Scenery of Sutton Massachusetts
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|The town center of Sutton. This is so typical of a small New England town with the town 'green' of 'common' which originally came about so that everyone could graze their cow there. The Gazebo is also a common item on New England Town greens. This is where there would be band concerts in the summer.||The town center of Sutton. This is so typical of a small New England town This is the Congregational Church in the center of Sutton. This is typical of the architecture of the early churches in New England.|
|View from Robert's neighborhood on Leland Hill looking down across Dodge Road. In the distance lies Mt. Wachusetts and in the far distance can be seen mountains in New Hampshire. The distant view hasn't changed much since Reuben Rawson's day.||Old Barn at the corner of Central Turnpike and Dodge Hill Road|
|Water's farm is a beautiful old farm donated to the town of Sutton by Dorothea Waters Moran. On the left is a view from the farm looking out over Lake Manchug and in the middle is another view. On the right is the Farm house.
On the web site, it states- 'In 1974 Dorothea Waters Moran conveyed to the Town of Sutton, for stewardship, her ancestral home (1757), including contents, records and 103 acres of land representing over 230 years of irreplaceable New England living history"