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The Amesbury Friends Meetinghouse is a Friends Meeting House at 120 Friend Street in Amesbury, Massachusetts. The simple 1.5 story wood frame building was constructed in 1850, with poet John Greenleaf Whittier serving on the building committee. From 1851 to 1962, the meetinghouse hosted the Salem Quarterly meeting. The Amesbury Monthly Meeting of Friends is a current thriving congregation, with Meeting for Worship every Sunday at 10 AM. The facing bench displays a small plaque that reads, Whitti...
 
 
The Union Congregational Church is a historic church facility at 350-354 Main Street in the Salisbury Point section of Amesbury, Massachusetts. It is a two story structure, set on a granite foundation, with a gable roof and a tower. The main facade has two symmetrically-placed entrances, each flanked by sidelight windows and pilasters, and topped by an entablature. Palladian windows are located above each entry on the second level, and there is a small lunette in the gable end. The tower rises i...
 
 

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The Rev. John Tufts House is a historic First Period house at 750 Main Street in West Newbury, Massachusetts. It was the house of John Tufts (1689�1750), an important early American music educator. The 2.5 story central chimney building is framed entirely in oak, and its main block was built all at once (unlike many First Period homes, which were often built in stages) in c. 1715. It is five bays wide, with an enlarged central bay, where the door is located. The doorway is framed by Georgian p...
 The Shark is an American FM radio Classic Hits-formatted duopoly in the Seacoast Region of New Hampshire, United States. Its two stations are WSAK (102.1 MHz; Hampton) and WSHK (105.3 MHz; Kittery, Maine), with broadcast studios located in Dover. The stations program format is almost exclusively classic hits. A few specialty programs are carried: The House of Blues Radio Hour with Dan Elwood Blues Aykroyd, and The Reporters File, a public affairs program, both on Sundays. The station was previou...
The Capt. Jonathan Currier House is a historic house on Hillside Avenue in South Hampton, New Hampshire. The 2-1- 2 story vernacular Georgian house was built c. 1742 by Jonathan Currier, whose family was among the early settlers of the western part of South Hampton, and for whom the area is named Currierville. It is the oldest house standing in the area, a significant agricultural settlement in the 18th and 19th centuries. Because of its proximity to nearby Newton, the areas residents, including...
  
The Timothy Morse House is a historic First Period house at 628 Main Street in West Newbury, Massachusetts. The 2.5 story wood frame house was built in stages beginning in 1730. Even though Georgian styling and construction techniques were already taking hold at that time, this house was built in a typical First Period style. The first portion built was to the right of the (now central) chimney, and was followed at a later date by construction of the left side. In the 20th century, one addition ...
Newburyport, Massachusetts, Populated coastal places in Massachusetts, Historic districts in Massachusetts, Populated places established in 1635, Cities in Essex County, Massachusetts, Hidden categories:, Use mdy dates from February 2013, Coordinates on Wikidata, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from October 2011, Articles with unsourced statements from October 2008, CS1 errors: dates, Commons category template with no category set, Commons category with...Newburyport is a small, coastal city in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States, 35 miles (56 km) northeast of Boston. The population was 17,416 at the 2010 census. A historic seaport with a vibrant tourism industry, Newburyport includes part of Plum Island. The mooring, winter storage and maintenance of recreational boats, motor and sail, still contribute a large part of the citys income. A Coast Guard station oversees boating activity, especially in the swift tidal currents of the Merrimack...
The E. P. Dodge Building is a historic building at 19-23 Pleasant Street in Newburyport, Massachusetts. The Italianate five story brick building was built in 1873 by Elisha P. Dodge, a shoemaker, for use as a factory. When first built it was only four stories, but when Dodge enlarged the premises in 1880, the mansard section was added on top (in addition to extending the building to the rear as far as Prince Place). The building remained in use as a shoe factory until the 1930s, and is now used ...
 
The Brown Square House, now the Garrison Inn, is a historic pair of rowhouses at 11 Brown Square in Newburyport, Massachusetts. The four story brick rowhouses were built in 1809 and 1810 by Moses Brown, a Newburyport landowner, shipbuilder, and shipping merchant. Brown had planned to build a much longer row, but suffered financial reverses and was unable to build more than the pair. Sometime before 1849 the building was adapted for use as a boarding house. In 1922 it was turned into a hotel, nam...
 
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The Market Square Historic District of Newburyport, Massachusetts encompasses an area of the city near the Merrimack River that was completely rebuilt after a major fire in 1811. Over the next twenty years the area was rebuilt under a building code requiring either brick construction or size limits on wood frame buildings. As a consequence the Market Square area has a remarkable concentration of Federal style brick buildings. Among the most notable are the Custom House, now a museum, and the 182...
 
The Dalton House is a historic colonial house at 95 State Street in Newburyport, Massachusetts. The 2.5 story wood frame house was built c. 1746, and is one of the best preserved Georgian houses in the city. It was built by Michael Dalton, a mariner and merchant who settled in Newburyport in 1735. Daltons son Tristram was a major local figure during the American Revolutionary War, and was one of the first United States Senators from Massachusetts. As such, the house was visited by a number of lu...
First Presbyterian Church, also known as Old South, is a Presbyterian congregation in Newburyport, Massachusetts that is part of the Presbyterian Church (USA). The church building is located at 29 Federal Street in Newburyport. The self-declared mission of the church is to be �a biblically grounded Presbyterian Church seeking to be true to our rich historical heritage by providing a community of worship for all who wish to embrace a faith-centered life in the Christian tradition.� The curren...
The Samuel March House is a historic First Period house at 444 Main Street in West Newbury, Massachusetts. The two story wood frame house was built in two sections, beginning in the later years of the 17th century. The first portion built was the right three bays of the house, which at that time included a chimney located on the left side. The second portion, also built during the First Period, added the two bays to the left. At some point during the Georgian period, the large central chimney wa...
The Benjamin Coker House is a historic First Period house at 172 State Street in Newburyport, Massachusetts. The oldest portion of the house, the central chimney and the rooms to its left, were built c. 1700 on a site at the corner of High and Federal Streets. The building was widened in the mid 18th century, adding the rooms to the right. The building was moved to its present location in 1856, and enlarged with a two story addition on the rear. It underwent a major rehabilitation in 1989, but r...
 
Newburyport is a passenger rail station on the MBTA Commuter Rail Newburyport- Rockport Line, located off Parker Street in Newburyport, Massachusetts. The station is the terminus of the Newburyport Branch of the line, with transit times to North Station approximately 65 minutes. Three parking lots totalling over 800 spaces are located around the station, which is in a rural area next to the Newburyport Turnpike approximately one mile south of downtown Newburyport. The Clipper City Rail Trail, ru...
The Seabrook Nuclear Power Plant, more commonly known as Seabrook Station, is a nuclear power plant located in Seabrook, New Hampshire, approximately 40 miles (64 km) north of Boston and 10 miles (16 km) south of Portsmouth. Two units (reactors) were planned, but the second unit was never completed due to construction delays, cost overruns and troubles obtaining financing. The construction permit for the plant was granted in 1976, and construction on Unit 1 was completed in 1986. Full power oper...
The Ephraim Davis House is a historic First Period house on Merrimack Road, north of the junction with Amesbury Line Road in Haverhill, Massachusetts. It is now an outbuilding of a farm, functioning as a garage and storage space. The first part of the 2.5 story house was built in 1705 by Ephraim Davis, who married in that year. This consisted of a central chimney and rooms to its right; rooms to the left of the chimney, and a leanto section in the back, were added later in the 18th century. The ...

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The Union Meetinghouse or Universalist Church is a historic church building at 97 Amesbury Road in Kensington, New Hampshire. The single story Greek Revival white clapboard structure was built in 1839-40, and occupies a prominent site in the center of Kensington. Its main facade has a pedimented gable and a pair of doorways, each flanked by sidelight windows and topped by an entablature. The church tower has two stages, and is topped by Gothic pinnaces at the corners (a later addition). The buil...
The Gov. Meshech Weare House is a historic house on Exeter Road (New Hampshire Route 88) in Hampton Falls, New Hampshire. The main block of this 2-1- 2 story wood frame house was built in 1723, and is notable as the home of Meshech Weare, the first Governor of New Hampshire after it declared independence from the British crown. The house stands facing a small park also named in Weares honor. The house has ells extending to the rear, which are 20th century work done to replace others destroyed in...
The Kensington Town House is the town hall of Kensington, New Hampshire. Located at 95 Amesbury Road (New Hampshire Route 150), the single-story wood frame building was erected in 1846. Its interior meeting space features structural elements reused from an earlier meeting house, dating to c. 1770. The building was enlarged in the 1880s, and a two-story addition (its height obscured because of lower grade) was added in 1918, at which time the stage and proscenium were added to the main hall. The ...
 
  
 
The Greeley House is a historic First Period house on New Hampshire Route 108, east of the center of East Kingston, New Hampshire. It is located prominently on a bend in the road, just a few feet from the roadway. The 2-1- 2 story wood frame house was probably built in 1718, with the rear shed addition added later in the 18th century. Further additions including a gable dormer atop the rear section, and a 1960s-era shed-roof addition on the east side. The house is five bays wide (with only three...
The Unitarian Church (also known as the First Congregational Society - Unitarian of Hampton Falls) is a historic church on Exeter Road (New Hampshire Route 88) in Hampton Falls, New Hampshire. The 1-1- 2 story wood frame structure was built c. 1838, and has been little altered since. It is regionally distinctive for its lack of steeple and its Greek Revival temple front, with two full columns supporting an entablature and triangular pediment. It is further distinguished by the presence of Victor...
  
 Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School, commonly known as Whittier Tech, was founded in 1972. Located in Haverhill, MA, the school currently serves about 1400 students, with a 12:1 student-teacher ratio. It serves many surrounding cities and towns primarily in the northern section of Essex County, accepting students from Haverhill, Newburyport, Newbury, West Newbury, Rowley, Amesbury, Merrimac, Georgetown, Groveland, Ipswich, Salisbury, Lawrence and Methuen. The school was named in h...
The Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm is a Colonial American farm located at 5 Littles Lane, Newbury, Massachusetts, USA, in the midst of 231 acres (93 ha) of open land bordering the Merrimack River and Plum Island Sound. The farmhouse, dating to c. 1690, was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1968 as an extremely rare 17th-century stone house in New England. It is now a nonprofit museum Owned and operated by Historic New England and open to the public several days a week during the warmer mont...
The North School, also known locally as the Brick School, is a historic one-room schoolhouse at 63 Amesbury Street in Kensington, New Hampshire. Built in 1842, it was the only brick schoolhouse built in the town, and is one of its four surviving 19th-century schools. Of those, it is the best-preserved, and is used as a local history museum. It served the towns educational purposes between 1842 and 1956. It has seen primarily modest alterations since its construction, most notably the addition of...
  
The Samuel Chase House is a historic First Period house at 154 Main Street in West Newbury, Massachusetts. Built c. 1715, it is a rare example of a brick house built during the transition between First Period and Georgian styling and construction methods. The brick is laid in English bond, and the building is seven bays wide and two stories high. The outermost window bays have been bricked over, leaving the front facade with five windows on the second floor, and two on either side of a central f...

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The Hazen-Spiller House is a historic late First Period house at 8 Groveland Street in Haverhill, Massachusetts. Built c. 1724 by Richard Hazen, It is a rare example of a brick house of the time, and notable for its role in early 20th century restoration activities. The 2.5 story building is made of brick laid in English bond, with end chimneys and a central hall layout. The house was acquired in 1911 by early preservationist William Taylor, who took notes detailing the buildings First Period fe...
The Hastings-Morse House is a historic First Period house at 595 E. Broadway in Haverhill, Massachusetts. The oldest portion of the 2.5 story wood frame house, its central chimney and right side rooms, were probably built c. 1706 by a man named Hastings. Left side rooms and a partial leanto section on the back of the house were added during the 18th century. The house underwent a major restoration in the late 1957, which included raising the roof on the leanto section. Another 20th century addit...
 
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The East Parish Meeting House, also known as the Fourth Parish Meeting House, is a historic church building at 150 Middle Road on the rural east side of Haverhill, Massachusetts. The 1-1- 2 story wood frame Greek Revival building was built in 1838, replacing a previous meeting house on the site that was built in 1744. It was used for regular services until 1906, when its congregation merged with the Riverside Memorial Church. The building is now owned by a neighborhood association, and is still ...
 
 
Hampton Beach is a village district, census-designated place, and beach resort within the town of Hampton, in the U.S. state of New Hampshire, located on the Atlantic Ocean. Its population at the 2010 census was 2,275. Hampton Beach is located in Rockingham County, approximately 15 miles (24 km) south of Portsmouth. The community is a popular tourist destination and the busiest beach community in the state. Ocean Boulevard, the main street along the beach, includes a boardwalk, many shops and bu...
The Benjamin James House is a historic house at 186 Towle Farm Road in Hampton, New Hampshire. The 2-1- 2 story wood frame house was built c. 1723, and is one of the oldest surviving regional examples of what became a typical and widely-reproduced building form: the five-bay wide, two-room deep, center chimney house. The central chimney was removed late in the 19th century, at which time the house also received new windows (although at least one of its original window sashes was found in the att...

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  Amesbury CDP was a census-designated place comprising the main urban portions of the city of Amesbury, Massachusetts, in Essex County. With the change of Amesburys status from town to city in 1996, the delineation of the downtown area as a CDP became unnecessary, and it was no longer used for data collection by the time of the 2010 census.  

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