Water Companies in Littleton, MA
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Acton Water District Office
(978) 263-9107 more info
Assabet Water Co Inc
(978) 369-3644 more info
Ayer Water Department
(978) 772-8242 more info
Concord Water Billing
(978) 318-3062 more info
Concord Water Department
(978) 318-3250 more info
Lowell City Water Utilities
(978) 970-4242 more info
North Chelmsford Water District
(978) 251-3931 more info
Shirley Water District
(978) 425-2245 more info
Water Department
(978) 448-1122 more info
Westford Water Department
(978) 692-5529 more info

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Facts about Littleton, MA:
Littleton (historically Nipmuc: Nashoba) is a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 8,924 at the 2010 census. For geographic and demographic information on the neighborhood of Littleton Common, please see the article Littleton Common, Massachusetts. Littleton was first settled by Anglo-European settlers in 1686 and was officially incorporated by act of the Massachusetts General Court on November 2, 1714. It was part of the Puritan and later Congregational culture and religion of New England. The town was the site of the sixth Praying Indian village established by John ; it was called Nashoba Plantation, on the land between Lake Nagog and Fort Pond. The term "Praying Indian" referred to Native Americans who had been converted to Christianity. Daniel Gookin, in his Historical Collections of the Indians in New England, (1674) chapter vii. says: Nashobah is the sixth praying Indian town. This village is situated, in a manner, in the...

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