Pittsfield


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Pitts·field

 (pĭts′fēld′)
A city of western Massachusetts northwest of Springfield near the New York border. It is a center of the Berkshires resort area.
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Noun1.Pittsfield - a town in western MassachusettsPittsfield - a town in western Massachusetts  
Bay State, Massachusetts, Old Colony, MA - a state in New England; one of the original 13 colonies
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Melville resided in New York City until 1850, when they purchased a farmhouse at Pittsfield, their farm adjoining that formerly owned by Mr.
On the hither side of Pittsfield sits Herman Melville, shaping out the gigantic conception of his 'White Whale,' while the gigantic shadow of Greylock looms upon him from his study window.
With his liberal views, he is apparently considered by the good people of Pittsfield as little better than a cannibal or a'beach-comber.
The chief event of the residence in Pittsfield was the completion and publication of 'Moby Dick; or, the Whale,' in 1851.
This house belonged to his brother Allan, and was exchanged for the estate at Pittsfield.
On October 8, officials with Riyadh, Saudi Arabia-based Sabic announced that the firm is dissolving Sabic IP -- one of the world's largest polycarbonate makers -- and is closing Sabic IP's Pittsfield headquarters.
in the Pittsfield Congregational Church, with the Rev.
In June 2013, the city of Pittsfield received a $55,000 planning grant from the MLSC to conduct a study and create a business plan for the Berkshire Innovation Center.
Pittsfield Plastics' primary business is still proprietary spools and reels.
Editor's Note: The Rockwells traveled from their home in West Arlington, Vermont, south on Route 7 through Pittsfield to Stockbridge, Masschusetts, during that time (1950-1952).
River restoration efforts already have cleaned a 2-mile stretch of the Housatonic between Newell Street and Fred Garner Park in Pittsfield.

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