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Carver is a town in Massachusetts with a population of roughly 11,509. It is named after John Carver, who was the first governor of the Plymouth Colony. Many people are familiar with Carver due to its tourist attractions such as Edaville theme park and the King Richard’s Faire, a New England renaissance fair.
Carver separated from Plympton, Massachusetts in 1790, the main reason being many residents lived too far to attend church in Plympton. European settlers gave the names “Colchester” and “Lakenham” to what is now North Carver. Carver began cranberry farming as a new use for the town’s swamplands after the market for iron ore dwindled. Carver’s farmers raised a fifth of all cranberries grown in the United States. Further establishing the town, a railroad line connected Carver to New York and Boston. Source
- Town Center/Carver Center (South Meadows)
- Lakenham Historic District
- Cole Mill/North Carver
- Savery Historic District
- South Carver
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