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History of Plymouth, Connecticut, USA

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(Terryville) (Pequabuck)

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Plymouth is home to the Lock Museum of America, which contains an extensive lock collection including a 4,000-year-old Egyptian pin tumbler lock.

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  • 1795 - Incorporated in 1795, Plymouth, CT includes the villages of Terryville and Pequabuck.

    connecticuthistory.org/ towns-page/ plymouth/

  • 1819 - Plymouth
    Plymouth is a post town, situated in the southeast corner of the county, 24 miles from Hartford, and 30 from New-Haven; bounded on the north by Harwin...Read MORE...


  • 1854 - Plymouth
    Plymouth, a post-township of Litchfield county, Connecticut, intersected by the Shepang river and Naugatuck railroad, 29 miles N. by W. from New Haven...Read MORE...


  • News 1870 - A few mornings ago, a coal bin in Plymouth, Conn, was burned. On searching the ruins, the remains of two men were found. It is supposed the men had been drinking on Thanksgiving, and had entered the bin to sleep.

    St Joseph Herald
    Saint Joseph, Michigan
    December 3, 1870

  • 1895 - Plymouth
    Piymouth, or Plymouth Hill, a post-village in Plymouth township, Litchfield co., Conn., on the Naugatuck River and the Naugatuck Railroad, 2 miles W. ...Read MORE...


  • Plymouth, Connecticut, USA
    Main Street, Looking West, Terryville, Conn.
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  • 1906
    Plymouth, a post-village in Plymouth township (town), Litchfield co., Conn., on the Naugatuck River, 22 miles WSW. of Hartford. The town has various m...Read MORE...


  • Plymouth, Connecticut, USA
    The Terry Residence, North Street, Plymouth, Conn.

    "The Henry Terry house on the Plymouth Green... Situated on a knoll overlooking the Plymouth Green and opposite the First Congregational Church, the Terry House (c.1800) Enjoys a prominent place... Read MORE...

    Postcard
  • Plymouth, Connecticut, USA
    Cleaveland's Country Store

    "Clevelands’ Country Store is a family owned and operated business, located in a 221-year-old red barn that for half a century housed the historic Clevelands’ Country Store. Today Clevelands’ Country Store carries all... Read MORE...

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Plymouth, Connecticut, USA
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Main Street, Looking West, Terryville, Conn.
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Plymouth, Connecticut, USA
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The Terry Residence, North Street, Plymouth, Conn.

"The Henry Terry house on the Plymouth Green... Situated on a knoll overlooking the Plymouth Green and opposite the First Congregational Church, the Terry House (c.1800) Enjoys a prominent place... Read MORE...

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Cleaveland's Country Store

"Clevelands’ Country Store is a family owned and operated business, located in a 221-year-old red barn that for half a century housed the historic Clevelands’ Country Store. Today Clevelands’ Country Store carries all... Read MORE...

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  • 1795 - Incorporated in 1795, Plymouth, CT includes the villages of Terryville and Pequabuck.

    connecticuthistory.org/ towns-page/ plymouth/
  • 1819 - Plymouth
    Plymouth is a post town, situated in the southeast corner of the county, 24 miles from Hartford, and 30 from New-Haven; bounded on the north by... Read MORE...

  • 1854 - Plymouth
    Plymouth, a post-township of Litchfield county, Connecticut, intersected by the Shepang river and Naugatuck railroad, 29 miles N. by W. from New... Read MORE...

  • News  1870 - A few mornings ago, a coal bin in Plymouth, Conn, was burned. On searching the ruins, the remains of two men were found. It is supposed the men had been drinking on Thanksgiving, and had entered the bin to sleep.
    St Joseph Herald
    Saint Joseph, Michigan
    December 3, 1870
  • 1895 - Plymouth
    Piymouth, or Plymouth Hill, a post-village in Plymouth township, Litchfield co., Conn., on the Naugatuck River and the Naugatuck Railroad, 2 miles W. ... Read MORE...

  • 1906
    Plymouth, a post-village in Plymouth township (town), Litchfield co., Conn., on the Naugatuck River, 22 miles WSW. of Hartford. The town has various... Read MORE...

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