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The city is bordered by the villages of Hales Corners and Greendale, as well as the town of Greenfield. The unincorporated communities of Shorewood Hills, North Shorewood, and Whitefish Bay are also located in Greenfield. Greenfield was founded in 1845 by George Smith (1804–1876) who emigrated from England to New York City at age 15 with his family. In 1835 he moved to Milwaukee where he worked for a lumber company until 1840 when he purchased land on which present-day downtown Greenfield now stands; this area had been known previously as "Smith's Grove". He built a sawmill there along Indian Creek that became known locally as "Smith's Mill." After several years spent improving his property Smith sold it for $1 per acre ($2/ha) under an agreement that no saloons or liquor dealers would be allowed within .