May 3, 1909—This town had been in a trance for about 235 years before it woke up to the fact that it was of age and had a right to its independence. That was in 1871 and the following year the inhabitants of that portion of South Dedham known as Norwood were given permission by the legislature to set up housekeeping for themselves as the town of Norwood.
EX-COUNCILOR CUSHING DEAD Taken Ill Last Month in New Orleans. Notable Success Achieved in Publishing Business. Designer of New Type Faces and Typography. NORWOOD, Nov 18 — Hon Josiah Stearns … Continue reading This Day In Norwood History-November 18, 1913-J. Stearns Cushing Dead
CAPTAIN CUSHING ENTERTAINS Gives Suburban Newspaper Men and Friends Pleasant Time at Norwood 14 Sep 1909, Tue The Boston Globe (Boston, Massachusetts) NORWOOD, Sept 14 Capt J. Stearns Cushing, candidate … Continue reading This Day in Norwood History- September 14