Located 35 miles
north of Boston on the Atlantic coast and the mouth of
the Merrimac River, Newburyport covers 9 square miles
and has a population of 17,000. Famous for its whaling
and clipper ship industry in the 19th century,
Newburyport has retained its sense of history while
moving into the future. The Federalist homes that once
belonged to sea captains are a gentle reminder of the
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Chamber of Commerce
Immaculate Conception School
Newburyport Montessori School
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