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Infographic: Massachusetts First & Oldest

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Posted by the Mass Office of Travel and Tourism

History is a huge part of Massachusetts’ culture fabric. Between the first Thanksgiving celebrations in Plymouth to Major League Baseball’s oldest ballpark in the U.S., here in Massachusetts, our historical attractions and moments in time create a notable set of unique travel experiences.

Within these historical moments, Massachusetts boasts quite a list of “firsts” and “oldests” – and what better a way to present them than an infographic!

In collaboration with the good folks at Travel New England, without further ado, we present to you “Massachusetts First & Oldest” an infographic created to spark your inner-historian, full Massachusetts’ first and oldest factoids!

Which Massachusetts first or oldest is your favorite? Tell us in the comment below, or Tweet us your favorite factoid @VisitMA.

 

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Massachusetts Milestones Infographic

Created by Travel New England and the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism

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  • http://www.sunglassescheapoakley.us/ Abbigailcherie

    I don’t usually comment on blogs, but I had to on yours.   I love the little gravatar dudes!   Great post!

  • schmidtbag

    Newburyport started the first coast guard and has the oldest still functioning court house in the country

  • Bridget7925

    Of course western Mass is left off the list except for Becket.

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