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Connecticut Pirates & Privateers:Treasure and Treachery in the Constitution State
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The waters, inlets and islands of Connecticut once swarmed with fabled corsairs like Captain Kidd and Blackbeard who may have buried their booty in Constitution State soil. In colonial times and through the nineteenth century, over one hundred privateers used the…
Connecticut River Shipbuilding

Connecticut River Shipbuilding

by Wick Griswold

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|October 5, 2020

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Shipbuilding and shipping have always been key elements in the life of Essex. Since the seventeenth century, the men and women of the lower Connecticut River Valley sustained maritime traditions that spanned the globe in splendid wooden sailing vessels. Their…
Connecticut River Ferries

Connecticut River Ferries

by Wick Griswold

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|April 9, 2018

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America's oldest continuously operating ferry service began running between Rocky Hill and Glastonbury in 1655. More than one hundred have operated on the river since the seventeenth century. The stories of the captains, crews and passengers define the history…
Griswold Point:History from the Mouth of the Connecticut River
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At the mouth of the Connecticut River, Griswold Point boasts a rich history filled with remarkable individuals. In 1640, Colonel George Fenwick granted the land to Matthew Griswold I, who then turned a teeming wilderness into productive farming and fishing…
A History of the Connecticut River

A History of the Connecticut River

by Wick Griswold

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|April 12, 2012

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Paddle from Enfield Rapids to Long Island Sound and travel down one of America's most famous waterways, the Connecticut River. Its calm waters conceal an unruly past, where native tribes lost ground to Dutch and English colonists who vied for the river's…
Griswold Point: History from the Mouth of the Connecticut River
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At the mouth of the Connecticut River, Griswold Point boasts a rich history filled with remarkable individuals. In 1640, Colonel George Fenwick granted the land to Matthew Griswold I, who then turned a teeming wilderness into productive farming and fishing…