Legendary Locals of Southbury

Legendary Locals of Southbury

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The town of Southbury was incorporated in 1787. It was a mere 50 years after the landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth Rock that the original 15 families were drawn to the promise of religious freedom in what was then known as Ancient Woodbury. Descendants of these families and subsequent individuals have called the town their home: community activists fighting the establishment of the German Bund; writers such as Gladys Tabor; celebrities such as Ed Sullivan and Victor Borge; artists, community leaders, educators, businesspeople, and ordinary folks. All have left indelible marks on the rich fabric of this beautiful New England community with the town seal qUnica Unaque, q translated as qThe One and Only.qThe American Legion members encourage high school students to participate in an annual essay contest on a subject related to ... The American Legion members meet at the VFW Post I607 building; they used to meet at Kelleya#39;s Oak Tree Inn. The American Legion was ... It is the nationa#39;s largest veteransa#39; service organization, and is committed to sponsoring youth programs, instilling patriotism and honor, anbsp;...

Title:Legendary Locals of Southbury
Author: Virginia Palmer-Skok
Publisher:Legendary Locals - 2013

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