Amherst

[Amtrak station] The Current station in Amherst was made due to a realignment of the Vermonter route to the other side of the Connecticut River: still serving the major city of Springfield, but instead traveling towards Palmer, and then heading back west in a reroute. In 2014, Holyoke, Northampton and Greenfield, will become added routes on...
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Amherst

[automobile] The Amherst was a Canadian automobile manufactured in Amherstburg in 1911. The unusual feature of the car was a demountable body that could be fitted behind the front seats to convert the car into a light truck. The car was financed by backers in Detroit, but they withdrew their support before production commenced. Only three c...
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Amherst

Amherst, town (1990 pop. 35,228), Hampshire co., central Mass., in a fertile farm area; inc. 1759. Named for Lord Jeffery Amherst, it is a college town. Emily Dickinson was born and lived there all her life. Helen Hunt Jackson was also born there, and Ray Stannard Baker, Eugene Field, Robert Frost, ...
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Amherst

Amherst, town (1991 pop. 9,742), N central N.S., Canada. Amherst has a variety of light industries and is a service center for the surrounding agricultural region. Nearby are salt beds. Across the border in New Brunswick is Fort Beausejour National Historic Park. Sir Charles Tupper, the Canadian sta...
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Amherst

town (township), Hampshire county, west-central Massachusetts, U.S. It lies in the Connecticut River valley just northeast of Northampton. It ...
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