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Incorporated in 1781 - Franklin County

Wendell, Massachusetts is a small, rural hilltown on the edge of the Connecticut River Valley. Many Algonquian speaking peoples used the area for gathering and hunting well into the era of English colonization. Squakheag, Nipmuc, Pocumtuc, Abenaki and others gathered groundnuts, acorns, and other woodland resources while also hunting for game, both fur covered and feathered. In the mid 1700s, the first English colonists began to settle on and develop the land using Anglo-European methods for fencing agricultural land and milling the vast forests. Much of Wendell’s evolution is closely tied to its forests and their wood products. (Narrative from

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