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Massachusetts

Massachusetts

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Note: There might be other lenders in Massachusetts, this page contains only lenders which their headquarters or main offices are based in Massachusetts.

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Headquaters

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About Massachusetts...

The biggest known fact about Massachusetts is the Salem Witch Trials that took place in 1692. More than 550 documents have saved about the witch trials for the current generation to understand and learn from.

Another great state for firsts is Massachusetts – first U.S. zip code (01001), first birth control, first American park, first subway system in the nation, first Howard Johnson’s and the first Dunkin Donuts.

Traveling through Massachusetts is rather interesting. Mara Voorhees put in best “You can take a boat, under a train that’s driving under a car that’s driving under a plane.”

Information about Massachusetts

State Abbreviation

MA

State Capital

Boston

State Population

6,811,779

State Population Density

840 (People / Square mile)

Statehood

February 6, 1788

Number of Counties

14

State Motto

Ense petit placidam sub libertate quietem (By the sword we seek peace, but peace only under liberty)

State Flower

Mayflower

State Tree

American elm

State Bird

Chickadee

State Nickname

Bay State; Old Colony State

State Area Codes

339, 351, 413, 508, 617, 774, 781, 857, 978

Quick Facts

  • Harvard’s size and its offices make it impossible to unite the universal mailing address systems.
  • Massachusetts is known for the American Industrial Revolution.
  • There were many U.S. presidents born in the state – John Adams, John Quincy Adams, George W. Bush and John F. Kennedy.