Swansea is a town in Bristol County in southeastern Massachusetts.wikipedia
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In Bristol County: Attleboro, Fall River (Wards 1-3; Ward 4, Precincts A and B; Ward 5, Precincts A and B; Ward 6, Precincts B and C; and Ward 8, Precinct D), North Attleborough, Rehoboth, Seekonk, Somerset, Swansea.
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The Martin House and Farm is a historic farm at 22 Stoney Hill Road in North Swansea, Massachusetts.
The Bark Street School is a historic school building on Stevens Road at Bark Street in Swansea, Massachusetts.
The William P. Mason House is a historic house located at 5 Mason Street in Swansea, Massachusetts.
The Luther Store is a historic store at 160 Old Warren Road in Swansea, Massachusetts.
Benjamin Carpenter was born in Swansea, Massachusetts on May 17, 1725.
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Luther's Corner is a historic district encompassing the original economic center of Swansea, Massachusetts.
He began the practice of law in Worcester, before moving to Charlton, Swansea and Taunton to practice law.
He served as the minister of the First Baptist Church of Swansea from 1685 until his death.
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Smuggler's House is an historic house at 361 Pearse Road in Swansea, Massachusetts.
The Francis L. Gardner House is a historic house at 1129 Gardner's Neck Road in Swansea, Massachusetts.
The Preserved Gardner House is a historic house located at 90 Milford Road in Swansea, Massachusetts.
The Norton House is a historic house located at 61 Old Providence Road in northern Swansea, Massachusetts.
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The Hooper House is a historic house located at 306 Hortonville Road in Swansea, Massachusetts.
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Several Wampanoag men attacked and killed colonists in Swansea, Massachusetts on June 20, 1675, and that began King Philip's War.
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The Sackville area was abandoned for six years after the expulsion of the Acadians until 1761 when 25 families from Rhode Island settled on the vacated Acadian farms, followed in 1763 by a group of 13 from Swansea, Massachusetts, who formed the first Baptist church in Canada, but subsequently returned to New England.
June 11 – Armed Wampanoags are reported traveling around Swansea, Massachusetts.
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The Tiffany family descended from the immigrant Humphrey Tiffany (England, 1630-Swansea, Massachusetts, 1685), who had lived in the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1660.
His father Arnold, born in Swansea, Massachusetts, was an engineer instrumental in the construction of the Erie Canal, the Morris Canal, and the High Bridge in New York City.
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Bend of the Lane, also known as the Harlow Luther House, is a historic house at 181 Cedar Avenue in Swansea, Massachusetts.