Scituate

Named places in the town include:[7]

  • Egypt
  • First Cliff
  • Greenbush (Green Bush)
  • Hatherly
  • Humarock
  • Lawson Tower, a historic water tower which is visible from several miles out at sea
  • Minot, including Minot Beach
  • North Scituate (formerly Gannett Corner)
 
Scituate Beach, Massachusetts, Thomas Doughty, 1837
  • Peggotty Beach
  • Rivermoor
  • Second Cliff
  • Shore Acres
  • Sodham
  • The Glades
  • Sand Hills
  • The Connolly House
  • Third Cliff
  • Kent Village
  • The West End
  • The Spit
  • Driftway

"The Harbor" refers to the business district as well as the harbor itself. Scituate Harbor is used mostly by pleasure boaters and fisherman

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