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Dartmouth is a town in Bristol County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 26,882 at the 2010 census. Dartmouth is located on the southern shore of Buzzards Bay and abuts New Bedford and Fairhaven to its west across Canoe Meadow Brook (a tributary of the Mill River). It also shares a short border with Fall River on the south bank of Little Lake Noquochoke. The northern part of Dartmouth has been designated as "The Enterprise Zone" by Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick; businesses within this area are eligible for tax breaks during their first few years operating in this zone. Dartmouth was settled circa 1650–1653 when English colonists from Plymouth Colony purchased land from Chief Massasoit's son Wampanoag Sachem Mattatuckett along with his cousin Totoson; they named it Nokojiock or "New Village".