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The history of Gardner is as fascinating as it is long. Founded shortly after the close of the American Revolution, it was named after one of its heroes, Colonel Thomas Gardner, who died from wounds suffered on Bunker Hill.
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The original petition for incorporation was signed by sixty-one people from parts of Westminster, Ashburnham, and Winchendon, who, suffering hardship in attending public worship at the various meeting houses, started anew in Gardner and began a traditon of purpose and pride that can still be seen in the city today. This tradition led to a thriving economy during the Industrial Revolution, with Gardner becoming known as “Chairtown” for one of its most successful industries.
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