NW Greenwich Neighborhood Tour

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Greenwich Historical Society Tours Riversville to Round Hill: Evolution from Farmland to Country Clubs, Private Schools

A Historical Society bus tour of history-rich Northwestern Greenwich made several stops. One stop was at a house made of stones from China’s Yangtze River. Another stop was at the 33-acre Field-Griffen House, one of the oldest estates in Greenwich, where for several generations Quakers farmed. The sold-out tour stopped at the Round Hill Store, the oldest general store in America, and also stopped at the site at which the Ku Klux Klan burned a 20-foot high cross to retaliate the opening of an ecumenical church in 1924. Continue Reading →

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