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"The hardest working river, the most thoroughly harnessed to the mill wheels of labor in the United States, probably the world, is the Blackstone." Winthrop Packard, 1909 The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Management (DEM) created the…
Northbridge, MA Canal Route & Lock Location This property has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior
In 1836 Israel Plummer built a store beside a boat basin and dock here—the mid-point of the canal journey between Worcester, Massachusetts and Providence, Rhode Island. Retail products sold at Plummer's store included stove parts, tools and …
Dedicated to the men and women from the town of Northbridge who served during the Vietnam War "Ours was an honorable cause" In memory of Joseph E. Fitzgerald SSgt. United States Army November 25, 1948 - May 31, 1967 LLRP, 3rd Brigade, 25…
Dedicated to all who have served, are serving and will serve in the Armed Forces of the United States of America
To the men of Northbridge who gave their lives for their country Andrew Addison · Henry W Ainsworth · James Allen Arthur J Andrus · Alfred A Batcheller Elbridge Bodwell · Dexter Brown · Edwin R …
World War II [Honored Dead] Oliver Ashton · Frank Berkowicz · Francis Bonoyer Floyd Convent · Francis Deveau · Alvin Dillaber Harvey Duquette · William Girard · Edward H Haringa Philip H…
Edward Whitin and Arthur Fletcher Whitin have erected this building to be maintained forever as a free library for the use of the Citizens of Northbridge ———————————&mdash…
Pvt USA Co C 25th Mass Vols For heroism and gallantry under enemy fire Saved the Flag Cold Harbor, Va., June 3, 1864
The Mumford Riverwalk is dedicated to Thomas J. Melia, Jr. 1926-1998 who dedicated his life to us in war and in peace: as a U.S. Marine and as an Officer and Chief of our police department. His life was an inspiration to us all.