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LowellcityMiddlesex county, northeastern MassachusettsU. It lies at the junction of the Concord and Merrimack rivers, 25 miles 40 km northwest of Boston. The site was originally settled in as a farming community known as East Chelmsford.

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By the locality was crisscrossed by a canal system that served numerous cotton textile mills along the Merrimack River. The community was incorporated as a town in and was named for Francis Cabot Lowella pioneer textile industrialist who was influenced by the organizational reforms of Robert Owen. As such it aroused the interest of European writers such as Charles Dickens and Anthony Trollopewho recorded their impressions of it.

By mid-century the mill girls had begun to be replaced by successive immigrant groups.

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An influx of immigrants from Southeast Asiaprimarily refugees from Cambodiathat began in the late s contributed to making Lowell one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the United States by the end of the 20th century. Many of the former mills have been converted either to museums or to residential and artist space.

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There are two prominent institutions of higher education there: the University of Massachusetts Lowell ; formerly the University of Lowell, which emerged in from the amalgamation of Lowell State College and the Lowell Technological Institute, each of which had origins in the s and a campus of Middlesex Community College ; Lowell campus established Two festivals honouring Kerouac are held annually, one in March to commemorate his birthday and another in October. The Lowell Folk Festival, which began infeatures traditional music along with arts and crafts.

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When, in the s and s, Yankee young women formed embryonic unions and struck, they…. Francis Cabot Lowell had visited England and Scotland to study textile mills and related community problems before launching his own enterprises in Massachusetts.

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The history of Lowell, Massachusetts , is closely tied to its location along the Pawtucket Falls of the Merrimack River , from being an important fishing ground for the Pennacook tribe [1] to providing water power for the factories that formed the basis of the city's economy for a century.