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  2. Welcome to the United States Naval Shipbuilding Museum located in the former Fore River Shipyard; once one of the nation's largest shipbuilding enterprises, in historic Quincy, Massachusetts. The USNSM is housed aboard the Quincy-built USS Salem; the world's only preserved Heavy Cruiser. The museum welcome visitors for tours on seasonal weekends.

  3. Salem (Massachusetts) - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

    Salem es una ciudad ubicada en el condado de Essex del estado estadounidense de Massachusetts. La también llamada «Ciudad de las Brujas » ( Witch City ) debido a los juicios que tuvieron lugar entre los años 1692 y 1693, está situada en la costa atlántica estadounidense, a 25 km al norte de Boston .

  4. 2010 United States Senate special election in Massachusetts

    The 2010 United States Senate special election in Massachusetts was a special election held on January 19, 2010, in order to fill the Massachusetts Class I United States Senate seat for the remainder of the term ending January 3, 2013. It was won by Republican candidate Scott Brown.

  5. List of United States cities by population - Wikipedia

    This table lists the 331 incorporated places in the United States (excluding the U.S. territories) with a population of at least 100,000 on July 1, 2021, as estimated by the United States Census Bureau. Five states—Delaware, Maine, Vermont, West Virginia, and Wyoming—have no cities with populations of 100,000 or more. The table displays:

  6. A Brief History of the Salem Witch Trials | History ...

    The Salem witch trials occurred in colonial Massachusetts between early 1692 and mid-1693. More than 200 people were accused of practicing witchcraft—the devil’s magic—and 20 were executed ...

  7. List of United States Air Force installations - Wikipedia

    The number of active duty Air Force Bases within the United States rose from 115 in 1947 to peak at 162 in 1956 before declining to 69 in 2003 and 59 in 2020. This change reflects a Cold War expansion, retirement of much of the strategic bomber force, and the post–Cold War draw-down.

  8. Minimum wage in the United States - Wikipedia

    The minimum wage in the United States of America is set by U.S. labor law and a range of state and local laws. The first federal minimum wage was instituted in the National Industrial Recovery Act of 1933 , signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt , but later found to be unconstitutional. [4]

  9. Massachusetts - Wikipedia

    Massachusetts is also home to the highest ranked private high school in the United States, Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, which was founded in 1778. [237] Massachusetts's per-student public expenditure for elementary and secondary schools was eighth in the nation in 2012, at $14,844. [238]

  10. 2020 United States presidential election in Massachusetts

    Massachusetts has 11 electoral votes in the Electoral College. Biden easily carried Massachusetts with a 33-point margin, the largest margin whereby any nominee had carried the state since Lyndon B. Johnson's 1964 landslide. Massachusetts was one of three states where Biden won every county, the other two being Rhode Island and Hawaii.

  11. List of United States counties and county equivalents - Wikipedia

    These are the counties of Connecticut and Rhode Island, as well as eight of Massachusetts' 14 counties. In all, the 50 states consist of 3,142 counties and equivalents. Adding the District of Columbia gives 3,143. Similarly, the Census Bureau treats 100 subdivisions of the territories of the United States as county