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Town in Bristol County, Massachusetts, United States, located south of Boston and east of Providence, Rhode Island. Wikipedia


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    • The Town of Berkley, currently the least populated town in Bristol County, Massachusetts, was founded on 18 April 1735 and named after the renowned philosopher.George Berkeley-Wikipedia
    • However, in 1799, that land on the east bank of the river was annexed by Berkley, thus giving that town the claim of being the home of the rock.Dighton, Massachusetts-Wikipedia
    • The line from South Braintree to Myricks in the town of Berkley opened on December 16, 1846, as an extension of the Fall River Branch Railroad – which had been completed in 1845.Old Colony Railroad-Wikipedia
    • The Weekly Journal, Country Chronicle, Village Voice, and Villager have all been newspapers originating from Freetown and covering, at one point or another, Freetown, Berkley, and Lakeville.Freetown, Massachusetts-Wikipedia
    • Myricks is an association community or populated place (Class Code U6) located in Berkley, Bristol County, Massachusetts at latitude 41.831 and longitude -71.027.Myricks, Massachusetts-Wikipedia
    • The original boundaries of Taunton included the land now occupied by many surrounding towns, including Norton, Easton, Mansfield, Dighton, Raynham, Berkley, and Lakeville.Taunton, Massachusetts-Wikipedia

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