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Encyclopedia > Middlesex County

Middlesex is the name of several places:

  • In the United States of America:
    • Middlesex County, Connecticut
    • Middlesex County, Massachusetts
    • Middlesex, New Jersey, a borough.
    • Middlesex County, New Jersey
    • Middlesex, New York, a town.
    • Middlesex, North Carolina
    • Middlesex Township, Pennsylvania
    • Middlesex, Vermont, a town.
    • Middlesex County, Virginia
  • In Jamaica
    • Middlesex is one of the three sub-divisions of the island

Middlesex is also the title of a novel by Jeffrey Eugenides that won the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.


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Massachusetts Ag Facts: Middlesex County (390 words)
The average Middlesex County farm is 58 acres.
The average Middlesex County farmer is 55 years old and has operated his or her farm for 21 years.
Middlesex County ranks 17th among all counties in the United States for the value of direct sales of agricultural products to consumers at nearly $3 million or 15 percent of the state's total.
Middlesex County, Virginia (277 words)
Middlesex County is located at the eastern end of Virginia's Middle Peninsula.
The County is bounded by the Rappahannock River to the north, by the Chesapeake Bay to the east, by the Piankatank River and Dragon Run Swamp to the southwest, and by Essex County to the northwest.
The County's only town, Urbanna, was established in 1680 serving initially as a port for shipping agricultural products and later as the County's commercial and governmental center.
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