Everett, Massachusetts

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Everett is a city in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States, near Boston. The population was 38,037 at the 2000 census.

Everett is the only city in the United States with a bicameral legislature[1], which is composed of a seven-member Board of Aldermen and an 18-member Common Council.

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History

Everett was originally part of Charlestown, and later Malden. It was named after Edward Everett, a politician and educator.[1]George Washington also visited the city on top of hospital hill and now is named George Washington hill.

Geography

It is located at 42°24′36″N 71°3′8″W / 42.41°N 71.05222°W / 42.41; -71.05222 (42.409916, -71.052206).[2] It is bordered by Malden on the north, Revere on the east, Chelsea on the southeast, Boston and the Mystic River on the south, and Somerville and Medford on the west. Everett is 4.1 miles north of Boston. Glendale Park is the city's largest park.

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