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Medford

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Referred to in its beginning as a "peculiar town," Medford was originally a town but a plantation owned by Governor Matthew Craddock. Known as Meadford at the time of its settlement in 1630, the area was a flourishing village located along the Mystic River that boasted numerous farms, fisheries, and shipbuilding. A small town for the first two centuries after it was settled, Medford was conveniently located only a few miles from Boston. Its prime location soon attracted thousands of residents, and by the turn of the ...

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Medford
1999, Arcadia Publishing Library Editions

ISBN-13: 9781531622893

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Medford
1999, Arcadia Publishing (SC), Charleston, SC

ISBN-13: 9780738538549

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