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Herman Melville wrote Moby Dick here. Great views, and great tours of his home by knowlegable docents.
The family home & garden of Herman Melville in Pittsfield. It's where he wrote Moby Dick while inspired by the view of imposing Mt. Greylock. A substantive stop for fans of history and literature.
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