Erving — Geographical
Extracted from "History of the Connecticut Valley in Massachusetts, Volume II," by Louis H. Everts, 1879.
ERVING, one of the central towns in eastern Franklin, is likewise one of the smallest in area and in population in the county.
It is bounded north by Northfield, south by Wendell and Montague, east by Warwick and a part of Orange, and west by Montague and Gill, being separated from them by Miller's River and the Connecticut.
The town is crossed on the west by the New London Northern Railroad, and on the south by the Fitchburg Railroad, on which latter Erving Centre is a station.
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