"We have made a noble lot of nice sugar" Maple sugaring on Brigham Hill, ca 1940 It's sugaring season. From the news reports, it sounds like this year [...]
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If you want the flip book at full-screen, click on the little arrows at the bottom right of the book. Thank you to the Norwich Women's Club [...]
To benefit the care, heating, and maintenance of the Historical Society's Lewis House and heating assistance in Norwich through the Citizens Assistance Fund. Keep Norwich Warm this Winter! [...]
by Lauren Pidgeon After the Armistice in November, Garey was convinced he would be home in a few weeks. As time went on, Garey's superiors made matters worse by telling [...]
By Lauren Pidgeon Between November 1918 to June 1919, Garey and the remaining US troops had a lot of free time. The army tried to keep them all occupied but [...]
by Lauren Pidgeon On November 11th, 1918, the Axis powers surrendered and the Armistice was signed. Some of the American troops went into Paris to celebrate. November 12th, 1918 Last [...]
by Kevin Hybels Today Huntley Meadow is a popular site for recreation in Norwich, but it has had very different uses at different points in history. Instead of being the recreational area [...]
by Kevin Hybels The Cossingham Trail goes through land that has been used agriculturally for many years. The Cossingham family once farmed on 600 acres in this area. Today, the Cossingham Farm is [...]
by Lauren Pigeon Thinking about a 4th of July hike? Try the Ballard Trail. Bill Ballard, conservationist, Dartmouth biology professor, leader of nature expeditions, and avid lover of life [...]