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Roger Griswold: A Governor Not Afraid To Challenge Authority

Roger Griswold was a lawyer, judge, and politician who spent…

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Eight Mile River

Continuity and Change along the Eightmile River

July 9, 2019 • Environment, Lyme, Salem

The history of the Eightmile River, nearly one-third of which…

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Artist Louis Paul Dessar Dies – Today in History: February 14

On February 14, 1952, American artist Louis Paul Dessar died…

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Congressional pugilists

Roger Griswold Starts a Brawl in Congress – Today in History: February 15

On February 15, 1798, Roger Griswold, a US House Representative…

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Artist Louis Paul Dessar Dies – Today in History: February 14

On February 14, 1952, American artist Louis Paul Dessar died…

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Thomas Nason, The Leaning Silo

Thomas W. Nason, the Poet Engraver of New England

December 11, 2015 • Arts, Lyme

A Lyme-based artist best known for the wood engravings he created to accompany poems by Robert Frost, Nason blended classic and modern styles to capture a vanishing rural landscape.

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Over Time: Lyme’s Historical Population

July 9, 2014 • Hide Featured Image, Lyme

Census data, from colonial times on up to the present, is a key resource for those who study the ways in which communities change with the passage of time.

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The General Superintendent, Z. R. Brockway, interviewing new arrivals

Zebulon Brockway: A Controversial Figure in Prison Reform

January 2, 2014 • Crime and Punishment, Lyme, Work

Zebulon Brockway was one of the more successful and controversial…

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