Padanaram Est 1652 

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    The salt industry began here early in the 1700s, with several early references in town records and deeds to the road “leading to Salthouse Point” marking Smiths Neck and Mishaum Point as saltworks sites. Today, the reference leads a visitor to Salter’s Point.


    Located in South Dartmouth was recently voted the Best Harbor in the U.S. in 2019

    Photo Taken in Historic Padanaram where Water and the bottom Hill Street Intersect . If you have ever gone for a walk or a drive to see the sunset here then you already know . 

    Padanaram voted Best Harbor in the Country 2019



    The name “Padanaram” came from a prominent early resident named Laban Thatcher, who identified with the Biblical figure Laban who resided in Paddan Aram in Mesopotamia. The village eventually adopted this new name, and dropped its earlier Wampanoag name, “Ponagansett.” Paddan Aram or Padan-aram was an early Aramean kingdom in Mesopotamia. Paddan Aram in Aramaic means the field of Aram. The name may correspond to the Hebrew “sedeh Aram,” or “field of Aram.”


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