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Boston's North End Neighborhood
A look at Boston's North End Neighborhood from 1630 through 1960.
# 125426 | 3,000 words | 67 sources | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Ethnic Studies (North American) , History (General)

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This paper describes Boston's North End during the years from 1630 to 1960, touching on ethnic groups, social classes, religion, business, World War I, the 1929 crash, the Depression, World War II, the effect of the media and how they contributed to a generic American culture in the North End.

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"Boston's North End has been a unique neighborhood from its earliest days due to its topographical situation. Surrounded on three sides by water, the North End was a narrow peninsula reaching out into the harbor that was known in Colonial days as the Island of North Boston. (Nichols) In its beginning, the North End was comprised only of a few grand estates, Christopher Stanley's pasture and Mylne field with a wooden windmill perched atop a hill above..."

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