ⓘ West Bridgewater, Massachusetts

                                     

ⓘ West Bridgewater, Massachusetts

West Bridgewater was first settled in 1651 as a part of Olde Bridgewater. The town separated from Bridgewater, Massachusetts and was officially incorporated in 1822, the second of the three communities to separate from Bridgewater over the span of three years. The town, like many in the area, had both agrarian and industrial roots, the Town River provided water power for milling and irrigation for farming. The town is home to the Keith House 1662, the oldest standing parsonage in the U.S. The town is also believed to be the site of the first industrial park in the U.S., now the site of the Town Park. The original Ames Shovel Works was located in the Town Park. Today, the town is mostly residential.

                                     
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