Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)/Greenfield

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GREENFIELD, a town and county-seat of Franklin co., Mass.; on the Boston and Maine railroad; 56 miles W. of Fitchburg. It contains Factory and North Parish villages; manufactures principally shoes, cutlery, silverware, machinists' tools, snow shovels, cement blocks, paper boxes, rakes, and baby carriages; and has electric lights, waterworks, public library, high school, a National bank, the county hospital and weekly newspapers. Pop. (1910) 10,427; (1920) 15,462.