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Beverly is a beautiful seaside community located on Massachusetts' North Shore. With miles of coastline, public parks and beaches and lots of open space, Beverly is rightly called "The Garden City." Originally part of Salem and the Naumkeag Territory, the area was first settled in 1626. The town was the birthplace of the armed schooner Hannah, the first ship commissioned for the US military, so Beverly calls itself the "Birthplace of America's Navy." Beverly is also called the "Birthplace of the American Industrial Revolution," as the site of the first cotton mill in America (1787). Coastal Byway Miles: 6.1

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Balch House

448 Cabot Street, Beverly, MA 01915, USA

Beverly Harbor

, , Beverly, MA 1915

Beverly Public Library

32 Essex Street, , Beverly, MA 1915

Fish Flake Hill Historical District

Front Street, , Beverly, MA 1915

Food Project at Long Hill Farm

572 Essex Street, , Beverly, MA 1915

Gold Coast

, , Beverly, MA 1915

Hale Farm

117 Cabot Street, , Beverly, MA 1915

Hospital Point Light Station

Bayview Ave, , Beverly, MA 1915

John Cabot House - Beverly Visitor Center

117 Cabot Street, , Beverly, MA 1915

Long Hill

219 County Road, , Beverly, MA 1915

Lynch Park

55 Ober Street, , Beverly, MA 1915

Montserrat College of Art

23 Essex St, , Beverly, MA 1915

North Shore Music Theatre

62 Dunham Road, , Beverly, MA 1915

Peter Woodbury House

82 Dodge St, , Beverly, MA 1915

The Cabot

286 Cabot St, , Beverly, MA 1915

Undersea Divers

42 Water Street, , Beverly, MA 1915

United Shoe Machinery Co. (a.k.a. The Cummings Center)

100 Cummings Center #107-L, , Beverly, MA 1915

West Beach

PO Box 5860, , Beverly, MA 1915