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Scituate, Massachusetts, USA

Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA

The William-Barker House, which still remains near the harbor, was built in 1634. Twelve homes and a sawmill were destroyed in King Philip's War in 1676.
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Scituate includes: Egypt, First Cliff, The Glades, Green Brush, Hatherly, Hummarock, Minot, North Scituate Village (Gannet Corner), Rivermoore, Sandhill, Shore Acres, and Sodham.


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  • 1630 - Scituate is settled
    Scituate was settled by a group of people from Plymouth about 1627, who were joined by immigrants from the county of Kent in England.
    Massachusetts City and Town Incorporation and Settlement Dates

  • 1636 - Scituate is incorporated

    Massachusetts City and Town Incorporation and Settlement Dates

  • In 1640 Isaac Stedman dammed the First Herring Brook and built a sawmill beside the pond.

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  • Scituate, Massachusetts, USA
    The Old Mill at (Greenbush)

    Isaac Stedman and his family worked their way from Plymouth to the part of Scituate known as “The Greene Bush”.

    ...c.1650, John Stockbridge constructed a water-driven grist mill for grinding corn alongside the... Read MORE...

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    Cudworth House (Built 1723) and Barn
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  • 1810 - In the year 1810 the United States Congress voted $4000 to build a lighthouse at Scituate Harbor.
    The Light, of split granite blocks with a one and one half story house attached, was activated in 1811.
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  • 1845 - SCITUATE. [Pop. 3,886. Inc. 1636.]
    Scituate is supposed to be a corruption of the Indian word Satuit, meaning Cold Brook.

    Nineteen houses in this town were burned in Philip's...Read MORE...


  • 1854 - Scituate
    Scutate, a post-township in Plymouth co., Massachusetts, 22 miles S. E. by S. from Boston. Population, 2149.
    A New and Complete Gazetteer of the United States: Giving a Full and Comprehensive Review of the Present Condition, Industry, and Resources of the American Confederacy ... Thomas Baldwin (of Philadelphia.) Joseph Thomas January 1, 1854 Philadelphia : Lippincott, Grambo & Company 1854.

  • News 1880 - Best Butter Cow
    The Jersey Belle, owned by a Mr. Ellms, of Scituate, Mass., is claimed to be the best "butter cow" living. She is described as being a beautiful anima...Read MORE...


  • Scituate Massachusetts, 1890
    Scituate lies in the northeast part of Plymouth County and is bounded on the north by Cohasset; the east by the ocean, on the south by Marshfield and ...Read MORE...


  • 1895 - Scituate
    Scituate, or Scituate Harbor, a post-village in Scituate township, Plymouth co., Mass., on the Atlantic Ocean, nearly 1 mile from the Old Colony Railr...Read MORE...


  • Scituate, Massachusetts, USA
    Pilot Boat, "Columbia" , wrecked Nov. 17, 1898, Scituate, Mass.

    Wreck of the Columbia, Scituate MA 1898. The Portland Gale of 1898 was a massive Nor’Easter that battered the New England coast, sinking an incredible amount of ships and took... Read MORE...

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  • Scituate, Massachusetts, USA
    Front Street and Post Office
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  • Scituate, Massachusetts, USA
    The Old Light, Scituate, Mass.

    The American Army of Two, sometimes called American Lighthouse Army of Two, is the name commonly given to Rebecca and Abigail Bates of Scituate, Massachusetts. They were lighthouse keeper Simeon Bates'... Read MORE...

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  • 1906
    Scituate, or Scituate Harbor, a post-village and bathing-resort in Scituate township (towm), Plymouth co., Mass., on the Atlantic Ocean and on the New...Read MORE...


  • Scituate, Massachusetts, USA
    Main Street, looking South, Minot, Mass.
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  • Scituate, Massachusetts, USA
    Pegotty Beach and Second Cliff
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  • Scituate, Massachusetts, USA
    The Stanley House was a small hotel in Scituate. It welcomed visitors all throughout the summer season.
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  • Scituate, Massachusetts, USA
    Main Gate and Office at Dreamwold, Farm of Mr. Thomas W. Lawson
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  • Scituate, Massachusetts, USA
    Cottages at Shore Acres
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  • Scituate, Massachusetts, USA
    Church and Lawson's Tower
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  • Scituate, Massachusetts, USA
    The Merrymount House was a small hotel in Scituate
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  • Scituate, Massachusetts, USA
    Boston Sand & Gravel Co.
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    Grand View Hotel
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    High School
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  • Scituate, Massachusetts, USA
    Front Street
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The Old Mill at (Greenbush)

Isaac Stedman and his family worked their way from Plymouth to the part of Scituate known as “The Greene Bush”.

...c.1650, John Stockbridge constructed a water-driven grist mill for grinding corn alongside the... Read MORE...

Read more about Isaac John STEDMAN

Scituate, Massachusetts, USA

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Cudworth House (Built 1723) and Barn

Scituate, Massachusetts, USA

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Pilot Boat, "Columbia" , wrecked Nov. 17, 1898, Scituate, Mass.

Wreck of the Columbia, Scituate MA 1898. The Portland Gale of 1898 was a massive Nor’Easter that battered the New England coast, sinking an incredible amount of ships and took... Read MORE...

Scituate, Massachusetts, USA

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The Old Light, Scituate, Mass.

The American Army of Two, sometimes called American Lighthouse Army of Two, is the name commonly given to Rebecca and Abigail Bates of Scituate, Massachusetts. They were lighthouse keeper Simeon Bates'... Read MORE...

Read more about Rebecca W BATES

Scituate, Massachusetts, USA

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Front Street and Post Office

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Pegotty Beach and Second Cliff

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Main Street, looking South, Minot, Mass.

Scituate, Massachusetts, USA

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The Stanley House was a small hotel in Scituate. It welcomed visitors all throughout the summer season.

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Main Gate and Office at Dreamwold, Farm of Mr. Thomas W. Lawson
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Cottages at Shore Acres

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Church and Lawson's Tower
Read more about Thomas William LAWSON photo of ancestor

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The Merrymount House was a small hotel in Scituate

Scituate, Massachusetts, USA

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Boston Sand & Gravel Co.

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Grand View Hotel

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High School

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Front Street

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