Guilford, Madison and Clinton, CT Topo Map

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Guilford, named for lovely Guilford in Surrey, England, has a green surrounded by carefully preserved buildings dating from the early eighteenth to the late nineteenth centuries. In 1639, Reverend Henry Whitfield, vicar of Ockley Parish, Saint Margaret’s Church, in Surrey, led twenty-five young families from their homes in one of the most beautiful regions of England and settled them here. He built his home of stone in late medieval English style. The oldest stone house in New England, it has been restored and is open today as the Henry Whitfield State Museum. In addition to other historic homes in town you should hike through the varied terrain at Guilford Westwoods. In Madison the 1785 Allis-Bushnell House, headquarters of the Madison Historical Society, has handsome corner fireplaces and cupboards filled with china and glassware. Finally, this itinerary visits Clinton, a popular place in mid-August during the Bluefish Festival. Clinton was the home of the first rector of Yale University, Abraham Pierson, who held classes in his home.
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