Situated geographically in the County of Bristol which is present in the Massachusetts state of the USA, North Attleborough is a town and also the oldest and original settlement of Attleborough. To be more precise, this settlement is situated on the western parts of the Rhode Island Border. It is near the site of Bay Path which was a trail from the Seekonk River and Plainville. According to a survey in which land was measured, this town was recorded to have a total land area of 48.3 square kilometres. The census that took place here recently showed that this place has a population of 27,143 people. The main occupation of the people here is fishing and fishery related industries. There are some places where agriculture is the main economy. This town is rich in parks and churches. Due to the ample water resources all over this place it has a cool climate and faces a lot of rainfall during the monsoons.
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