Water Companies in Duxbury, MA
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Aquarion Water Co
(781) 982-7555 more info
Aquarion Water Co of MA
(781) 740-6694 more info
* Duxbury Water Department
(781) 934-1103 more info
Halifax Water Department Office
(781) 293-1733 more info
Hanson Water Department
(781) 447-1200 more info
Kingston Water Department
(781) 585-0516 more info
Norwell Water Department
(781) 659-8076 more info
Pembroke Water Department
(781) 293-3874 more info
Plymouth Water Department
(508) 830-4153 more info
Rockland Water Department
(781) 878-0901 more info

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Facts about Duxbury, MA:
Duxbury (older spelling, "Duxborough") is a historic seaside town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States. A suburb located on the South Shore approximately 35 miles (56 km) to the southeast of Boston, the population was 15,059 at the 2010 census. Geographic and demographic information on the specific parts of the town of Duxbury is available in articles Cedar Crest, Duxbury (CDP), Duxbury Beach, and South Duxbury, respectively. The area now known as Duxbury was inhabited by people as early as 12,000 to 9,000 B.C. By the time European settlers arrived here, the region was inhabited by the Wampanoags, who called this place Mattakeesett, meaning ?place of many fish.? In 1620, English settlers known as the Pilgrims established their colony in nearby Plymouth. Per the terms of their contract with financial backers in London, they were required to live together in a tight community for seven years. At the end of that term in 1627, land along the coast was allotted to...

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