south shore: Germantown - 01/28/07 02:16 AM
The Germantown section is a peninsular (one of three peninsulars in Quincy) and is bordered by the Adams Shore section.
Germantown got its name because of all the German settlers that moved into the area during the ship building boom.
Before the war, Sailing Ships were being built in Quincy, and the last known Clipper Ship was built in Germantown in the 1870's.
Today, Germantown is a community of primarily single family homes. Germantown is an affordable sea side community. There is bus service to and from Germantown, with access to the Quincy Center T Station where the Red Line provides access to Boston.
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south shore: South Quincy - 01/26/07 02:28 AM
The  South Quincy section borders Braintree. South Quincy has easy access to all major routes, as well as the Quincy Adams T Station with Red Line service to Boston.
South Quincy is home to the Crown Colony Office Park, which is the site of a former stone crusher. The new Marriott Hotel was added about 5 years ago. This office park is right off the expressway making for an easy commute. The park is tastefully designed with small ponds, etc.
The Marriott Hotel at Crown Colony Park in South Quincy
South Quincy's Centre Street used to be lined with Monument Companies. Years ago they … (0 comments)

south shore: Wollaston - 01/24/07 05:23 AM
Wollaston is between North Quincy and Merrymount and also borders Quincy Center. Wollaston contains the largest beach in the city, aptly named Wollaston Beach, which is actually partly in Wollaston and partly in North Quincy. Wollaston Beach is 2.5 miles in length. There are 2 yacht clubs along the beach making it a very scenic area in the warmer months with all the boats in the water. Wollaston Beach is also well known for it's clam shops. The Clam Box and Tony's Clam Shop have been there for many years and are very popular for their fresh fried clams and fish. There … (0 comments)

south shore: Quincy, MA - 01/08/07 10:06 AM
Welcome to Quincy, Massachusetts
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Quincy, Massachusetts is a city rich in history. It is home to two Presidents, John Adams, the second President of The United States, and his son John Quincy Adams who was the sixth President. This is why Quincy is referred to as the City of Presidents.
Statue of John Adams outside Quincy City Hall              
 
     
John Adams & John Quincy Adams Memorial at Black' Creek
 
Quincy was settled in 1625 and seperated from Braintree in 1792.  It was incorporated as a city in 1888 and was named after Colonel John Quincy.
It was also home to Actresses Ruth Gordon … (0 comments)

 
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