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Boston’s oldest neighborhood, the North End is the northernmost point of the Shawmut peninsula.
Historic Boston maps show a time when the city was nothing more than a spidery island with high tides sometimes cutting off modern downtown from the rest of the mainland at what was know as Boston Neck, roughly located in the South End at the intersection of Washington and E. Berkeley Street. Prior to english settlement, high tides would rise and threaten to cut off the North End, then the smallest of the three Boston hills from the rest of the oak covered hills and surrounding salt marsh.
The original North End encompassed the area between present day Salem, Commercial, and North streets. The North End we recognize today extends well beyond the original boundaries. Sandwiched between Boston Harbor and the Rose Kennedy Greenway, the North End now stretches up from Christopher Columbus Park to the TD Garden.