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About Dedham, MA
It was settled in 1635 by people from Roxbury and Watertown and incorporated in 1636 (making it quite old by American standards), and is the county seat of Norfolk County. Its motto (and at one time the name of the town) is "Contentment".
Dedham is home to the Fairbanks House, the oldest surviving timber frame house in the United States, scientifically dated to 1637. On January 2, 1643, by unanimous vote, Dedham authorized the first U.S. taxpayer-funded public school; "the seed of American education." Its first teacher, Rev. Ralph Wheelock, was paid 20 pounds annually to instruct the youth of the community. From these students, their descendants would become presidents of Dartmouth, Yale and Harvard Colleges.
Other Dedham firsts include the first man-made canal, the Mother Brook, which linked the Charles River to local mills. In 1818, though citizens were still at this time taxed for the support of ministers and other "public teachers of religion", Dedham set an important precedent towards the separation of church and state by selecting a different minister than that chosen by the church, a right of selection that was confirmed by the Supreme Judicial Court. The historic Sacco and Vanzetti trial in the 1920s was held in the Dedham Courthouse. Moving Companies Dedham, MA

 

 

 

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