Merrimac on the west; South Hampton, New Hampshire, on
the north; Salisbury on the east; and Newburyport and
West Newbury on the south. Amesbury is located on the
Merrimack River 10 miles northeast of Haverhill, 43
miles north of Boston, and 260 miles from New York City.
Amesbury is a suburban community with an unusual
industrial and manufacturing history. First settled by
Europeans in 1645, the town's earliest industries
included mills, shipyards and a heavily used ferry
operation across the Merimac River to Newburyport. There
were always scattered farms in the community, but unlike
most Colonial settlements, agriculture was secondary to
an aggressive maritime and industrial economy.
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