Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Middle Archaic, Late Woodland and Early--Middle Woodland dating back to 6999 BC.
Several famous people are associated with these Worcester County historic places including Moses Taft, Jonathan Baldwin, Aldrich Bowker and Rufus Porter.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Worcester County places including Holmes Hutchinson, Edward N. Phelps, Edwin T. Chaping, Frank Irving Cooper, Emerson Greenleaf, John Fremont Mirick, John C. Hoadley, James E. Fuller, Sanderson, Tilson, et al. and Pardon Howland. Prominent architectural styles found in Worcester Country are Federal, Greek Revival and Late Victorian.