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Agawam, Massachusetts (U.S.)

Hampden County

Last modified: 2011-07-09 by rick wyatt
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[Flag of Agawam, Massachusetts] image by Blas Delgado Ortiz

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Agawam is in Hampden County, southwestern Massachusetts. The flag is orange over brown, with a narrow white band between these fields, containing the word AGAWAM. In the canton is the illustration from the town seal - a rural scene of a farmer plowing behind horses, trees and hills in the background.

From the town website:

Location: Southwestern Massachusetts, bordered by Suffield, Connecticut, on the south; Southwick and Westfield on the west; and West Springfield on the north. The Connecticut River separates Agawam from Springfield on the northeast and from Longmeadow on the east. Agawam is 94 miles southwest of Boston; 21 miles north of Hartford, Connecticut; and 131 miles from New York City.

Population: 27,323
Dov Gutterman, 19 November 2002