Historical Happenings

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Putnam Cottage Candlelight Open House
243 East Putnam Avenue
Sunday - December 2 - 4 pm to 7 pm

The DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) opens Mead's Tavern for tours of the historic house,which is decorated for the Christmas holidays as it would have been by the Colonists in 1734!  Docents will take visitors on a tour of the house.

A donation is suggested.

 

Using Military Records for Genealogical Research
Cos Cob Library
Saturday - December 8th - 10:30 am to 12 Noon

Genealogist Anthony Lauriano explains how to use military records to find information about your ancestors.

Free. Open to all beginning, intermediate and expert would-be genealogists.

 

Greenwich Landmark Series - Greenwich Historical Society
At the GHS website:  
www.hstg.org and the Greenwich Time
Ongoing through 2012

Real estate columnist Susan Nova is writing columns on historically significant homes plaqued by the Historical Society.

The plaquing program was started in 1987. Interesting facts about historic houses.

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