The Denison Homestead

300 Years of Mystic, CT History

Newsletters, Press Articles, Blogs

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  • The Three Sisters: Corn – In 2016, Board Member Russ Burkett spearheaded the replanting of crops on ancestral Denison farmland. In this first treatise, he shares information about the first crop planted in nearly a century.
  • The Denison’s Go Marching On – Jennifer Emerson, Supervisor of Collections and Interpretation, shares the experience of walking with the Denison’s in Stonington’s Bicentenary Battle of Stonington Parade.
  • My Stonington Ancestors  Jean Evans, past President of the Denison Homestead has written a blog about her Stonington/Mystic ancestors. Most are Denison descendants. Jean lived in Grace Denison Wheeler’s 1735 Homestead and has much of her books and papers to share with all.
  • Discovering Daniel Denison – Ipswich, Massachusetts town historian Gordon Harris writes about America’s best-preserved Puritan Community.
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