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Land was set off for the towns of Sullivan and Roxbury, although Keene would annex 154 acres (0.62 km Timothy Dwight, the Yale president who chronicled his travels, called the town "..of the prettiest in New England." Situated on an ancient lake bed surrounded by hills, the valley with fertile meadows was excellent for farming.
Keene became a manufacturing center for wooden-ware, pails, chairs, sashes, shutters, doors, pottery, glass, soap, woolen textiles, shoes, saddles, mowing machines, carriages and sleighs. Keene was incorporated as a city in 1874, and by 1880 had a population of 6,784.
After the railroad arrived in 1848, numerous other industries were established.
Keene is today a center for insurance, education and tourism.
New England manufacturing declined in the 20th century, however, particularly during the Great Depression.
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