- Marshfield is a town located in Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
- It has a population of approximately 25,000 people.
- Marshfield is known for its beaches, including Rexhame Beach and Brant Rock Beach.
- It is also home to the Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary and the North River Wildlife Sanctuary.
- The town has a rich history, with many historic homes and landmarks, such as the Winslow House and the Governor Edward Winslow House.
- Marshfield is also the birthplace of two U.S. presidents: John Adams and John Quincy Adams.
- Marshfield has 5 elementary schools:
- Edward Winslow Elementary School
- Daniel Webster Elementary School
- Martinson Elementary School
- South River Elementary School
- Eames Way Elementary School
- Furnace Brook Middle School
- Marshfield also has Furnace Brook Middle School and Marshfield High School.
- Marshfield’s mascot are the Rams and their colors are green, white and black.
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