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A stranger in an old town should look for those clues which explain what made it attractive to the original settlers. In the beginning, Boston was a green, protected peninsula on a rock bound coast; the Indians who called it Shawmut (a canoe landing) were drawn to it because of its bordering rivers up which each summer came a prodigious run of fish, including salmon.
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