Who is a famous person from Massachusetts?

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  • 1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    John Adams 2nd U.S. president, Braintree

    John Quincy Adams 6th U.S. president, Braintree

    Samuel Adams patriot, Boston

    Jack Albertson actor, Malden

    Horatio Alger author, Revere

    Susan B. Anthony woman suffragist, Adams

    F. Lee Bailey defense attorney, Waltham

    Clara Barton American Red Cross founder, Oxford

    Leonard Bernstein conductor, Lawrence

    Forrest M. Bird inventor, Stoughton

    Harold Stephen Black inventor, Leominster

    Rachel Fuller Brown inventor, Springfield

    William Cullen Bryant poet, editor, Cummington

    Luther Burbank horticulturalist, Lancaster

    George Bush 41st U.S. president, Milton

    John Chapman / Johnny Appleseed nurseryman, Leominster

    William D. Coolidge inventor, Hudson

    John Singleton Copley painter, Boston

    E. E. Cummings poet, Cambridge

    Bette Davis actress, Lowell

    Cecil B. DeMille film director, Ashfield

    Emily Dickinson poet, Amherst

    Ralph Waldo Emerson philosopher, poet, Boston

    Brian Evans singer, Haverhill

    Ann Smith Franklin printer, almanac publisher, Boston

    Benjamin Franklin statesman, scientist, Boston

    Buckminster Fuller architect, educator, Milton

    Robert Hutchings Goddard rocketry, Worcester

    John Hancock statesman, Braintree

    Nathaniel Hawthorne author, Salem

    Oliver Wendell Holmes poet, Cambridge

    Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. jurist, Boston

    Winslow Homer painter, Boston

    Elias Howe inventor, Spencer

    Helen Hunt Jackson writer, Amherst

    John F. Kennedy U.S. president, Brookline

    Amy Lowell poet, Brookline

    Percival Lowell astronomer, Boston

    James Russell Lowell poet, Cambridge

    Robert Lowell poet, Boston

    Horace Mann educator, Franklin

    Cotton Mather clergyman, Boston

    Sharon Christa McAuliffe teacher, astronaut, Framingham

    Samuel F. B. Morse painter, inventor, Charlestown

    Leonard Nemoy actor, Boston

    Albert Pike pioneer teacher, lawyer, Boston

    Edgar Allan Poe writer, Boston

    Ella Raines actress, Snoquaimie

    Paul Revere silversmith, Revolutionary War figure, Boston

    Robert H. Rines inventor, Boston

    Dr. Seuss Theodore Geisel author, illustrator, Springfield

    Lucy Stone woman suffragist, West Brookfield

    Louis Henry Sullivan architect, Boston

    Henry David Thoreau author, Concord

    Max Tishler inventor, Boston

    James McNeill Whistler painter, Lowell

    Eli Whitney inventor, Westborough

    John Greenleaf Whittier poet, Haverhill

    Eli Whitney inventor, Westboro

    Jo Dee Messina country singer, Holliston

  • 1 decade ago

    Paul Revere.

    Small Bio:

    Paul was born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1735. He was well known as a silver smith. Paul died in 1818. He warned Samuel Adams and John Hancock that the British were coming. Paul got married two times. With each wife he had eight children. Now you know why Paul is famous!

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    The Kennedy's JFK RFK

    John Kerry

    Micheal Dukaksis

    Joe McIntyre

    New Kids on the Block

    Mitt Romney

    Matt Damon

    The band Boston

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  • 1 decade ago

    Among others, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Casey Affleck, and Senator Ted Kennedy

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  • 1 decade ago

    Ben Afflec, Matt Damon, Mark Walburg

  • 1 decade ago

    Jay Leno

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    1 decade ago

    John FItzgerald Kennedy

    ...and his brothers, Bobby and Ted.

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