From its earliest human habitation 10,000 years ago, the land has drawn people to the Norwich area. Through the centuries, three rivers — the Yantic, Shetucket…
The American Revolution did not begin with a fight. The first “battles” involved the idea of revolution. Norwich, as one of the largest cities in the Colonies…
The Troubadour Trail was created to use thirteen of my original songs, to provide visitors – whether onsite, or virtually, with musical interpretations…
By the early 1800s the Millionaires’ Triangle—bordered by Broadway, Broad Street, and Washington Street—was on the way to becoming the city’s finest residential district.
The Norwich Historical Society would like to thank the following sponsors of the Walk Norwich project:
The State Historic Preservation Office of the Department of Economic and Community Development with funds from the Community Investment Act of the State of Connecticut
The Sachem Fund: A joint cultural entity of the City of Norwich and the Mohegan Tribe for the purpose of furthering the economic development of the City of Norwich and the cultural experience of residents and visitors.
Eastern Connecticut Association of Realtors
The R.S. Gernon Trust
Chelsea Groton Bank Foundation
The Elsie A. Brown Fund
Jewett City Savings Bank
People’s United Bank
United Community and Family Services