What is Williamstown?

  • (noun): A town in northwestern Massachusetts.

Williamstown

Williamstown or Williamtown is the name of several places in the world:

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Altona Coastal Park - History
... It was the site of the Williamstown Racecourse from 1864-1940, which was closed in 1940 to make way for an army camp during World War II ... The remnants of the Williamstown Racecourse Grandstand and a palm tree at the entry to the Grandstand still remains ... of a galloping horse, was installed to commemorate the location of the former Williamstown racecourse ...
Michael Ritchie (artistic Director) - Career - Williamstown Theatre Festival
... In 1996, Ritchie was appointed producer of the Williamstown Theatre Festival ... New plays that began their lives in Williamstown and moved on to off-Broadway runs under his direction include Corners by David Rabe, Far East by A.R ... In 2002, the Williamstown Theatre Festival was the recipient of the Regional Theatre Tony Award ...
Beaches In Port Phillip - Beaches - Altona Bay
... Beach - Altona Seaholme Beach - Seaholme Williamstown Beach - Williamstown Shelley Beach - Williamstown Yarra River ...
Andrew Williams (Australian Rules Footballer) - Williamstown
... for Collingwood, Williams remained playing for Williamstown, Collingwoods then VFL affiliate, over the next 2 seasons and managed just 10 more AFL games between 2004 and 2005 ...
Australia And The American Civil War - CSS Shenandoah
... On January 25, 1865 the Shenandoah made harbor at Williamstown, Victoria, near Melbourne, in order to repair damage received while capturing Union whaling ships ... While at Williamstown, James Iredell Waddell, the captain of the Shenandoah and his men participated in several "official functions" the local citizens arranged in their honour, including a ... Those surrendering included 42 Australians who had joined the crew at Williamstown sources differ as to whether the Australians were stowaways or illegally recruited ...