Massachusetts Historical Lakes


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name County USGS Topo Map
Ash Pond Franklin Quabbin Reservoir
Bear Pond Essex Lynn
Bensons Pond Plymouth Snipatuit Pond
Black Pond Plymouth Sagamore
Brigham Pond Worcester Marlborough
Bushs Pond Worcester Shrewsbury
Cranberry Pond Plymouth Duxbury
Danvers Reservoir Essex Salem
Dean Pond Berkshire Cheshire
Delvas Pond Franklin Mount Grace
East Pond Hampshire Winsor Dam
Flask Pond Franklin Winsor Dam
Gibbs Pond Plymouth Sagamore
Hackmetack Pond Franklin Quabbin Reservoir
Hop Brook Pond Franklin Quabbin Reservoir
Jenkins Hole Plymouth Plymouth
Jonathans Pond Plymouth Wareham
Kingsbury Pond Worcester Oxford
Lachary Pond Worcester Milford
Lily Pond Norfolk Holliston
Lily Pond Barnstable Pocasset
Mill Pond Barnstable Wellfleet
Nance Lake Franklin Quabbin Reservoir
Neeseponsett Pond Worcester Quabbin Reservoir
Nobadeer Pond Nantucket Siasconset
Peabody Reservoir Essex Salem
Russ Pond Franklin Quabbin Reservoir
Sawmill Pond Middlesex Wilmington
Stump Pond Plymouth Hanover
Sunk Pond Worcester Quabbin Reservoir
Sunk Pond Hampshire Winsor Dam
Upper Gate Pond Barnstable Hyannis
Wheelers Pond Plymouth Brockton
Wigwam Pond Nantucket Siasconset
Woodrough Pond Middlesex Lexington
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