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Mashpee is a town in Barnstable County that sits on Cape Cod in Massachusetts. The population as of 2010 was 14,006. The area is a total of 27.2 square miles and is surrounded by Sandwich, Barnstables, Nantucket Sound and Falmouth.
Masphee is considered the Upper or western part of Cape Cod and is about 65 miles away from Boston and about 70 miles from Providence, Rhode Island. It has several areas of town that are named like Mashpee Neck, Monomoscoy island, New Seabury, popponesset, Popponesset Island, Seabrook and Seconsett island.
Here is a little history on Cape Cod. It was occupied by Indigenous people (Wampanoag) for more than 10 thousand years.
When English colonists arrived, they started to settle the area of present-day Mashpee in 1658. They had the assistance of the missionary, Richard Bourne who was from the neighboring town of Sandwich.
After King Philips War and the Wampanoag from the mainland settled in Rhode Island, while others were brought together with the Nauset into Mashpee and other areas like Martha’s Vineyards.
Colonists designated Mashpee as the largest Indian reservation in Massachusetts. Then, in 1763, the British crown designated it as a plantation against their will.
After the back and forths and losing lands, in 1970s the Mashpee reorganized and filed a land claim against the state for their loss of lands. They lost, but continued to develop as an organized community and gained federal recognition as a tribe in 2007.
Today, Mashpee is known for the Wampanoag culture, but also for tourist recreation.
Of course most of the activities revolve around water. You have your kayaking, paddle boarding and canoeing. However there are other things too like the Mashpee Wampanoag Museum, the Cape Cod Childrens Museum, bike tours and than various places to eat and drink.
Anyone who visits will also be close to other neighborhoods with awesome beaches and things to do!
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