Norwalk

Images of the Past

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The Hour proudly presents a beautiful, hardcover, pictorial history book, "Norwalk: Images of the Past."

It was more than 300 years ago that Roger Ludlow made his appearance as Norwalk's first developer, who paid "eight fathom of wampum, six coates, tenn hatchets, tenn hoes, tenn knives, tenn scissors, tenn jewse-harps, tenn fathom tobackoe, three kettles of sixe hands about, tenn looking glasses" for the land between the Norwalk and Saugatuck Rivers and "a days walk in the country." Thus began the growth from a farming and seafaring village to the Norwalk of today.

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