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Geography of Massachusetts The Massachusetts colony was dominated by its rivers and coastline. Major rivers included the Charles and Merrimack, as well as a portion of the Connecticut Riverwhich has been used to transport furs and timbers to Long Island Sound. Cape Ann juts into the Gulf of Maineproviding harbors for fishermen plying the fishing banks to the east, and Boston's harbor provided secure anchorage for seagoing commercial vessels. Development in Maine was restricted to coastal areas, and large inland areas remained under native control until after King Philip's War, particularly the uplands in what is now Worcester County.

Northern boundary of Massachusetts The colonial charter specified that the boundaries were to be from three miles 4. The colony also claimed additional lands by conquest and purchase, further extending the territory that it administered. The southeastern boundary with the Plymouth Colony was first surveyed in and accepted by both colonies in This was found not to be the case and, inGovernor Endicott sent a survey party to locate the northernmost point on the Merrimack. At the point where the Pemigewasset Riverthe Merrimack's principal tributary, meets the Winnipesaukee River local Indians guided the party to the outlet of Lake Winnipesaukeeincorrectly claiming that as the Merrimack's source.

The survey party carved lettering into a rock there now called Endicott Rockand its latitude was taken to be the colony's northern boundary. Bythe school's library, established with a purchase of 86 new books incomprised 2, volumes, of which 2, were gifts of Amos Lawrence. On February 28,Governor George N. As the 19th century progressed and more schools catering to the children of the elite ranks of Boston merchants and industrialists were established closer to Boston, that position gradually waned. Following both fires, Lawrence Academy rebuilt; however, because of these incidents, it encountered financial difficulties through parts of the twentieth century, until the late s.

Lawrence was coeducational untilwhen it switched to a boys-only student body. It remained single sex until At the bequest of James Lawrence, a Lawrence family descendant, it also shares the meadows and a mansion along Peabody Road and Farmer's Row with the Groton Schoolanother renowned preparatory school.

Architecturally, Lawrence's campus features a mix of historic Federalist-Era houses and Neo-Georgian academic buildings. From Lawrence's central quadrangleone can see the outline of Mount Wachusett to daating west, the pastures of Gibbet Hill Farm, the site of colonial gallows and The Castleto the north, and the fairways of the Groton Country Club to the east. Residential life[ edit ] There are ten dorms on Lawrence Academy's campus, four for boys and six for girls. Dorms range in size from eight to forty-four students.

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