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Some Interesting Facts About Assonet:
Assonet is one of two villages within the town of Freetown, Massachusetts.† An original part of the town, Assonet was settled in 1659 along with the city of Fall River, then a part of Freetown. It rests on the banks of the Assonet River. As of the 1990 census, the village of Assonet†had a total population of 3,614.† The Cleaning Lady, Inc., is happy to be able to provide house cleaning, office cleaning, maid and janitorial services to the residents and businesses of Assonet, MA.
Assonet was first settled in 1659, shortly after the completion of Ye Freemen's Purchase. The word comes from the local Wampanoag Indians, and has two meanings: "place of rocks" and "song of praise."†Assonet remained for many years a small fishing and farming village, growing to be Freetown's more industrious side by the end of the 18th Century. By the end of the 19th Century, Assonet had begun to slowly return to its origins, having less and less industry in town. By the beginning of the 21st Century, the village of Assonet†has once again begun to expand rapidly.
Assonet is located in Southeastern Massachusetts.†Assonet is bound by†by Fall River, Berkley, Lakeville, East Freetown, and the Assonet River.† It has a hilly terrain, with many outcroppings of bedrock. One such outcropping is the famous Profile Rock, a rock shaped like the profile of Wampanoag Indian chief Massasoit.† Maple, elm, oak, pine, and birch trees are common throughout.† Numerous streams and brooks flow through†Assonet village, as does the Assonet River.

Water bodies include Assonet Bay and Mill Pond. Bryant's Neck, also called Assonet Bay Shores, is a large peninsula situated between Shephard's Cove and Assonet proper on Assonet Bay. This area is also well known for its saltmarshes. The area around Mill Pond is frequented for its herring runs.

A large section of†Assonet village comprises approximately 1/3 of the Freetown-Fall River State Forest.

Partial narrative compiled by the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development

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