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Letters

Tired of cold and snow? Read about two remarkable New England winters.

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Daniel Chadwick (1795–1855), Lyme’s most celebrated sea captain, was known as the “admiral of the fleet.” When he relinquished command…

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A letter from Woodrow Wilson to Robert Vonnoh reveals the Wilson family’s close ties to the Lyme Art Colony.

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In winters past when rivers froze and heavy snowfalls made roads impassable for carriages and wagons, sleighs provided transportation for…

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The War of 1812, whose 200th anniversary is being commemorated this year, brought the threat of attack to Lyme’s shores.…

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