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Easthampton

Hampshire County,

Massachusetts

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The Massachusetts state capital is Boston.


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01027

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Statistics & Facts

The population of Easthampton is approximately 16,064 (2007).
The approximate number of families is 7,083 (2000).

The amount of land area in Easthampton is 34.73 sq. kilometers.
The amount of land area in Easthampton is 13.41 sq. miles.
The amount of surface water is 0.50 sq kilometers.
The distance from Easthampton to Washington DC is 331 miles. The distance to the Massachusetts state capital is 96 miles. (as the crow flies)
Easthampton is positioned 42.27 degrees north of the equator and 72.67 degrees west of the prime meridian.

Easthampton elevation is 170 feet above sea level.
Easthampton per capita income is $15,193 (1989).
Easthampton median income is $54,521 (2007).

The Easthampton median home price is $217,241 (2007).

Easthampton miscellany.

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Location

Easthampton location: in western Massachusetts about fourteen miles north of Springfield and 96 miles west of Boston. Other nearby communities include Hadley, South Hadley, Holyoke, Chicopee, Hatfield, Northampton, Southampton and Westhampton.

Try this map page for Easthampton, including several different types of maps. This map is provided by Mapquest.

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Geography

The geography for Easthampton is a mostly level valley with the steep slopes of Mount Tom on the east.

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Climate & Weather

Easthampton average annual precipitation is 45.1 inches per year.
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History & History Related Items

Easthampton history:

After the first settlers arrived about 1664, Easthampton remained a rural, agricultural type community until about 1850 when a boom in manufacturing changed the focus of the local economy. Many mills were built on the Manhan River along with many factories creating items such as yarn, buttons, elastic and other various items.

Try this history page for Easthampton. Also try this history page. This history was written in 1904.
The settling of Easthampton: 1664
The incorporation date of Easthampton: 1785 (Town)

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Attractions

Easthampton attractions:

Easthampton is mainly a residential community and home to three artist centers, one of which is the internationally known, One Cottage Street. Through its history it has mainly been a manufacturing town known at times as Button Town (during the Civil War era), the Elastic Maker of the World (1940-1960s when United Elastic Company was open) and the home products town (former Stanley Home Products and Kellogg Brush Manufacturing)

Profile and Town Seal for Easthampton.

Easthampton Historical Home
7 Holyoke St. (Route 141)
Easthampton, MA
Limited hours of operation

Big Rig Day
held in May each year with Huge rigs, antique trucks and lots of specialty trucks. Sometimes there are even helicopters and cranes.

Arcadia Nature Center and Wildlife Sanctuary
127 Combs Road
Easthampton, MA 01027
Phone: (413) 584-3009
Trails open Tuesday through Sunday, 9 am - 3 pm. Please call ahead to be sure of hours of operation.

Nonotuck Park
Daley Field Road
Easthampton, MA 01027
Phone: (413) 529-1440
a park of 185 acres with all types of outdoor activities including a beach volleyball court, a pool, picnic sites, softball, playgrounds, tennis courts and much more.

Manhan Rail Trail
A 4.2 miles paved trail that follows the old rail corridor.

The Nashawannuck Pond
The pond was build in 1846 by Samuel Williston

Easthampton City Arts

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