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Paxton is a small Worcester County community with a great store of reverence for its history and its past. Turkey Hill Brook was used for hunting and fishing by the Nipmucks, the Native Americans who lived in the region before any white settlers had arrived in the early 1700s. The brook also served as the site of the first mills, built to take advantage of the brook's 90-foot drop through a steep gorge. For the next 180 years, Turkey Hill Brook supplied power to a series of small mills that served the farmers who lived in the surrounding countryside. Residents point with particular pride to Moore State Park, a 400-acre enclave which incorporates many of the historical sites in Paxton and combines them with the beauty of thousands of azaleas and rhododendrons planted by Florence Morton, one of the first women in Massachusetts to earn a degree in landscape architecture, and the Spaulding family, when this area was a private estate. Paxton residents extend an open invitation to visitors to join them in savoring the richness of their past.
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