Acushnet may refer to some locations in the United States:

  • Acushnet, Massachusetts, a town
    • Acushnet Center, Massachusetts, in the town of Acushnet
  • Acushnet Company, golf equipment manufacturer
  • Acushnet Heights Historic District, New Bedford, Massachusetts
  • The Acushnet River of southeastern Massachusetts

Also, the first whaling ship on which Herman Melville served was the Acushnet.

Other articles related to "acushnet":

Acushnet River - Path of The River
... The source of the Acushnet River is Long Pond in Lakeville, Massachusetts ... called Freetown before it fills the New Bedford Reservoir in the town of Acushnet ... From the reservoir, the river continues southward, forming the dividing-line between Acushnet and the city of New Bedford ...
Acushnet River
... The Acushnet River is the largest river, 8.6 miles (13.8 km) long, flowing into Buzzards Bay in southeastern Massachusetts, in the United States ... The name "Acushnet" comes from the Wampanoag or Algonquian word, "Cushnea", meaning "as far as the waters", a word that was used by the original owners of the land in describing the extent of the parcel they ...
Acushnet Company - History
... Founded in Acushnet, Massachusetts by Philip E ... Skipper" Young in 1910, the Acushnet Process Company focused on deresinating latex and supplying rubber to industry, and over time began to make their own rubber-based products ... Eventually, Acushnet Process became a manufacturer of golf equipment, principally, golf balls ...
Titleist - Golf Balls
... Titleist, a member of the Acushnet family currently produces the following golf balls Titleist Pro V1 Titleist Pro V1x Titleist NXT Titleist NXT tour Titleist DT SoLo ... In December 2007, Acushnet lost a patent infringement suit brought by Callaway ... Acushnet immediately announced that they would be appealing against the decision ...
USCGC Acushnet (WMEC-167) - Decommissioning
... On 11 March 2011, Acushnet was decommissioned and retired from active duty after more than 67 years of service ... USCGC Smilax succeeded Acushnet as the Coast Guard's oldest commissioned cutter ... According to the Juneau Empire the Acushnet's duties would be undertaken by a new Fast Response Cutter ...