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Quabbin Res at winter
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The largest “lake” in Massachusetts, the Quabbin Reservoir was created in the 1930s by damming up the Swift River, thereby flooding the towns of Enfield, Prescott, Greenwich, and Dana, as well as parts of New Salem, whose residents were bought out. Today the reservoir provides fresh water for all of Boston and a large number of other eastern cities and towns.
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