Middlesex County, MA

MIDDLESEX COUNTY, situated in the east part of Massachusetts, with Massachusetts bay on the east and traversed by the Merrimack river. Area, 800 square miles. Face of the country diversified; soil generally stony or sandy, but productive from cultivation. Seats of justice, Cambridge, Lowell, and Concord. Pop. in 1810, 52,789; in 1820, 61,476; in 1830, 77,968; in 1840, 106,611; in 1850, 161,383. (Fanning's, 1853)
Place Unit Type
County
Containing Unit
Name Type
Brighton, MA City or Town
Cambridge, MA City or Town
Cambridgeport, MA City or Town
Concord, MA City or Town
Everett, MA City or Town
Framingham, MA City or Town
Groton, MA City or Town
Lexington, MA City or Town
Lowell, MA City or Town
Malden, MA City or Town
Medford, MA City or Town
Melrose, MA City or Town
Natick, MA City or Town
Newton, MA City or Town
Tyngsborough, MA City or Town
Waltham, MA City or Town
Watertown, MA City or Town
Wayland, MA City or Town
Woburn, MA City or Town
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