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a city in W central Massachusetts.
Historical Examples

A seedling of Post-oak crossed with Agawam; from Munson, about 1885.
The Grapes of New York U. P. Hedrick

Although Agawam ripens soon after Concord, it can be kept much longer and even improves in flavor after picking.
Manual of American Grape-Growing U. P. Hedrick

A few sorts rather commonly grown in home vineyards, as Diamond, Brighton and Agawam, suffer most from anthracnose.
Manual of American Grape-Growing U. P. Hedrick

Such was the man of mark, who in 1636, with a colony of friends, made a settlement on the fertile meadows of the Indian Agawam.
Ocean to Ocean on Horseback Willard Glazier

The “Simple Cobler of Agawam” made a vast sensation with his scurrilous bombs.
Customs and Fashions in Old New England Alice Morse Earle

We were hardly on our way yesterday, from Agawam, when a dashing young gallant rode up very fast behind us.
The Works of Whittier, Volume V (of VII) John Greenleaf Whittier

Then the winding 170 reaches of the Agawam lead through broad meadows and past many mills to Springfield.
America, Volume 5 (of 6) Joel Cook

The first move was to send the Governor’s son John, with twelve others, to establish themselves at Agawam.
Every Day Life in the Massachusetts Bay Colony George Francis Dow

The Agawam is often sold in the markets as Salem which it resembles and by which it is surpassed in quality.
The Grapes of New York U. P. Hedrick

She was so surprised that her children were ignorant of Masconomo, the sagamore of Agawam.
The New England Magazine Volume 1, No. 3, March, 1886 Various


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