|155 Whitcomb Avenue, Littleton||Abbot House, Andover||Balch House, Beverly|
|Bardeen-Culver Barn, West Newbury||Bradford House, Kingston||Brookline|
|Capen House, MIlton||Chestnut Hill Meeting House, Millville||Chickering-Francis Farmhouse|
|Coffin House, Nrebury||Cogswell's Grant||Cooper-Frost-Austin House, Cambridge|
|Cory Cornell House, Westport||Deane Winthrop House, Winthrop||Dwight-Derby House, Medford|
|Fairbanks House, Dedham||First Parish Church, Middlesex Co||Gedney House, Salem|
|Gov. Bellingham-Cary House||Hancock-Clarke House, Lexington||Haskell House, 680 Hale Street, Beverly|
|Holt Hill Farm, Andover||John Adams Birthplace, Quincy||John Quincy Adams Birthplace, Quincy|
|Jenks Barn, Seekonk||Mill Ditch, Suffolk Co||Narbonne House, Salem|
|Old Castle, Rockport||Old Garrison House, Rockport||Olive Stow House, Concord|
|Pierce House, Dorchester||Smith-Healey House, Walpole||Turner House, Salem|
|The Hart House, Ipswich||The Edmund Fowle House, Watertown||The Pickering House, Salem|
|Tuttle House, Ipswich||United Methodist Church,Townsend||Whipple House, Ipswich|
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