Since Boston was one of our nation’s earliest population centers, it grew rapidly from its early American agricultural roots into a highly commercialized and bustling center. It was after World War II that the mass migration from the Boston into Middlesex and Norfolk counties. Professionals, retirees, and families began to look for residential havens in the many housing developments that sprung up outside the city limits. Services and amenities followed the suburban sprawl, eventually creating entire cities and towns with shopping areas, parks, recreational facilities, hospitals, and a close-knit community spirit.
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