Photo and Commentary by Terry Ki. Karuoya
The history of Beverly's waterfront includes the construction of houses that could sustain every class. The houses led to the development of harbors where ships could sail and the development of businesses around the area. The houses also show how construction of houses has changed from the 1800’s to the 1900’s.
The houses were constructed in a way that a lot of residents could occupy in a small area. With the mode of construction the house could have different tenants of different social communities, which led to the interaction between the neighbors thus led to the intersection of people. Intersection was also led by the site of economic businesses which led to people buying from their shops thus how people interested with the rest of the people.
Immortalization or cause of the construction of such house was to move away from town areas to an area, which was not noisy, and a pleasant site for everyone to see. The buildings were also constructed to inhabit more people as they came from different states of the country.