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Rogers , Poole Silver, and others produced fine-quality silver goods in the city.
Since December , the city of Taunton has provided a large annual light display each December on Taunton Green , giving it the additional nickname of "Christmas City".
As the seat of Bristol County , Taunton is home to the county's few administrative offices and several of its courthouses, which includes one that is currently under construction, including the Bristol County Superior Courthouse. Although the city hasn't been as much of a hotbed of politics as it once was, it still continues to be a politically active region of Massachusetts. The TFD currently operates out of five fire stations, located throughout the city, and operates a fire apparatus fleet of six engines, three ladders, one rescue unit, two brush units, one dive rescue unit, two fireboats, and several other special, support, and reserve units. Below is a complete listing of all fire station locations and apparatus in the city of Taunton.
Taunton is a part of three separate state representative districts: On the national level, the town is part of Massachusetts Congressional District 4, which is represented by Joseph P. Taunton's economy has historically been based on silversmithing and shipbuilding.
The city of Taunton is very multi-cultural with peoples of different origins living within the city.
Most of Taunton's immigration occurred near the turn of the s when immigrants would work in the city's mills.
With the advent of the railroad, Taunton would also become an important transportation hub due to its central location.As of the census  of , there were 55, people, 22, households, and 14, families residing in the city.The population density was 1, There were 22, housing units at an average density of The racial makeup of the city is Hispanic or Latino of any race were 6.Taunton was founded by settlers from England and officially incorporated as a town on September 3, Most of the town's settlers were originally from Taunton in Somerset , England , which led early settlers to name the settlement after that town.At the time of Taunton's incorporation, they explained their choice of name as being, "in honour and love to our dear native country The English founders of Taunton purchased the land from the Nemasket Indians in as part of the Tetiquet Purchase  and the remaining native families were relocated to the praying town of Ponkapoag in current day Canton, MA.