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Fictional president Selina Meyer on the HBO show Veep declared her candidacy here, at the Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum.
This North County valley town was founded in 1778 by a group of settlers, including Quakers, whose Meeting House still stands today. It was named after revolutionary leader Samuel Adams (yes, that Sam Adams), and was originally a mill town, producing wool, cotton, lumber, and plastic. These days, Adams is known for its laid-back character and beautiful landscape, which offers multiple options for hiking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing.
POINTS OF INTEREST
ASHUWILLTICOOK RAIL TRAIL
The site of a Victorian-era rail line, this scenic trail is a must-stop. Ten feet wide, paved, and universally accessible, it traverses 12.2 miles of the stunning Hoosac River Valley.
SUSAN B. ANTHONY BIRTHPLACE MUSEUM
Suffragist leader Susan B. Anthony was born in this Federalist-style colonial in 1920. It’s now a learning center and museum dedicated to her early years and work as an activist, and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
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