Two Diaries, 150 years apart... Vermont Journal, July 5, 1873 July was all about haying. Ebenezer's son, Charles, had nine lots filled with hay to mow, rake, load into [...]
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Two Diaries, 150 years apart... This month's post only features 1873. It was a busy time on Ebenezer's farm. They got the wheat field planted which involved plowing, [...]
Norwich Historical Society has collaborated with cartoonist, Emily Zea, to publish a series of illustrated histories about Norwich. These histories feature Norwich’s early years, stories of our rivers and [...]
In February, Ebenezer was not as careful at tracking the temperature. The big events included going to court to a hearing about the insufficient roads (today's Main Street area [...]
Presented by Alan Berolzheimer and Sarah Rooker, Norwich Historical Society This illustrated talk walks you through how to trace the history of your property from the present back to [...]
All about Norwich: Your burning questions, answered Presented by Lucinda Walker, Norwich Public Library and Sarah Rooker, Norwich Historical Society What have you always wondered about Norwich? Lucinda Walker and [...]
Finding Ebenezer By Sarah Rooker with Doug Hardy Doug Hardy has been helping us to figure out exactly where Ebenezer lived and farmed. We began by looking [...]
Behind the Scenes at the Norwich Inn Presented with Joe Lavin, owner of the Norwich Inn, and Dave Burtonbush, Innkeeper Did you know there has been a tavern or inn [...]