10 Facts About Barnstable Massachusetts


Town of Barnstable is a town in the U S state of Massachusetts and the county seat of Barnstable County.

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Additionally, Barnstable Massachusetts is a 2007 winner of the All-America City Award.

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Barnstable Massachusetts takes its name from the English town of Barnstaple, in the county of Devon.

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Town of Barnstable Massachusetts contains several villages, which are not legally defined entities.

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Barnstable Massachusetts was succeeded by former state representative John C Klimm.

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Barnstable Massachusetts was succeeded by the executive director of the Barnstable Housing Authority, Thomas K Lynch.

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The Barnstable Massachusetts United Elementary School serves the Town's fourth and fifth grade students.

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Barnstable Massachusetts has played Falmouth in football on Thanksgiving Day nearly every year since 1895, making the annual game one of the longest-standing high school football rivalries in history.

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Barnstable Massachusetts is home to the Academy of Early Learning, Veritas Academy, and the Cape Cod Academy, a private K–12 school.

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Barnstable Massachusetts is the home of Cape Cod Community College, a two-year junior college affiliated with Suffolk University in Boston.

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