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More About Newton, Massachusetts
Newton shares many characteristics with Cambridge, MA. It was first settled in 1630 as part of New Towne and then fully incorporated as an individual town in 1681 on Dec 15. It was formally called Cambridge village before it was renamed Newtown in 1691 and finally modified to Newton in 1766.
The city of Newton became one of America’s earliest suburbs when the earliest rail lines extended to West Newton in 1834. They constructed streetcar lines, creating a favorable environment for transportation expansion and increasing the accessibility of the city. In the 19th century, milling industries started to produce paper, glue and automobiles became affordable for middle-class citizens. A popular village, Oak hill, was known for market gardening, and it was a constituent of Newton. Newton is said to be a patchwork of thirteen villages and has an interesting geographical location as it is surrounded by seven hills. It also shares a border with Waltham, Watertown, Brookline, West Roxbury, Needham, Weston, and Wellesley. It has good proximity to Boston, Cambridge, and this makes it a very desirable location.
What to see or do in Newton MA
In the city of Newton, there is a wide range of both historical and modern sights to check out. The Battle Dioramas at Newton showcase the intensity of battles scenes with detailed art. It displays weapons and military artifacts with dioramas that portray events from World war I, the civil war, the revolutionary work, and the War of 1912. Other significant events it portrays are George Washington reviewing his troops, American troops capturing a farmhouse in France.
It will interest you to know that these were crafted by a veteran soldier. The Jackson Homestead and Museum is a historic house that served as the regional center of an exploration of Underground Railroad before the Civil war. It was built in 1809. The museum exhibits memorable archives of the changing abolition movement and is one of the first sites recognized by the National Park Service’s underground network to freedom. Andover Newton Theological School was founded in 1807 by Calvinists (members of congregational churches), it was the first graduate school and seminary in Newton.
The crime index of Newton MA is 71, where 100 is rated the safest. Newton MA has a crime rate lower than about 56% of the communities in Massachusetts. The chance of becoming a victim of any type of crime in Newton is one in 127. It is ranked as one of the top 100 safest cities in America.
- Kathryn Elsbeth Erbe, she is a popular actress known for her role in Law and Order. She was born in Newton, MA, before she moved to New York for studies.
- Arthur Polonsky; he was an educator and a figurative painter. He was a resident of Newton MA until his demise in 2019.
- Virginia Lee Burton was an illustrator and author of children’s’ storybooks. She was born and brought up in Newton MA