Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)/North Attleboro

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NORTH ATTLEBORO, a town in Bristol co., Mass.; on the New York, New Haven, and Hartford railroad; 30 miles S. W. of Boston. It comprises the villages of Adamsdale, Falls Village, Robinsonville, and Oldtown. Here are the Richards Memorial Library, Holmes Memorial Building, Elks' Home, high school, street railroad, electric lights, and a National bank. It has extensive manufactories of cotton yarn, braid, silverware, and jewelry. Pop. (1910) 9,562; (1920) 9,238.