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  Amesbury
As with most New England towns, the main economy of Amesbury in its early years was agriculture. Farm families grew their own food, raised their own livestock and made their own clothing on foot-powered spinning wheels. >> MORE
 
  Newburyport
Newburyport had the good fortune to be located at the mouth of the Merrimack River as it flows into the Atlantic Ocean. Because of this, industries in Newburyport were plentiful in the 18th century, which was the time when it would reach its peak as a prospering seaport center. Shipbuilding was one of the most important and profitable trades making Newburyport known as the home of the Clipper Ship. Trade was another key occupation because of Newburyport's accessible port.
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  West Newbury
Located 40 miles north of Boston, West Newbury is a delightful community characterized by rolling hills with broad valleys and an unspoiled rural charm. The Merrimack River, which flows along the northern border, provides scenic beauty and recreational boating.
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  Newbury
Home to the Pawtucket Indian tribe, the area of Newbury once included what is now Newburyport, West Newbury and Newbury. By 1635 Europeans had arrived to establish the plantation of Newbury, with the small port becoming a major fishing and trading sport. Further inland, the area was given over to farming. Some of the historic homes survive today. >> MORE
 
  Hampton
"The Atlantic City of New England" ...Among the many charming spots with which New England abounds, spots whose delightful vistas of seashore, lake or mountain have won for her the titles of the "Vacation Land', none is more attractive or more satisfying than Hampton Beach, New Hampshire. >> MORE
 
  Merrimac
Merrimac separated from Amesbury as a new town in 1876. The reasons for the split are many and complex. During the debate over division William P. Sargeant offered the gift of a commodious new Town Hall as a gesture of good will to the town residents of the village where he had been born and where he continued to have extensive business dealings in the carriage trade. >> MORE
 
  Rowley
Settled in the Spring of 1639 and laid out so that all houses bordered the "Town Brook" or one of its tributaries, Rowley has played an important part in this country's growth.
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  Salisbury
A fishing, trading and navigational route since the Pawtucket Indian tribes occupied its lower banks, the 177-mile-long Merrimac River is the focal point of Salibury and its neighbor across the harbor, Newburyport. 
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