Towns – Williamstown

Williamstown MA 02563 and 01267

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Welcome to the most northwestern town in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts – Williamstown.

Williamstown, is home to Williamstown College, the Clark Art Institute, and the Tony-awarded Williamstown Theater Festival, Williamstown is a thriving community in the Berkshires region of Massachusetts. Williamstown was named after Ephraim Williams who donated a large sum of money to the town, started Williams College, and died in the French and Indian War.

Famous Williamstown residents have included; blues guitarist Albert Cummings, actor Matthew Perry and actor Christopher Reeve.

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Williamstown, MA Settled: 1749
Incorporated: 1765
County: Berkshire

Williamstown, MA Population:
2008: 7,968
2000: 8,424
1990: 8,220

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