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4 edition of Historical landmarks in the town of Sherman, Connecticut found in the catalog.

Historical landmarks in the town of Sherman, Connecticut

by Ruth Rogers

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Published by Pub. by the Quaker Hill conference association in Quaker Hill, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sherman, Conn. -- History. [from old catalog]

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF104.S55 R7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination26 p.
    Number of Pages26
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14011999M
    LC Control Number08001146

    Not to be confused with another nearby Elijah Sherman House, the house at 50 Main Street South in Woodbury was erected by Deacon Elijah Sherman on land owned by Lee and Timothy Terrell. As related in the c. book Woodbury and the Colonial Homes. The Sherman place is now occupied by Chas. Roswell, and the stone door step still bears the date . Discover the best books presenting Connecticut facts and history, and stories of its communities and people. Shop Arcadia Publishing book offers for the best price!

    It's the kind of neighborhood that most urban American families used to live in -- the kind some people are trying to bring back. The acres of the Cheney Brothers National Historic Landmark. Books. History of Ancient Woodbury, Connecticut: from the First Indian Deed in to , Vol I (), by William Cothren. History of Ancient Woodbury, Connecticut: from the First Indian Deed in to , Vol II (), by William Cothren. History of Ancient Woodbury, Connecticut: from the First Indian Deed in to , Vol III (), by William Cothren.

    Sherman, Connecticut 13 contributions A visit to an old timey New England store/museum with modern merchandise When you travel through Sherman, CT, in the heart of the little town is a lovely year old mercantile exchange, (store.)4/5(1). The city of Hartford, located in Hartford County and a part of central Connecticut, is the state's capital and often goes by the nickname the Insurance Capital of the World. First settled in by Thomas Hooker, John Haynes, and a group of followers from the Massachusetts Bay Colony, it is one of the oldest towns in the state. Over time, Hartford grew to be one of the most .


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National Emergency Pages: Historical landmarks in the town of Sherman, Connecticut by Rogers, Ruth; Quaker Hill Conference Association (N.Y.). Aside from Revolutionary reminders, there are other quieter landmarks which stand for the beginnings of a New England town.

One of these is the old tavern at the center, now Mr. Henry Briggs's house, i6 which was both postoffice and hotel. Sherman, Conn; History.

from old catalog; Filed under: Sherman, Conn -- History. from old catalog. Historical landmarks in the town of Sherman, Connecticut, (Quaker Hill, N.Y., Pub.

by the Quaker Hill conference association, ), by Ruth Rogers (page images at HathiTrust) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms. Sources for Fairfield County CT Histories and Genealogies, History of Fairfield County, Connecticut,Vol.

1 Genealogy Gophers. Historical landmarks in the town of Sherman, Connecticut Family History Library Southport Histories and Genealogies. Connecticut Historical Collections: Containing a General Collection of Interesting Facts, Traditions, Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes, &c., Relating to the History and Antiquities of Every Town in Connecticut, with Geographical Descriptions.

10 Route 37 Center Sherman, Connecticut [email protected] This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Litchfield County, Connecticut. This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Litchfield County, Connecticut, United locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included.

The Connecticut State Capitol. This article describes National Historic Landmarks in the United States state of Connecticut. These include the most highly recognized historic sites in Connecticut that are officially designated and/or funded and operated by the U.S.

Federal Government. Sherman Historical Society, Sherman, CT. likes. The Sherman Historical Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the collection, preservation, interpretation and celebration of Sherman /5(4).

Mallory Town Hall 9 Rt 39 North P.O. Box 39 Sherman, Connecticut Fax: () Planning and Zoning Commission Ryan Peburn, Chairman Jeannene Burruano, Vice-Chairman Mary Lee, Secretary Neil Volkmar Paul Voorhees Jill Finch Richard Lenihan Roberta Linkletter, Alternate Jenna Mahoney, Alternate Jerrold Siegel, Alternate.

History. The land which is now called Sherman, Connecticut was formerly occupied primarily by native people of Algonquian lineage. Incolonial settlers from Fairfield, Connecticut received approval from the General Assembly of the Colony of Connecticut to establish a new township.

According to one account, Country: United States. Sherman Histories and Genealogies. Historical landmarks in the town of Sherman, Connecticut Family History Library Sherman Land Records. Land records, ; index, Family History Library Sherman Marriage Records.

Marriages: [] by Ephraim Hubbell, Justice of the Peace in the North Society of New Fairfield at the time of. The northernmost town in Fairfield County, Sherman shares its western border with New York State.

Incorporated inthe town took its name from founding father Roger Sherman. Early industry included farming and light milling, and in the s, Sherman was known as a producer of superior tobacco leaf.

In the early s developers built Candlewood Lake, a multi-town. Historical Landmarks In The Town Of Sherman, Connecticut, Like New Used, Free $ Free shipping. New Canaan Historical Society CT New Canaan Drug Store Vol 4 Num 4 Book.

$ + $ Shipping. “ VINTAGE HARDCOVER BOOK PUBLISHED BY THE NEW CANAAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. NO DUST JACKET(WAS SOLD WITHOUT) Seller Rating: % positive. The National Register of Historic Places is the official list of the Nation's historic places worthy of preservation.

Authorized by the National Historic Preservation Act ofthe National Park Service's National Register of Historic Places is part of a national program to coordinate and support public and private efforts to identify. Southport Town of Fairfield, Borough of Bethel, Fairfield Co. from the Town and city atlas of the State of Connecticut.

Camp à deux milles and là de Bolton Meeting House, le 4 Novembre, 14 milles d' East Hartford. Towns of Bolton and Andover. The Sherman Historic District encompasses the historic town center of Sherman, Connecticut. It covers an acre (34 ha) historic district area centered on the junction of Connecticut Routes 37 and consists mostly of residential structures, some of them dating to not long after the town's incorporation in Most of the village center was developed in the 19th on: Roughly, jct.

of Old Greenswood Rd. Roger Sherman () Founding Father Roger Sherman helped define the new nation in the last part of the 18th century. Born in Massachusetts, Sherman spent his adult life in Connecticut when, after his father’s death, his mother moved his family to New and his brother opened a store in town, and Sherman was the surveyor of New Haven County.Landmarks In Developmental Biology Historical Essays From Roux's Arch - $ Read More Historical Landmarks Of New Rochelle By William S.

Hadaway - $The Sherman Historic District encompasses the center of the Town of Sherman, a community in northern Fairfield County on Connecticut's western border.

Situated at the junction of State Routes 37 the Sherman Historic District includes the historic district established by state enabling legislation and contains 64 contributing and non.