distinguished by tripled narrow round-arch windows on each side, and a bracketed roofline matching that of the main roof. The buildings corners have paneled pilasters, and the windows are topped by decorative woodwork. The house w...
The Belvidere Hill Historic District is a residential area on the east side of Lowell, Massachusetts known for its fine 19th-century houses. The area is roughly bounded by Wyman, Belmont, Fairview, and Nesmith Streets, and encompasses the highest points in the city, whose views provided the impetus for building fashionable and expensive houses there. This area is where the citys economic and political leaders lived beginning roughly in the 1850s. The earliest houses built in the area are general...
 
 
 
 

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Chelmsford High School is a public, coeducational high school founded in 1917. The current building is located in North Chelmsford, Massachusetts, United States, and was built in 1974. Before 1974 the high school was located in the current McCarthy Middle School building. It serves as the public high school for students in grades nine through 12. It is part of a central campus that includes four of the towns seven schools. The three other schools at the central campus are the C. Edith McCarthy M...
 Greater Lowell Technical High School (colloquially referred to as the Voke) is a public vocational high school in Tyngsborough, Massachusetts. The school was founded in 1967 as Lowell Trade School, and then later became Greater Lowell Regional Vocational Technical High School. The name was again changed to Greater Lowell Technical High School. The school serves the city of Lowell and the towns of Tyngsborough, Dracut, and Dunstable. There are 24 technical programs available for students to choos...
The Fiske House is an historic house at 1 Billerica Road in Chelmsford Center, Massachusetts. The 2 1� story wood and brick house was built in 1798 by Simeon Spalding, Jr., a merchant, and occupies a prominent location in the town center. It is roughly square in shape, with brick end walls that include four chimneys. Its corners have pilasters, and its exterior doors have Federal style surrounds. The interior of the house has retained much original finish. Although the house was briefly out of...
Chelmsford- �t��lmsf�rd- is a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts in the Greater Lowell area. As of the 2010 United States Census, the towns population was 33,802. Only 48.4% are male and the median age of residents in Chelmford is 39.2 years old. It is located 24 miles (39 km) northwest of Boston and, bordering on the city of Lowell, is part of the Greater Lowell metropolitan area. Besides Lowell on its northeast, Chelmsford is surrounded by four towns: Tyngsborough to the north, Bi...
 
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The William Perrin House is a historic house at 464 River Road in western Andover, Massachusetts. It was built between 1850 and 1852 by William Perrin on land owned by his wifes family. The house features Greek Revival and Gothic Revival details, including corner pilasters, an entablature below the roofline, and a dramatic entry portico with attenuated columns, sidelight windows, and a transom window. The sophistication of the styling is relatively uncommon for what was at the time of its constr...
The Manning Manse is a historic house at 56 Chelmsford Road in North Billerica, Massachusetts. The two story wood frame house was built c. 1696 by Samuel Manning. It has a classic First Period form, with five bays on the front facade, a large central chimney, and a rear leanto section (which in this instance faces the street, as the house faces south, away from the street). The house was preserved in the late 19th century due to the efforts of Manning descendant William H. Manning. The building ...
 
 
The Col. Jonathan Tyng House was a historic house on Tyng Road in Tyngsborough, Massachusetts. The oldest portion of this gambrel-roofed wood-frame house was built c. 1675 by Colonel Jonathan Tyng, the son of Edward Tyng for whom Tyngsborough is named. The house had a number of pre-Georgian features, including portholes under the eaves, through which muskets could be fired at attackers, and brick lining in the walls. The upper level also had quarters that were used by the Tyngs to house slaves. ...

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  The American Textile History Museum (ATHM), located in Lowell, Massachusetts, was founded as the Merrimack Valley Textile Museum (MVTM) in North Andover, Massachusetts in 1960 by Caroline Stevens Rogers. ATHM tells America�s story through the art, science and history of textiles.  

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