Water Companies in Charlemont, MA
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Ashfield Water District
(413) 628-0288 more info
Ashfield Water District
(413) 628-3297 more info
Cheshire Water Commissioners
(413) 743-1690 more info
Dalton Water Department
(413) 684-0500 more info
Montague Center Water District
(413) 367-9455 more info
North Adams Water Department
(413) 662-3156 more info
Shelburne Falls Fire & Water District: Water Dept
(413) 625-6734 more info
Turners Falls Water Comm
(413) 863-4542 more info
Whately Water Department
(413) 665-3080 more info
Williamstown Water & Sewer
(413) 458-3383 more info

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Facts about Charlemont, MA:
Charlemont is a town in Franklin County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 1,266 at the 2010 census.[1] It is part of the Springfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area. Charlemont was first settled by Moses Rice (1694-1755) who purchased 2,200 acres (8.9 km2) on 23 April 1743 that been previously set off as Boston Township Number 1 in 1735 by the Great and General Court.[2] The town was along the distant frontier at the time, and was the subject of several raids by Native Americans. While plowing in the fields one day, Rice was shot and wounded by Indians lying in ambush. They also shot and killed another man, Phineas Arms, at the same time and captured Moses' eight-year-old grandson Asa, who had been riding the plow horse. Moses was taken to the adjoining woods, scalped, and left for dead, but Asa was carried off to Canada.[3] The town was incorporated as Charlemont in 1765, most likely named for the town in Northern Ireland....

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