A Sense of Where You Are: Conversations About Leverett’s Historic Industrial Landscape and Community- Leverett, MA

A sign that says "Welcome to the town of Leverett"
Place: Leverett ‘s Public Library
75 Montague Rd.
Leverett, MA 01054
Date: Sat, November 9
0 – 4:00 PM
Crossed by two larger and many smaller streams in steep terrain, Leverett’s historic landscape includes the remains of more than fifty water-powered mills (factories), dating from the 1770’s to the late 1800’s. Though historians don’t know exactly how many, the Leverett Historical Commission is working to find out. (If you have a stream-edge site in your back yard, please talk to Susan Mareneck, 413-367-2403 or leveretthistory#ob#vasb#at#tznvy.pbz#ob#.)
Join the community in learning more about the history of these mill foundations and the people who built them on our rivers and streams. Funded by Mass Humanities and Leverett Community Preservation Commission (CPC), with Cathy Stanton of Tufts.

For more information please reach out to the Leverett’s Public Library