Manchaug Village Historic District (NRIS 100002026)

Address: Roughly bounded by Putnam Hill, Whitins, Morse, Mumford & Manchaug Rds. Ledge, Main, 3rd & Maple Sts., Stevens Pond, Sutton, Massachusetts. County/parish: Worcester.

Added to the National Register of Historic Places January 26, 2018.

From Wikipedia:

Manchaug Village Historic District
The Manchaug Village Historic District is a historic district encompassing the 19th century industrial village center of Manchaug in Sutton, Massachusetts. Developed in the 1820s around textile mills on the Mumford River, it was the largest industrial area in Sutton, with at least three mill complexes in operation. The district is centered on the junction of Main Street with Manchaug, Putnam Hill, and Whitins Roads. (read more...)

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