Carver separated from Plympton, Massachusetts, and was incorporated in 1790 because many residents lived too far away to attend church in Plympton. The town was named for John Carver, the first Governor of the Plymouth Colony. Initially agricultural, Carver was known for the iron ore from its swamp lands used to make cooking tools by the 1730s. The first iron works was “Pope’s Point Furnace”, built in 1732, which operated for a century by using the bogs and Sampson’s Pond. Over the next 150 years, sheep shearing and lumber mills were important in Carver.
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