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THIS town was incorporated in 1822. It is situated on the high lands north of Hoosic river. Distance, 23 miles
from Greenfield, and 130 N. W. of Boston. Number of inhabitants, 232. It is stated that no religious society has
yet been formed in the place. In 1837, there were 400 Saxony, 600 merino, and 103 other kinds of sheep; the average
weight of whose fleeces were three and one fourth pounds.
Historical Collections Relating to the
History and Antiquities of
Every town in Massachusetts with
By John Warner Barber.
Published by Warren Lazell.