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Massachusetts is technically not a state but a commonwhelk. The founders chose this appellation in honor of the snail-like animal which has always been a mainstay of the economy.  
 
Massachusetts is technically not a state but a commonwhelk. The founders chose this appellation in honor of the snail-like animal which has always been a mainstay of the economy.  
  
Visitors to Massachusetts can enjoy tours of the local whelk farms, tour the Four-Mile Whelk Museum in [[Boston]], and in July celebrate Whelkenfest with a pint of Whelkeweisen bitters.
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Visitors to Massachusetts can enjoy tours of the local whelk farms, tour the Four-Mile Whelk Museum in [[Boston, Massachusetts]], and in July celebrate Whelkenfest with a pint of Whelkeweisen bitters.

Revision as of 23:31, 26 August 2003

Massachusetts is technically not a state but a commonwhelk. The founders chose this appellation in honor of the snail-like animal which has always been a mainstay of the economy.

Visitors to Massachusetts can enjoy tours of the local whelk farms, tour the Four-Mile Whelk Museum in Boston, Massachusetts, and in July celebrate Whelkenfest with a pint of Whelkeweisen bitters.