ⓘ Williamsburg, Massachusetts

                                     

ⓘ Williamsburg, Massachusetts

Williamsburg is a town in Hampshire County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 2.482 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Springfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area.

                                     
  • The Williamsburg Center Historic District is a historic district on Massachusetts Route 9 in Williamsburg Massachusetts It encompasses the traditional
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  • Colonial Williamsburg is a living - history museum and private foundation presenting part of an historic district in the city of Williamsburg Virginia
  • borough of Williamsburg Massachusetts including a brass factory, gas works, cotton factory, and foundry. He was also a part - owner of the Williamsburg Reservoir
  • joined a weaving firm established by his older brother Charles in Williamsburg Massachusetts where he was first employed as a carder and finisher, and quickly
  • the U.S. state of Massachusetts The highway runs 24.490 miles 39.413 km from Route 8 in Hinsdale east to Route 9 in Williamsburg Route 143 passes
  • USS Williamsburg was a US Navy gunboat. A former private yacht, it also served as a presidential yacht from 1945 to 1953. The steel - hulled, diesel - powered
  • Lord Dunmore ordered the removal of the gunpowder from the magazine in Williamsburg Virginia to a Royal Navy ship. This action sparked local unrest, and
  • York. Born in Williamsburg Massachusetts James pursued an academic course in the Mount Pleasant Boarding School, Amherst, Massachusetts He moved with
  • hill and a 60 - acre 24 ha open space reservation located in Williamsburg Massachusetts in the eastern Berkshire Mountains. The reservation, occupying
  • district encompassing the traditional village of Haydenville in Williamsburg Massachusetts It includes properties on Main and High Streets, and Kingsley
  • Northampton, Provincetown, Monterey, Great Barrington, Ashfield, Williamstown, Williamsburg Shelburne, Sunderland, and Pelham each voted for the Republican candidate