ⓘ New Braintree, Massachusetts

                                     

ⓘ New Braintree, Massachusetts

New Braintree was first settled in 1709 and was officially incorporated in 1751. The towns lands were formerly a part of the Quaboag Plantation.

It was the home of the Massachusetts state Police Academy since 1992. Governor Michael Dukakis had proposed and began construction of a controversial state prison in the late 1980s on this site, but was met with strong opposition in the city, the Boston area radio talk show Jerry Williams and the group called S. T. O. S. Save our little town. Governor William weld was elected and ceased the construction of the prison. State police Academy now occupies the former building of the Seventh-Day Adventist pioneer valley Academy. As shown in the photo, you can see schools of former boys and girls hostel with a café in Between and the water tower, to the right of the boys Dorm. The school opened its doors in September 1965 and closed in June 1983.

                                     
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