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Streets, courts, Lanes, and places in the town of Somerville. Broadway leads from Charlestown to West Cambridge, through the northern part of Somerville. Elm, from Broadway to Milk. Medford, from East Cambridge to Medford. Adams, from Broadway to Medford. Central, from Broadway to Milk. Sycamore, from Broadway to Medford. Derby, from Broadway to Medford Turnpike. Walnut, from Broadway to Bow. Cross, from Broadway to Medford. Rush, from Broadway to Pearl. Glen, from Broadway to Flint. Franklin, from Broadway to Cambridge. Mount Vernon, from Broadway to Perkins. Mount Pleasant, from Broadway to Perkins. Pearl, from Cross. Medford Turnpike leads from Charlestown to Medford, through the eastern part of Somerville. Park, from Bond to Broadway. Bond, from Park to Derby. Heath, from Park to Derby. Perkins, from Franklin to Charlestown. Cambridge Street leads from Charlestown to Cambridge, through the southern part of Somervi
acant, unoccupied land that it would take ages to cover and improve it, but even now, with few exceptions, it has been well utilized, and there are few lonely places. West Somerville, now so populous and thriving, was a farming locality, with few houses and much land. From our second-story windows in those days I could see our own team as it turned the corner at Charlestown Neck, and as some of the family wended their way to church (Franklin-street) we could see them till they passed from Glen to Pearl street. The part of the city near the Fitchburg railroad crossing, called by the old settlers Brick Bottom, might well be called Shanty Town, from its miserable houses and its dirty surroundings, and it needed the excitement caused by a hot, unhealthy season to remedy the condition of things, and the stagnant pools and refuse heaps were filled up land removed by the town authorities. To-day, we old inhabitants, looking around with pride on our beautiful parks and well-kept road