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The Town of Berlin lies in a low range of hills between the Nashua and the Assabet River Valleys. Incorporated in 1812, the town is a residential and agricultural community, growing mixed hay grains and raising cattle. For a period after the Civil War, Berlin was home to a large shoe factory, and shoe manufacturing and lumbering provided non-agrarian jobs. The town soon moved into specialty market gardening, sending 41,000 bunches of asparagus to market in 1885, growing hops and raising chickens. By 1940, 83,600 dozen eggs were produced annually by the poultry farmers of Berlin. Berlin continues to be a small, stable town, with a handsome Victorian town hall, the walls of which incorporate the pictures of Berlin residents who went to fight in the Civil War. One of the local attractions at the turn of the century, "Balance Rock", remains untouched by change. (Seal supplied by community. Narrative based on information provided by the Massachusetts Historical Commission)
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