ⓘ Merrimac, Massachusetts

                                     

ⓘ Merrimac, Massachusetts

Merrimac is a small town in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States, and on the southeastern border of New Hampshire, approximately 34 miles northeast of Boston and 10 miles west of the Atlantic Ocean. It was incorporated on April 11, 1876. It is situated along the north bank of the Merrimack River in the Merrimack Valley. The population was 6.338 at the 2010 census. Historically a manufacturing center, it has long since become a largely residential community. It is part of the Greater Boston metropolitan area.

                                     
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  • Merrimac Square is located in the center of the town of Merrimac Massachusetts It is the commercial, cultural and historical center of the town. The
  • an unincorporated village and the oldest section of the town of Merrimac Massachusetts located along the Merrimack River. Settled in 1638, it began as
  • Representative from Massachusetts Born in West Amesbury now Merrimac Massachusetts Weymouth attended the public schools and the Merrimac High School. He
  • The Merrimac Town Forest is a heavily forested area of the western half of the town of Merrimac Massachusetts west of Merrimac Square and north of Interstate
  • The Merrimack River or Merrimac River, an occasional earlier spelling is a 117 - mile - long 188 km river in the northeastern United States. It rises at
  • Lake Attitash is a lake located on the border of Merrimac Massachusetts and Amesbury, Massachusetts and constitutes at least a portion of Amesbury s
  • USS Merrimac was a United States Navy collier during the Spanish American War. It was the only American vessel sunk by the Spanish navy in that conflict
  • regional school district, formed by the towns of Groveland, Merrimac and West Newbury, Massachusetts Elementary schools are located in each town, and the
  • Amesbury Branch Railroad once led southeast from Newton Junction to Merrimac Massachusetts Although it is not a town, Newton Junction is a valid address
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