Water Companies in Leeds, MA
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Amherst Water Treatment Plant
(413) 549-2610 more info
Ashfield Water District
(413) 628-3297 more info
Chicopee Water Department
(413) 594-3420 more info
City of Easthampton: Water Sewer Dept
(413) 529-1410 more info
Hadley Water Department
(413) 586-2390 more info
Holyoke Water Works
(413) 536-0442 more info
Northampton Water Division
(413) 587-1098 more info
Water Department
(413) 527-8392 more info
Water Department-Leaping Well
(413) 534-7446 more info
Whately Water Department
(413) 665-3080 more info

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Facts about Leeds, MA:
Leeds is a village in the western portion of the city of Northampton, Massachusetts, United States, bordering Williamsburg?along the Mill River?and Florence. The village was named after the mill town of Leeds, in England.[1] In the 19th century, Leeds was known for its textile manufacturing, including broadcloth, silk, and vegetable ivory buttons, as well as extensive manufacturing of farm implements and household goods. The major producer of silk in Leeds was the Corticelli Silk Mills, which were owned by the Nonotuck Silk Company. They had several buildings along sections of the Mill River. The major factory was located at the corner of Main Street and Mulberry Street, another factory building was located across the bridge and to the right of Chartpak. Another building was located near the opposite end of Main Street, where the cocoons were steamed to loosen the fibers and made the raw silk usable for production in Corticelli's various products. The company also...

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