ⓘ Petersham, Massachusetts

                                     

ⓘ Petersham, Massachusetts

Petersham is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 1.234 at the 2010 census. Petersham is home to a considerable amount of conservation land, including the Quabbin Reservation, Harvard Forest, the Swift River Reservation, and Federated Womens Club State Forest.

                                     
  • Petersham may refer to: Petersham New South Wales, Australia Petersham railway station, a station serving Petersham Australia Petersham RUFC, a Rugby
  • Ledgeville School, is an historic school building at 191 East Road in Petersham Massachusetts Built in 1846, it is one of the town s older surviving district
  • historic school building and local history museum at 311 East Road in Petersham Massachusetts It is one of two relatively unmodified one - room schoolhouses in
  • The Petersham Common Historic District encompasses the historic town center of Petersham Massachusetts Laid out in 1733 and centered on the town common
  • Worcester County, Massachusetts Dana was lost as a result of the formation of the Quabbin Reservoir. Formed from parts of Petersham Greenwich, and Hardwick
  • in the Quabbin Reservoir in Massachusetts roughly 600 feet 180 m by 300 feet 91 m It is part of the Town of Petersham in Worcester County. The island
  • Petersham Massachusetts and member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, serving in 1845. Jonas Howe was born in Petersham Massachusetts on
  • Representative from Massachusetts Born in Petersham Massachusetts Bigelow was graduated from Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts in 1803. He was
  • Nichewaug Hill in Petersham Massachusetts Built in 1740 by William Negus, the house is the oldest surviving building in Petersham Negus family owned
  • 32 in Petersham Massachusetts The building was built in 1838 in a Greek Revival style and served as the town hall for Prescott, Massachusetts a town