The Greenwich Historical Society had the privilege to be featured in the April 2022 WPKN podcast hosted by David Green of The Cultural Alliance Of Fairfield County. Listen to it right here.
Greenwich Sentinel: The extraordinary contributions of three generations of women in the Bush-Holley House
Read about the latest special guided tour of the Bush-Holley house via the Greenwich Sentinel.
News 12 visited the Greenwich Historical Society to Interview Dennis Culliton about the Witness Stones Project and our own Heather Lodge
Greenwich Time Reports: Greenwich’s ‘forgotten’ enslaved population: ‘Witness Stones’ project seeks to tell their stories
Few markers of slavery exist in southern Connecticut, reminders of a time when men and women were bought and sold like property or livestock.
Greenwich Time By Robert Marchant May 27, 2021 Updated: May 27, 2021 7:54 p.m. GREENWICH — Slave labor was employed for generations in Greenwich, but there