Why is Massachusetts called Massachusetts?
Named for a tribe of Native Americans who made their home south of Boston; has been interpreted over the years as "of the great blue hill", "great hills", and even said to mean "hill shaped like an arrowhead".
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In the northeast. New England. Upper right corner of a standard U.S. map such as the one linked below. Massachusetts is located by Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, Verm…ont and New Hampshire. So go look at a map and look in the top right corner It is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, it is bordered by Cape Cod Bay, and the Conneticut and Merrimack River run through it.
They're called New Englanders since it's part of New England. BY THE BIGGEST LIGHTNING THIEF FAN IN THE UNIVERSE!! They are commonly referred to as " Bay Staters ". New En…glander encompasses all of the New England states. "Bay Stater" is for those from Massachusetts only.
"Bay Stater" is one possibility. "Bostonian" also has a pretty wide spread. And "New Englander" takes in the six-state territory that includes Massachusetts.
A US State (or Commonwealth).
Massacusets has many hisorical things init because it joined 9th also go to the larget city Boston and the capital camparage
Massachusetts is a state in the US. (It's very close to Maine)
mass. was located in the same spot as the 1770s you could get a dictionary and find out
Thanksgiving was celebrated in Massachusetts, JFK was born in Brookline, MA, etc.
It depends where you are right now.
Massachusetts is loaded with historical, cultural, vacation & sporting activities all across the state and in every season every corner of the commonwealth has something to of…fer.
Because their militia was so fast that when someone needed their help it felt like they got their in a minute.
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