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Hull, MA

Incorporated in 1644, Hull is a long narrow peninsula that projects into Boston Harbor. Due to its unusual geography, the town of 28.21 square miles was originally used as a trading post. Later, the town’s beaches, access to Boston, and sea air brought hordes of visitors, and by 1840 steamers were making three trips a day between Boston and Hull. Hull is home to Paragon Carousel, Nantasket Beach and Fort Revere Park.

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Hull is home to the popular resort community of Nantasket Beach and has been the summer home to several luminaries throughout the years, including Calvin Coolidge and former Boston mayor John F. Fitzgerald (also known as “Honey Fitz”), the father of Rose Kennedy and father-in-law of Joseph Kennedy Sr.