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By Margie Walker

In 1968, Amesbury celebrated its three hundredth anniversary. citizens compiled a cookbook, commemorative cash have been offered, dances and performs have been held, and townspeople wearing interval gown as a part of the numerous occasions for the town�s tercentenary. given that then, Amesbury has grown significantly, with many new businesses�furniture makers, fantastic nutrients items, Norman�s eating place, and garments shops�emerging. outdated turbines were reinvented into areas for artists, photographers, and different inventive shops. The downtown sector has been redeveloped and is a welcoming website as one enters Amesbury. One merely must take a seat in marketplace sq., walk alongside the Riverwalk, watch the falls of the Powow River within the Millyard, or take heed to a live performance within the amphitheater to adventure Amesbury�s allure. regardless of a 1996 vote altering the city right into a urban, this nice group keeps a similar small-town think it has held for thus many years.

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In 1968, Amesbury celebrated its three hundredth anniversary. citizens compiled a cookbook, commemorative cash have been offered, dances and performs have been held, and townspeople wearing interval gown as a part of the various occasions for the town�s tercentenary. given that then, Amesbury has grown significantly, with many new businesses�furniture makers, effective nutrition items, Norman�s eating place, and garments shops�emerging.

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