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Hancock Shaker Village installed this solar photovoltaic (pv) array in December 2009. Here is one sample pv panel for you to examine and touch (it is not connected to the array and will not harm you). Throughout the Village there are many example…
has been designated a Registered National Historic Landmark under the provisions of the Historic Sites Act of August 21, 1935 This site possesses exceptional value in commemorating or illustrating the history of the United States U.S. De…
The Shakers, perhaps more than any other religious movement, embraced purity of design and consummate craftsmanship in everything they created. These banners represent a sample of the typical and joyful Shaker palette. As you tour this National Hi…
In Memory of All Veterans
In Memoriam World War I George W. Bryant · Frederick A. Busby · Thomas R. Dorr Richard J. O'Brien · Willard C. Pike · Herman H. Scheffer Clinton E. Smith · Earl W. Worboy In Memoriam World War 2…
Constructed with tools & materials used in 1753 for the Williamstown Bicentennial
[Died in Service] Charles Foley [Honor Roll of Veterans]
Built in 1756 on this house-lot Number Six under decree of the Great and General Court of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay in compliance with urgent appeal from the homesteaders it served as sole refuge from their allied foes the French and…
Built in March 1756, as westernmost stockade and blockhouse to protect Massachusetts from French and Indian attack. Defended on July 11, 1756 despite the scalping of three soldiers.
Built in 1768 and removed in 1797 to make way for the second Meeting House, completed 1798 and destroyed by fire January 21, 1866.
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