Uxbridge is a suburban New England town in Worcester County. Uxbridge spanned the colonial era, the American Revolution and the Industrial Revolution, having been noted for early textiles, and women's rights. It is the geographic center of the Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor, the oldest industrialized region in the States. Agriculture, mining, manufacturing and even innkeeping have been important industries in Uxbridge.
Uxbridge is located 35 miles southwest of Boston, 16 miles southeast of Worcester, and 20 miles northwest of Providence. The census of 2009 reported close to 12,900 people in the town's 30 square miles. Route 146 provides access to Worcester, I-290, I-190, the Massachusetts Turnpike, I-95 in Providence and I-295 in Lincoln, Rhode Island. Route 16 connects west of Uxbridge through Douglas to Connecticut via I-395 at Webster, and east through Mendon to Boston, and Cape Cod by I-495 at Milford.
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