Massachusetts is indeed a small state — a drive from east to west takes about two hours. However, only a few states have had such a tremendous impact on the industrial, commercial, political, and cultural history of the United States as Massachusetts. Like many states in the US, the phone numbers of the seven million people and businesses that call this state home are documented on the Massachusetts white pages.
The Massachusetts white pages typically contain phone numbers, as well as the names and addresses of the phone number owners. In addition, you can expect to see publicly available information associated with the owner of those phone numbers, including criminal records, property records, court records, and unclaimed money.
Massachusetts At A Glance
Became a US State: February 6, 1788 (6th state)
State Capital: Boston
Population: 7 million (2021)
Size: 10,565 square miles
Nicknames: Bay State, Colony State, Old Colony, The Spirit of America
Tree: American Elm
10 Fast Facts About Massachusetts
Massachusetts was one of the original thirteen colonies that formed the United States of America.
The US telephone network began in Massachusetts with the construction of the first regular telephone line from Boston to Somerville, Massachusetts, in 1876.
The first subway system in the United States was built in Boston in 1897.
Massachusetts is home to the first college in North America, Harvard University, founded in 1636.
Basketball was invented in 1891 by James Naismith, a physical education teacher at the International YMCA Training School in Springfield, Massachusetts.
Massachusetts is the birth of the American Revolution, which began with the Boston Tea Party — when Bostonians dumped British tea into the sea.
Local farmers in Massachusetts grow a quarter of all cranberries produced in the United States.
Massachusetts is one of four commonwealths in the United States — Commonwealths are states where state politics are based on the common good and consent of citizens.
The first zip code in the United States, 01001, is in Massachusetts.
The first public park in the United States — Boston Commons — is located in Massachusetts and dates back to 1634. The park used to be a sheep pasture.