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Franklin County

 

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Its largest community and traditional county seat is Greenfield.

Franklin County was created on 24 June 1811 from the northern third of Hampshire County. It was named for Benjamin Franklin. Franklin County was abolished by state government in 1997, at the county's request.

Cities and Towns
Ashfield
Bernardston
Buckland

Charlemont

Colrain

Conway

Deerfield

Erving

Gill

Greenfield

Hawley

Heath

Leverett

Leyden

Monroe

Montague

New Salem

Northfield

Orange

Rowe

Shelburne

Shutesbury

Sunderland

Warwick

Wendell

Whately

On Line Data

 

Adjacent Counties

Windham County, Vermont (North)

Cheshire County, New Hampshire (Northeast)

Worcester County (East)

Hampshire County (South)

Berkshire County (West)

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