This town takes
its name from the river that surrounds its southern
boundary, but it?s unclear why they do not share the
same spelling. Merrimac occupies nine square miles, most
of which is residential with a typical small town New
England flair. The late nineteenth century is the
historic era that left its mark on the charming red
brick buildings that preserve the late 1800s and house a
number of contemporary business-services, retail and
Haverhill on the southwest, the state of Newbury on the
south. Merrimac is 37 miles north of Boston; 78 miles
south of Portland, Maine; and 254 miles from New York
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