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South of Boston is another Massachusetts treasure, a captivating historical destination that is sure to delight you, your friends and your family. That’s right, we are talking about the city named Quincy (pronounced kwin-zee). Quincy, MA has been nicknamed the City of Presidents and the Birthplace of the American Dream. No wonder it has remained a vibrant location and continues to draw people from all over to see this inspiring city.

The People and Places of Quincy

Quincy is a southern suburb of Boston and part of Norfolk County with a large population that has earned it the rank of the eighth-largest city in Massachusetts. As of the 2010 census, Quincy had a population of 92,271 people. One can expect that number to have risen slightly. There are an estimated 39,000 households and 43,000 families dwelling in Quincy. There is a large Asian population in Quincy, as well as a huge population of Irish immigrants. Most of the White population, about 33.5% is Irish, making it the most Irish city in the entire country. 

In 2010, only 77.1% of the population spoke English. Another 8% spoke Chinese, 2.6% spoke Cantonese, and other languages were present at a smaller percentage. 

 Quincy, like many Boston suburbs, has several neighborhoods: 

  • Adams Shore – originally a summer resort area but now a residential zone
  • Germantown – originally meant to encourage German immigration but is now largely residential
  • Houghs Neck
  • Marina Bay
  • Merrymount – site of Quincy’s first settlers
  • Montclair
  • North Quincy – substantial Asian population and businesses
  • Quincy Center – the commercial center of the city
  • Quincy Point
  • South Quincy
  • Squantum
  • West Quincy – present site of the Quincy Quarries Reservation and Granite Railway
  • Wollaston

Quincy also has numerous schools—eleven elementary, five middle, and two high schools. It is home to Eastern Nazarene College and Quincy College. To support the Asian community, there are also learning centers where residents can learn languages and other cultural practices. 

The History of Quincy

The area that becomes modern-day Quincy was discovered by settlers from the Plymouth Colony in 1621, led by their guide, Squanto. Four years after that first discovery, the colonists decided to build there, because most of the trees had already been cleared away by native inhabitants. The settlement’s first name was Mount Wollaston. Soon after, a man named Thomas Morton took command of the colony and earned himself a reputation for vile things, like drunkenness and public debauchery. 

Thankfully, Morton was arrested in 1627, and the city started to blossom. After the American Revolution in 1792, Quincy was named after Colonel John Quincy and incorporated. Then it gained city status in 1888. 

Before that, the Granite Railway had been created in 1826. The railway was designed to carry granite from the Quincy quarries towards the Neponset River into Milton, so the stone could be used to craft the Bunker Hill Monument. Later, the Old Colony Railroad was found in 1845. It was dubbed the beginning of suburbanization. 

Quincy Today

There is no doubt that Quincy is sure to be a memorable trip since there is a surplus of historical sites, stretches of gorgeous coastline, and wonderful events happening throughout the year. The recommended destinations include the Adams National Historic Park, which commemorates the distinguished people of the Adams family, who had spent their lives in service to the nation. The park is 13 acres and features things like the Adams Family Crypt and the United First Parish Church. 

Next, you will want to see the Hancock Cemetery; the Thomas Crane Public Library (known for its architecture); the Adams Academy Society; the USS Salem and U.S. Naval Shipbuilding Museum; the birthplace of John Hancock; the Granite Railway/Quarry exhibits; the homestead of Dorothy Quincy; and the site of Sons of Liberty meetings, the beautiful Josiah Quincy House. 

You can also visit the boardwalk along Marina Bay and see breathtaking views of the Boston city skyline. The sunsets are also worth waiting around for, especially if you can grab a spot in one of the many restaurants with indoor and outdoor seating. Some local favorites include The Clam Box and Tony’s Clam Shop. 

Along Hancock Street, you will find several dining options featuring all kinds of cuisine, from pho and bubble tea (boba) to Mexican to classic American. The Wheelhouse Diner is top-rated, but you also shouldn’t miss authentic Taiwanese or Vietnamese either. 

Quincy is a fun-filled and historical destination with something to do for everyone. Mere minutes from Boston, it is the perfect addition to your family vacation or even great for a day trip during the weekends. You never know what you’ll find, but every visit is bound to be great.

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Perhaps you’re a busy Quincy parent, trying to juggle the kids’ dance recitals and soccer practice on top of vacuuming and doing the dishes at home. Or maybe you’re a business professional or CEO who doesn’t have the time to deal with dust and dirt when you return home from a long day at work. Or possibly you may have a disabled relative or elderly parent who could use a helping hand around the house.

When you’re searching for a dependable home cleaner in Quincy, don’t look any further. You can rest easy by choosing Patriot Maids to refer the very best house cleaner for your family. All house cleaners are background checked, come with 2 to 3 years’ experience, and fully equipped to handle any cleaning task. You can arrive at home knowing that your house has been cleaned by a qualified team of professionals and will shine from top to bottom.

Patriot Maids is Quincy’s premier maid referral agency. Whether you’re looking for a weekly, bi-weekly, monthly or just a one-time deep clean, we make sure you’re able to have the same referred cleaner every single time. They’ll even remember your pets’ names!


Founded in 2018, Patriot Maids is a locally owned and operated cleaning referral agency in Quincy, Massachusetts that functions as a matchmaker between clients and house cleaning services. We offer customizable residential home cleaning service referrals in Boston and surrounding areas. Referral agencies reduce costs for customers while raising the income of workers by sending jobs to independent cleaners who register under contract.

The independent cleaning professionals work to their own schedule, utilize their own acquired knowledge to complete jobs, and provide their own transportation. Depending on the needs of the customer, supplies, and equipment are provided by either the customer or the worker. The workers offer professional cleaning services, as requested by the customer, at the lowest possible cost.


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