Kate Mozier-Tichy, a recent master’s degree recipient in Information and Library Sciences at Southern CT State University, gives us a short overview of the French and Indian War (1755-64) with an emphasis on Connecticut and Fairfield County, in particular.
Ridgefield and Fairfield County’s Native Populations, Episode Five: The French and Indian War
This summer, Kevin Julier and Jason Zides joined the Ridgefield Historical Society Board, bringing technical expertise and passion to the talented, working group.
For the first time, the Ridgefield Historical Society participated in the Books on the Common Where’s Waldo program this July. It kept us on our toes and introduced us to lots of new friends.
Topics: The ‘New’ Ridgefield High School turns 50; Josie Hoyt’s Diaries offer offer insights into Ridgefield history in the late 1800s — births and deaths, the Blizzard of 1888, escapades at the Titicus School, a murder-suicide, and more.
On Thursday, July 28, the Ridgefield Historical Society team took to the streets to clean the Museum in the Streets historic plaques. And, unsurprisingly, a very good time was had by all.