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Town in Bristol County, Massachusetts, United States. Wikipedia
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- In 1653, Freetown was settled at Assonet Bay by members of the Plymouth Colony, as part of Freeman's Purchase, which included the northern part of what is now Fall River.
- The English settlement remained for many years a small fishing and farming village, growing to be Freetown's more industrious side by the end of the 18th century.
- New Bedford is a coastal city, a seaport, bordered on the west by Dartmouth, on the north by Freetown, on the east by Acushnet and Fairhaven, and on the south by Buzzards Bay.
- East Freetown was officially purchased by Freetown, Massachusetts, from Tiverton in 1747, and so remained on the Massachusetts side.
- From the early 19th century until 1950, Freetown was serviced by several neighborhood grammar schools, at least three of which existed in Assonet.
- Copicut Woods is part of the cooperatively managed Southeastern Massachusetts Bioreserve which protects 13600 acre of forest in Fall River, Freetown and Dartmouth, Massachusetts.
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