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Here are several New England sites that made the cut: Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth; Saugus Iron Works National Historic Site in Saugus; Strawbery Banke in Portsmouth, N.H.; Minute Man National Historical Park in Lexington; Boston National Historical Park in Boston; Historic Deerfield in Deerfield; The Old Manse in Concord; Slater Mill in Pawtucket, R.I.; Adams National Historical Park in Quincy; and, of course, Old Sturbridge Village in Sturbridge.
National Park Service sites north and south of the city include, Adams National Historic Site (617-773-1177), birthplace and home of presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams; Salem Maritime National Historic Site (978-740-1660), one of the earliest ports in the colonies to send trade ships to the East Indies; Lowell National Historical Park (978-970-5000), which interprets the function of cotton mills and factories that began the nation's Industrial Revolution; and Saugus Iron Works National Historic Site (617-233-0050), where the first integrated ironworks began in North America between 1646 and 1648.