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The Newton History Museum is located at the Jackson Homestead, which was a stop on the Underground Railroad. The Newton History Museum is located at the Jackson Homestead, which was a stop on the Underground Railroad.
July 13, 2008

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THE GOODS: Newton is the complete package: great schools, restaurants, entertainment, shopping, rich housing stock, and a powerful sense of community in each of the city's 13 villages. Throw in public transit and easy highway access, with Boston just a few miles away, and it's easy to understand why homes here are usually in great demand. Youth sports are very ... (Full article: 295 words)

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