Hecla St

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Uxbridge, MA
Time Zone & Current Time
Uxbridge, MA lies within the Eastern Standard Time (or EST). The current time in Eastern Standard Time is 07:13 PM on 12/24/2014.
Uxbridge, MA
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Uxbridge, MA
Population Demographics
Household Income average: $80k
$80k
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Age majority: 30s
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34 yrs old
Gender Majority: female
50% Female
49% Male
Ethnicity average: caucasian
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Occupation Majority: management
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About Uxbridge, MA

Uxbridge is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts, in the United States. First settled in 1662, and incorporated in 1727, it was named for the Earl of Uxbridge. Uxbridge is 16 mi south-southeast of Worcester, 20 mi north-northwest of Providence, and 34 mi southwest of Boston. It is part of the Greater Boston and Worcester metro areas. The 2010 census showed 13,457 people. Uxbridge, a "mini tapestry of early America", marks the center of the Blackstone Valley Heritage Corridor. There are more than 375 state or national historic sites. Uxbridge was known for woolens, since Cashmere woolens, and military uniforms were made here for 140+ years. The first woolen mill in the Blackstone Valley was built here in 1809. The Bachman Uxbridge Worsted Company's proposed 1954 buyout of the American Woolen Company would have created America's largest woolen conglomerate. The first Air Force Dress Uniform, "Uxbridge Blue", was made here. Uxbridge played roles in women's rights with first woman voter, Lydia Taft, Revolution soldier, Deborah Sampson, 3) abolitionist Abby Kelley, and Massachusetts's first women jurors. Seth Reed fought at Bunker Hill, and was "instrumental" in adding E Pluribus Unum to U.S. Coins. [more on Wikipedia]

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