Explore Marblehead Massachusetts, July 4th, and more!

Celebrate the 4th in Marblehead, MA: The quaint harborfront town is packed with music, art, fresh-food vendors, and family-friendly activities.

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Marblehead, Massachusetts Coastal Living Magazine: I have seen the fourth of July fireworks from this spot before!

Originally entitled Yankee Doodle, this scene painted by A. M. Willard is one of the most famous images relating to the American Revolutionary War. The life-sized original of "Spirit of '76" hangs in Abbot Hall in Marblehead, Massachusetts. (The Cowpens Flag is boldly flying.)

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Charlie St. Cloud @Courtney Boshers!!!!!!!!!!

Zac Efron in Zac Efron Shoots "Charlie St. Cloud"

This book takes place in Marblehead Massachusetts which is a small sailing community. Charlie refuses to go anywhere but Marblehead for 13 years, in fear of "losing" the ghost of his brother Sam.

13 Questions - Seatrain

13 Questions - Seatrain Seatrain was an American roots fusion band based initially in Marin County, California, and later in Marblehead, Massachusetts. Seatrain was formed in subsequently drawing some members from the Blues Project upon its break-up

Seatrain was an American roots fusion band based initially in Marin County, California, and later in Marblehead, Massachusetts. Seatrain was formed in 1969, subsequently drawing some members from the Blues Project upon its break-up. The group, which recorded four albums 'Seatrain' (1969), 'Seatrain' (1970), 'Marblehead Messenger' (1971) and 'Watch' (1973), disbanded in 1973.The group members were Andy Kulberg, Richard Greene, Lloyd Baskin, Peter Walsh, Bill Elliot and Peter Rowan

Seatrain was an American roots fusion band based initially in Marin County, California, and later in Marblehead, Massachusetts. Seatrain was formed in 1969, subsequently drawing some members from the Blues Project upon its break-up. The group, which recorded four albums 'Seatrain' (1969), 'Seatrain' (1970), 'Marblehead Messenger' (1971) and 'Watch' (1973), disbanded in 1973.The group members were Andy Kulberg, Richard Greene, Lloyd Baskin, Peter Walsh, Bill Elliot and Peter Rowan

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