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is tract was known as the Smith Estate, upon which there had previously been conducted a girls' boarding school, with dormitories at the Mansion House, on Canal street, and Mystic Hall for recitations.
The churches then at Medford were the Unitarian, Universalist and Mystic, at present locations; Episcopal, near present site of the Armory; First Trinitarian, in the building where is now Page & Curtin's hardware business; Baptist, in the building since used as a livery stable, next to the Salem street cemetery; and the Methodist, at the corner of Salem and Oakland streets—at distances inconvenient for regular attendance of the children and the aged of families where no horses were kept.
The Teele and Huffmaster farms, extending side by side north from High street, were being opened up for new residents.
Mr. Samuel Teele lived in the house still standing between Brooks street and Hammond place; Mr. John H. Norton, whose wife was Martha Huffmaster, occupied the Huffmaster homeste