Beyond Walls will host a mural tour on August 22nd. Please come out and join us, and learn more about our artists and their work. The tour will depart from the White Rose Coffeehouse (56 Central Square, Lynn, MA 01901) at 6 p.m. Beyond Wall hará un recorrido por los murales el 22 de agosto. Estan coordialmante invitados a conocer mas de los artistas y del trabajo. La demostracion estara saliendo del cafe 'White Rose' localizado en 56 Central Square, Lynn MA 01901 a las 6 p.m. Beyond Walls vai hospedar uma turnê mural em 22 de agosto. Por favor, venha se juntar a nós e saiba mais sobre nossos artistas e seu trabalho. A turnê vai sair do White Rose Coffeehouse (56 Central Square, Lynn, MA 01901) às 6 p.m. leusa pi chonhcheang nung riebcham thveutossaankechch phtangkoumnour now thngaiti 22 kheseiha . saum chenh mk chaulruom cheamuoy yeung haey rien banthem ampi selbokr ning karngear robsa puokke. damnaer kamsaeant nih nung chenhpi hang kahve White Rose (akear 56 k nta l li n mea 01901) now velea maong 6 lngeach.
Lynn Massachusetts is now the largest city in Essex County and was first settled by colonists from the New England Company in Salem. Lynn's economy was first established in farming and shell fishing but by 1837 the city was a major shoe manufacturer.
The Civil War brought great prosperity to Lynn and with it further growth of more shoe factories. The fires of 1869 and 1889 that destroyed a lot of the central business district from Central Square to Broad Street did not stop the expansion. Burned out buildings were simply transformed into five and six story shoe factories.
Stately summer homes were built along its shore by the mid 19th century and established the city as a fashionable resort area. When Lynn Shore Drive was opened in 1910, it increased the development of high rises to take advantage of the shore view.
Lynn is now an urban manufacturing and commercial center that is densely populated and culturally diverse. Residents of Lynn are very proud of the city's long history which parallels the history of New England as a whole.