Hanson Massachusetts

Hanson was first settled in 1632 as the western parish of Pembroke.
The town was officially incorporated in 1820, and was named for Maryland newspaper
publisher and U.S. Senator Alexander Contee Hanson.
The town’s early industry revolved around farming, as well
as bog iron and quarrying.
Mills also popped up along the rivers during the nineteenth century.
Today the town is mostly residential, with some farming and cranberry farming.
Here you will find links to Hanson Business and Personal information.