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Easton, Massachusetts Moving Companies
North American Van Lines: The Best of Easton Moving Companies
Moving companies in Easton may give you some options for your move, but none can match the convenience, value, and service of North American Van Lines. Our dedicated and efficient agents make the moving process a breeze by hiring the movers, using cutting-edge technology, adhering to high quality assurance standards and following strict safety regulations. We're the moving company with a difference. Call us today for a free quote!
What a Move to Easton Has to Offer
Easton is a town of roughly 23,000 residents in Bristol County, Massachusetts. The median household income is roughly $91,000. The town was settled in 1694 and incorporated in 1725; its name is a shortening of "East End," which referred to the east end of Norton, a neighboring community. During the Revolutionary War, George Washington stayed at what is now the second oldest building in the town, the Benjamin Williams Tavern on Bay Road, while on his way to secure cannonballs in nearby Taunton.
In 1803, a man named Oakes Ames established the Ames Shovel Company in the town, and he became enormously wealthy from the great demand for shovels and other tools in the California Gold Rush and, later, the Civil War. His company became the town's largest employer and built several notable historic buildings in the town designed by H.H. Richardson, one of America's all-time greatest architects, alongside Louis Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright (both of whom he influenced).
The H.H. Richardson-designed buildings in Easton include the Ames Free Library, Oakes Ames Memorial Hall, the Old Colony Railroad Station, the Ames Gate Lodge and the F.L. Ames Gardener's Cottage, all of which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A war memorial designed by Frederick Law Olmstead, the designer of New York's Central Park, called The Rockery, lies near these structures, and Olmstead also contributed the design of the grounds for the Free Library and the Memorial Hall.
The Ames family was also responsible for the town's Unity Church, designed in a Gothic Revival style by architect John Ames Mitchell. Inside, it features a sculpture of 22 angels playing music by noted sculptor Johannes Kirchmayer and two of the most famous stained glass windows, "Angel of Help" and "Figure of Wisdom," by artist John LaFarge. Easton is therefore a town rich in history and culture.
The North American Van Lines Difference
Of all the moving companies in Easton, only one can give you strict adherence to safety codes, cutting-edge technology and high quality assurance standards, backed by a national reputation for excellence: North American Van Lines. No other moving company comes close. Let us provide:
- Packing services
- Boxes and packing materials
- Transportation for cars and boats
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Your search for the right Easton movers ends here; our agents will find the ideal crew for you. Call today for a free quote!