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The Robbins Museum of Archaeology

The mission of the Robbins Museum of Archaeology is to increase the public's understanding and appreciation of the rich prehistory of New England's Native Americans through education, research, collections management, and exhibits focusing on "People and the Land: 11,000 years in New England." The Robbins Museum is operated by the Massachusetts Archaeological Society, a tax-exempt, non-profitable, charitable, educational and scientific corporation incorporated in 1939 to promote and encourage scientific research and education in archaeology, especially in New England.

Visit the Massachusetts Archeological Society and the Robbins Museum (dedicated to the Native People of New England) at:

17 Jackson Street, Middleboro, MA

Directions: From Route I-495 (South or North): Take Exit 4, Route 105. Turn left (105 East) at the end of the exit ramp onto Main Street. Go through two sets of traffic lights to the center of town. Proceed one block to the intersection of Peirce and Jackson Streets, then take a right just before the Middleboro Police Station. The Robbins Museum of Archaeology is located to the right, half a block down at 17 Jackson Street. Parking is available directly across from the Museum.

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"Indeed the river is a perpetual gala, and boasts each month a new ornament."

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