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Quiz: How well do you know Newton’s villages?

1. Can you name all 13 Newton villages?

2. Which village hosted Town Hall from 1849 to 1932?

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3. Which village is nicknamed “the Lake”?

4. Which village was named for a hermit who lived in the nearby woods? (Hint: The village is still hard to find.)

5. Which village has a network of streets named after veterans?

6. Two of the villages were known for their mills. Can you name them and what their mills produced?

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