Towns – Somerville

Somerville, MA 02143, 02144, 02145

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Located close to both Boston and Charlestown, Somerville, Massachusetts has been a thriving industrial community since before the Second World War. During World War II, Somerville’s population reached its peak. At around 105,800 Somerville was said to be even more densely populated than Calcutta. Thriving on agriculture and dairying products as well as pottery, bricks, and slate, Somerville continued to grow and grow.

Sommerville is located in the Mystic Valley with easy public transportation to Boston, Somerville was and still is, an important industrial town.

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Settled: 1630
Incorporated: 1832
County: Middlesex

Somerville MA Population:
2008: 75,622
2000: 77,478
1990: 76,210

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