Water Companies in Dracut, MA
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* Dracut Water Department
(978) 957-0441 more info
Kenwood Water Department
(978) 453-0951 more info
Lawrence Water Division
(978) 794-5781 more info
Lowell City Water Utilities
(978) 970-4242 more info
Lowell City Water Utilities
(978) 970-4245 more info
Methuen Water Billing
(978) 983-8555 more info
North Chelmsford Water District
(978) 251-3931 more info
Public Works Department-Water Shop
(978) 794-3284 more info
Salem Water Department-Construction
(603) 890-2156 more info

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Facts about Dracut, MA:
Dracut /?dre?k?t/ is a town in Middlesex County. The town's population is 31,352. Prior to the area's European settlements in the mid-17th century, Dracut and the surrounding area was known as "Augumtoocooke", and was the site of important Pennacook Indian settlements, due to the fishing grounds at Pawtucket Falls on the Merrimack River and the abundant hunting game in the surrounding marsh areas. From the late 16th to mid-17th centuries, the powerful sachem Passaconaway and his family spent much of their lives on this land. Europeans began to settle in the "Augumtoocooke" area around 1653, and established the town of Chelmsford, incorporated in 1655, on the opposite side of the Merrimack River from modern Dracut. Ten years later, in October 1665, Bess, wife of Nobb How and daughter of Passaconaway, sold the land called Augumtoocooke to Captain John Evered, also known as Webb of Draucutt of Norfolk County (the Webb family is associated closely with the town of Dreycott Folliott in...

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