ⓘ Royalston, Massachusetts
Royalston is a small town in the North Quabbin area of northwestern-central Massachusetts. It was named after Isaac Royall, a slaveholder and businessperson from Medford, Massachusetts who founded the town in a land deal in 1765. Most of the towns land is forest and wetlands, and there are several reservations and wildlife management areas. Two notable reservations are the Tully Lake flood protection dam area in the very southwestern part of the town, and the Royalston Falls reservation in the northern section.
The largest centre of population in the city of the village of South Royalston in the South-Eastern corner of the city. In the village centre South of the town store, a small shop and eatery serving Breakfast and lunch. The historic center of Royalston lives in a small village which contains a very well preserved classic colonial New England town center and common. The town center contains the town hall, post office, Catholic Church, and in the cities library.
- Royalston Falls is a 50 foot 15 m waterfall and granite gorge located in Royalston Massachusetts along Falls Brook, a tributary of the Tully River
- Royalston Common Historic District is a historic district encompassing the historic village center of Royalston Massachusetts Centered on a long town
- in Thompson, Connecticut, and his ministry and departure from Royalston Massachusetts following Shays Rebellion. He was born in Bristol, Rhode Island
- Jacobs Hill is a 173 - acre 70 ha open space preserve in Royalston Massachusetts acquired in 1975 by the land conservation non - profit organization The
- Doane s Falls is a series of five waterfalls located in Royalston Massachusetts along an 0.2 - mile 0.32 km section of Lawrence Brook, a tributary of
- Peck was born in Royalston Massachusetts on Oct. 22, 1845, a son of Sullivan and Czarina Davis Peck. He was educated in Royalston and attended high
- Tully Lake, of Royalston Massachusetts is a 1, 262 - acre 511 ha reservoir and flood control project constructed by the United States Army Corps of Engineers
- far northern portion of neighboring Phillipston before entering Royalston In Royalston the route winds slowly through the woods and hills, crossing the
- 1 m waterfall located in the Jacobs Hill open space preserve in Royalston Massachusetts The preserve is managed by non - profit organization The Trustees
- continues as Connecticut Route 32, north to the New Hampshire state line in Royalston where the highway continues as New Hampshire Route 32 NH 32 Route
- and the 35th Governor of Vermont from 1874 to 1876. A native of Royalston Massachusetts Peck was raised and educated in Montpelier, Vermont. He attended