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Beverly is located on the North Shore, the name given to communities north of Boston along Massachusetts Bay. Beverly’s 39,513 residents enjoy a resort industry as well as a manufacturing industry. It is known as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution because it was the site of the United States’ first cotton mill in the late 1780s. Beverly is also the site of the armed schooner Hannah, one of the first naval vessels in the United States, which sailed from Beverly Harbor in 1775. These days, it is home to major companies including Microsoft, Axcelis Technologies, Zipcar and the Parker Brothers game company.
Besides Massachusetts Bay to the south, Beverly is bordered by Manchester-by-the-Sea to the east, Wenham to the north, Danvers to the west and Salem to the south. Beverly and Salem are separated by the Danvers River and Beverly Harbor, with three bridges the Veterans Memorial Bridge (former location of the historic Essex Bridge), the MBTA railroad bridge, and the Kernwood Bridge) connecting the two cities. Beverly’s city center lies two miles north from Salem’s, and is 14 miles west-southwest of Gloucester and 17 miles northeast of Boston.
Route 128, the chief circumferential highway of the Boston area, crosses Beverly from east to west and connects the city to Interstate 95 and U.S. Route 1 in Danvers.
Residents of Beverly and many surrounding cities in Essex County use the Salem District Court at 56 Federal Street, Salem, MA 01970.