Summary

An earthquake occurred on the morning of January 7, 1925. It was felt in eastern Massachusetts, and adjacent parts of Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Maine. Distance from Harvard seismograph forty-five kilometers. Epicentral area thought to be near Cape Ann. Not felt at sea. Closely related to an earthquake area in northeast Massachusetts. Radius of periphery of disturbed area from epicentral area,—maximum seventy-five miles, minimum fifty miles. Maximum intensity barely V, Rossi-Forel Scale.

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