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The Town of Tyngsborough is a small residential community located in the northwest section of Middlesex County. Composed of 17.86 square miles of land and surface water, bordering the towns of Dunstable, Groton, Westford, Chelmsford, Dracut, the City of Lowell, as well as the State of New Hampshire, and divided by the Merrimack River, Tyngsborough is dotted with numerous streams, lakes and great ponds. Long recognized as the 'gateway' to the White Mountains and located only thirty minutes from Boston along the Route 3 corridor, Tyngsborough enjoys a strategic position in the Merrimack Valley. During the past three years Tyngsborough has experienced a tremendous burst in residential construction but has retained the charm of a small rural community. Tyngsborough, was founded in 1675 by Colonel Jonathan Tyng, and the Tyng Mansion House, was one of the oldest homes north of Boston. During the founding period, settlers of Tyngsborough fought a series of small, but often bloody skirmishes with local indian tribes, several colonial era homes in town still have emergency passage ways used during attacks. On February 23, 1809, Tyngsborough was incorporated as a town, breaking from Chemsford, Dunstable, and the parishes in Billerica. As the town grew, Tyngsborough became known for its ferries, quarries, and box companies. Until the late 1960's, Tyngsborough was a vacation community with a large seasonal population. Today, Tyngsborough is a growing community of over 10,000 residents. A new Junior Senior High School, a new Police Station, and a progressive capital plan epitomize the community's desire to have the services of a larger community and all the charm of a small New England town.
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