Bullough's Pond

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Bullough's Pond
Bullough's Pond, Newton MA.jpg
Bullough's Pond
Location Newton, Massachusetts
Coordinates 42°20′25.27″N 71°12′19.41″W / 42.3403528°N 71.2053917°W / 42.3403528; -71.2053917Coordinates: 42°20′25.27″N 71°12′19.41″W / 42.3403528°N 71.2053917°W / 42.3403528; -71.2053917
Type mill pond
Basin countries United States

Bullough's Pond, a former mill pond located in Newton, Massachusetts, is now a decorative pond in a suburban neighborhood, used for bird watching and winter ice skating. In the nineteenth century it was the site of a commercial ice business.[1]

Books[edit]

  • Once Around Bullough's Pond: A Native American Epic, Douglas Worth, 1987
  • Reflections in Bullough's Pond: Economy and Ecosystem in New England, Diana Muir, University Press of New England, 2000.[2] Winner of the Massachusetts Book Award, 2001[3]

Films[edit]

A scene from "The Women," starring Annette Bening and Meg Ryan, was filmed on the pond.[4]

Notable residents[edit]

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