The Bartlett Museum is a nonprofit museum located at 270 Main Street, Amesbury, Massachusetts. It is named after Josiah Bartlett, who was born in Amesbury, and later signed the United States Declaration of Independence.HistoryThe building was originally the Bartlett School from 1870 until it was closed in 1968.
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