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  1. Lowell, Massachusetts Lowell ( / ˈloʊəl /) is a city in Massachusetts, in the United States. With Cambridge, Lowell is one of two traditional seats of Middlesex County.

  2. Lowell es una ciudad ubicada en el condado de Middlesex en el estado estadounidense de Massachusetts. En el Censo de 2010 tenía una población de 106.519 habitantes y una densidad poblacional de 2.831,28 personas por km². 2 Toma su nombre del empresario e industrial Francis Cabot Lowell.

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    • Pre-colonial history and founding
    • Early industrialization
    • City of Lowell
    • Immigration
    • Decline

    The history of Lowell, Massachusetts, is closely tied to its location along the Pawtucket Falls of the Merrimack River, from being an important fishing ground for the Pennacook tribe to providing water power for the factories that formed the basis of the city's economy for a century. The city of Lowell was started in the 1820s as a money-making ven...

    The area around what is now Lowell was an important hub for the Pennacook Indians. The land above the Pawtucket Falls on the northern bank of the Merrimack was inhabited by the Pawtucket group, while the land along both sides of the Concord River was inhabited by the Wamesits. The site of Lowell itself served as the location of both the Pawtucket a...

    Entrepreneurs and industrialists soon began using Chelmsford as a location for new mills and manufacturing plants. The presence of Pawtucket Falls offered a source of water power that enabled the construction of a sawmill and gristmill in the early 18th century, followed by a fulling mill in 1737. The region's forests made it an attractive area for...

    Lowell was only the third Massachusetts community to be granted city government, after Boston and Salem. The population at the time was 17,633, and soon, a court, jail, hospital, cemetery, library, and two town commons were established. The first museums and theatres opened around 1840. Lowell also began annexing neighboring areas, including Belvid...

    Being a booming city with many low-skilled jobs, waves of immigrants came into Lowell to work the mills. The original 30 Irish that came to help build the canals were led by Hugh Cummiskey along the Middlesex canal from Charlestown to Pawtucket Falls on foot April 6, 1822. They were met by Kirk Boott and given a pittance. No allowance was made for ...

    By the 1920s, the New England textile industry began to shift South and many of Lowell's textile mills began to move or close. Although the South did not have rivers capable of providing the waterpower needed to run the early mills, the advent of steam-powered factories allowed companies to take advantage of the cheaper labor and transportation cos...

  3. Lowell is a city in Massachusetts. It has a population of 105,167, which makes it one of the largest cities in the state. It has historically been known for having factories that made textiles ( clothes and fabric ). It has been a city of immigrants, first of Irish and later of Cambodians .

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    Lowell fut fondée pour être un pôle manufacturier dans le domaine du textile, le long du fleuve Merrimack, au nord-ouest de Boston, sur une terre prise sur une partie de la ville voisine Chelmsford. C'était un centre industriel prospère durant le XIXe siècle, attirant d'abord de jeunes ouvrières en provenance des campagnes de Nouvelle-Angleterre – ...

    Selon l'American Community Survey, pour la période 2011-2015, 56,35 % de la population âgée de plus de 5 ans déclare parler anglais à la maison, alors que 14,09 % déclare parler l'espagnol, 11,82 % le khmer, 4,95 % le portugais, 2,02 % une langue africaine, 1,94 % le vietnamien, 0,79 % le français, 1,20 % le lao, 0,94 % le gujarati, 0,78 % le grec,...

    Sites d'intérêt

    Parmi les nombreux sites touristique, Lowell a actuellement 39 lieux inscrits sur le registre national des lieux historiques dont beaucoup de bâtiments et structures qui font partie du parc historique national de Lowell. 1. Parc historique nationale de Lowell: il maintient l'histoire de Lowell en tant que ville manufacturière et d'immigration. Les expositions comprennent des salles de tissage, une exposition sur l'énergie hydraulique et des sentiers le long des 5,6 miles de canaux largement r...

    Les Devils de Lowell de la Ligue américaine de hockey sont une franchise de hockey sur glacequi évolue à Lowell.

    (en) Cet article est partiellement ou en totalité issu de l’article de Wikipédia en anglais intitulé « Lowell, Massachusetts » (voir la liste des auteurs).

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    Bibliographie

    1. Claude Mangin, « Géographies d’une ville industrielle américaine : Lowell en modèles chronographiques » dans Mappemonde, no 68/4 2002, [lire en ligne[archive]]

    Liens externes

    1. Ressource relative à la géographie : 1.1. (en) Geographic Names Information System[archive] 2. Ressource relative à la musique : 2.1. (en) MusicBrainz[archive] 3. (en) Site officiel[archive] 1. Portail des Franco-Américains 2. Portail du Massachusetts 3. Langue française et francophonie

  4. Lowell (Massachusetts) Lowell ist eine Stadt in Middlesex County im US-Bundesstaat Massachusetts in den USA. 2020 betrug die Einwohnerzahl 115.554 Personen. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Geschichte 2 Wirtschaft 3 Sehenswürdigkeiten 4 Sport 5 Persönlichkeiten 5.1 Söhne und Töchter der Stadt 5.2 Persönlichkeiten mit Bezug zur Stadt 6 Rezeption 7 Galerie