TOWN HISTORY: Canton
is the home of American Freedom. In 1775 at the Doty Tavern, at the Foot
of the Great Blue Hill, the "Suffolk
Resolves" were drafted. The Resolves were finalized in Milton, Mass.
Paul Revere then transported the documents by horseback to the
"Continental Congress" in Philadelphia. The Suffolk Resolves were
America's Declaration of War against England. At this time Canton was
still a part of the Town of Stoughton. (Read
President of the United States: George W. Bush
Vice President of the
United States: Dick Cheney
Senators in the US
Senate: Edward M.
Representative in the US Congress: Open Seat: Primary,
September 11. General Election, October 16
Governor of the Commonwealth of
Secretary of State: William F. Galvin
General: Thomas F.
Treasurer / Receiver General: Shannon P.
State Senator: Brian A. Joyce - Precincts 1,2,
State Senator: Marian
Walsh - Precincts 4,5, & 6
State Representative: William C.
Town Clerk's Phone
Avril T. Elkort
George F. Jenkins, Jr.
Please click on the link above to see a complete
list of Canton's community organizations.
Town of Canton
General Recreation and
Summer Sports Information
Hansen School, 25 Percunit
JF Kennedy, 100 Dedham St., 781-821-5080
School, 45 Independence St., 781-821-5075
William H. Galvin Middle School, 55 Percunit St.,
School, 960 Washington St., 781-821-5060
Blue Hills Regional
Technical School, 800 Randolph St., 781-828-5800
Committee web site
Blue Hills Civic Association
Newsletter, PO Box, 192, 02021,
Canton Citizen, 40 Revere St., 02021,
23 Edward St., 02021, 781-296-0225
Neponset Valley Daily News,
2 Commercial St, Sharon, 02067, 781-329-5008
PO Box 9159, Qunicy, 02269, 617-786-7000