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by Paul H. Tedesco
2000, Arcadia Publishing
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By 1896, Dover had become a suburban community. From 1900 to 1914, wealthy Bostonians - many of them members of the Norfolk Hunt Club - built at least eighteen spacious country estates in Dover, far from the noise and hubbub of the city. Population grew slowly after World War I, but in 1945, the town increased in numbers, as veterans returned from World War II and others saw the convenience of commuting to work in Boston while living in a pastoral environment. Once the home of Sen. Leverett Saltonstall, Gov. Francis Sargent, and benefactress Amelia Peabody, Dover today is an elegant country town, a mixtures of estates, open fields, forests, and family neighborhoods.
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