Stoughton

town (township), Norfolk county, eastern Massachusetts, U.S., 17 miles (27 km) south of Boston. It was settled about 1713 as part of Dorchester and ...
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Stoughton

Stoughton is the name of some places: in the United States of America: In England: In Canada: Stoughton can also refer to the following individuals: ...
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Stoughton

Stoughton (stō'tun) , town (1990 pop. 26,777), Norfolk co., E Mass.; founded 1637, inc. 1726. A largely residential town, it was the site of shoe and textile industries in the 1800s. Today, manufacturing includes electrical and medical equipment, machinery, plastics, and sporting goods.
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Stoughton

[MBTA station] The station was originally built in 1888 for the Old Colony Railroad and has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since January 21, 1974. It contains parking lots and sheltered platforms on both sides of Wyman Street, one of which is attached to the station house itself. ...
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