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It Truly Is A Small World!

by Donna DiBella Over the years, I have met so many interesting people through the Society and today would like to share a special…
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Field of Enlightenment

Here on this winding and hilly road lined with rugged stone walls sits a large white onion-like object ringed with lines of tattered colored…
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For the People

Many bad stories begin as author Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton began his 1830 novel, “it was a dark and stormy night; the rain fell in…
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Its Time Has Come Again

Since the earliest human beings emerged from the murky waters to begin their earthly existence, they dreamed of living in a warm cottage with…
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Myth and Memory

According to a long standing myth, one young boy who would later become president reportedly chopped down a cherry tree and his father questioned…
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Marsh Madness

You perhaps do not recall this but an eye-witness observer reported that he went with ten men and three dogs to burn weeds, leaves…
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The Past is Present

A selection of articles from around Old Saybrook on assorted topics of historical interest.  Originally published in Saybrook Neighbor. BIGGEST MAN IN TOWN Saybrook…
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