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Once a thriving mill town, Ipswich today is a culturally and economically diverse community of approximately 12,000 persons, many of whom are descendants of Greek, Polish, Irish and English factory workers. There are summer communities located on Great Neck, Little Neck and Argilla Road, mixed with year-round residences. The town has a rich and varied history and is distinguished by a large number of 17th and early 18th century homes. Ipswich's growth as a suburban town occurred during the 1950's and many residents commute to Boston by train and automobile. Among the town's attractions are Crane Beach, Castle Hill, extensive salt marshes, the Ipswich River, shellfishing and other waterfront activities. Two state forests and parks, three large tracts owned by religious orders and several large farms and estates in open space restrictive covenants provide a rural character to sections of the community. There are 12 churches representing a wide array of different faiths and numerous active social, civic and fraternal organizations.
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