The Watertown Arsenal was the site of a major superfund clean-up in the 1990s, and has now become a center for shopping, dining and the arts, with the opening of several restaurants and a new theatre. The median age was 37 years. Watertown is a city in the State of New York and the county seat of Jefferson County. Henry, Genealogies of Watertown, Massachusetts, Boston: Higginson Book Company undated modern reprint of 1860 edition. Dissented in the case and defended during the president's impeachment trial.
In , many of its citizens were engaged with the in another tax protest, this time against the which resulted in the famous rebellion. Faculty member at several universities, business executive, writer and teacher on international conflict management and post-conflict peace-building. Shorten your to-do list with our on-site pet spa, concierge services and fitness center, complete with yoga and group fitness studios. We hope you find the information presented here useful. The population was 31,915 in the 2010 census.
Watertown is a major center of the in the United States, with the third-largest Armenian community in the United States, estimated as numbering 7,000 to over 8,000 as of 2007. The strike and its causes were controversial enough that they resulted in Congressional hearings in 1911; Congress passed a law in 1915 banning the method in government owned arsenals. For its first quarter century Watertown ranked next to in population and area. Thrice portions have been added to Cambridge, and it has contributed territory to form the new towns of 1712 , 1738 , 1754 and 1859. Parking is available for visitors. The annual fish migration, as both and swim upstream from their adult home in the sea to spawn in the fresh water where they were hatched, still occurs every spring. National Register of Historic Places.
Most of them pass through or terminate in or. The Public Works Department is involved in activities relating to planning, designing, operating, maintaining, and managing public ways and infrastructure, the maintenance of park lands, open space, public grounds and buildings, town cemeteries, water distribution systems, sewer and drain collection systems, and the collection and disposal of solid waste and recycling. Enjoy the fresh air in our outdoor courtyard or explore the beautiful Charles River Bike Path. In the city, the population was spread out with 14. Watertown Mews brings the best of Boston and Cambridge together in a pet-friendly, resort-inspired setting. John's and First Nations of , was signed in this house.
Committees met in the nearby. But who was the real Jacqueline Lee Bouvier Kennedy Onassis? Geographically, Watertown is located in the central part of Jefferson County. As of the 2010 census, it had a population of 27,023, an increase of 1. Thereafter many of these citizen soldiers were part of the first battle line formed at the. The former branch of the ran to Watertown until 1969. Two tribes of , the Pequossette and the Nonantum, had settlements on the banks of the river later called the Charles. The site includes the , a regional that opened in 2005.
She captured the hearts of world leaders, fashion icons and people all over the planet, who knew her as Jackie Kennedy, Jacqueline Onassis, or simply Jackie O. There were 15,008 housing units at an average density of 3,651. One source gives his arrival date in Watertown as 1630, others as 1635 or 1636. Enjoy the fresh air in our outdoor courtyard or explore the beautiful Charles River Bike Path. The , founded in 1829, has been located in Watertown since 1912. Then later April 1775 , some 134 Watertown responded to the to rout the British redcoats from their march to Concord. In Watertown Square, the nexus of the town, the town's border extends south of the Charles to encompass the neighborhood surrounding Casey Playground.
For more information or questions contact them at 617 923-8610. To the east lies the , the border to which is almost entirely the well-known , most of which is actually in Watertown though commonly believed to be in Cambridge. It also features the George Washington Tower. Call 617 972-6420 for the 24-hour citizen concern hotline for all of your non-emergency questions or concerns. Department of the Interior, Census Office.
As early as the close of the , Watertown was the chief and market in and was known for its fertile gardens and fine estates. Local Newspapers , Monthly Publications There is one monthly publication, the Watertown Shopper, which is mailed to every home in town. Citizens are reminded to phone 911 in the case of an immediate emergency requiring the response of a police, fire, or ambulance. Army post Fort Drum is near the city. Named after the many falls located on the Black River, the city developed early in the 19th century as a manufacturing center.
Arsenal Street features two shopping malls across the street from one another, with the Watertown Mall on one side and on the other. But the Bozzuto SmartRent program can make things a little easier. The Watertown Community Access Center located at the Watertown High School, 50 Columbia Street provides cable television service and local programming. Watertown ranks only behind the California cities of and. The city is home to the , the , and the historic , which produced military armaments from 1816 through. Watertown, first known to settlers as Saltonstall Plantation, was one of the earliest of the settlements. From years of generating industrial wealth, in the early 20th century the city was said to have more millionaires per capita than any other city in the nation.
Watertown was one of the first settlements organized by English Puritans in 1630. To the north, it is bordered by the town of , along Belmont Street; to the south, it is bordered by and —the border being largely formed by the. Decennial Census As of the of 2000, there were 32,986 people, 14,629 households, and 7,329 families residing in the city. For every 100 females, there were 86. Department of the Interior, Census Office.