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East Bridgewater, MA

East Bridgewater started as an agricultural community. During the early 20th century, residential development along railroad lines stimulated industrial growth and the town became the site of shoe manufacturing and textile mills. Making up 17.51 square miles, East Bridgewater offers abundant recreational opportunities including: hiking, fishing, horseback riding, and boating.

Did you know?

The famous bank robber Jack Turner had a brother who owned a home in East Bridgewater during the mid-19th century. It is widely believed that Turner had left his fortune there before he was mistakenly shot by Union agents outside of Richmond, Virginia in 1864.