2008 Reunion Notice

When & Where:

Thurs., July 31 - Sun., August 3, 2008, Mystic, CT

Partial Agenda:

Visits to:

  • Denison Homestead - George Denison, a young man from Massachusetts, was a soldier in Cromwell's army. He later settled on 200 acres in Mystic, CT. Today, the Denison Homestead is a museum. web site
  • Sawmill Park & Museum - The Town of Ledyard owns the 11-acre Sawmill Park, which includes a water-powered up-down sawmill, shingle mill, blacksmith shop with working blacksmith, a gristmill, ice harvesting equipment, and other mill artifacts of the Industrial Revolution. The functioning mill museum is located in a 1860 restored building. This is a National Historic Landmark.
  • Historic Submarine NAUTILUS and Submarine Museum - The museum documents the development of submarines, from David Bushnell's Turtle, constructed in 1776 to the Navy's modern submarines. It is the Navy's official submarine museum. Visitors can tour the NAUTILUS, the first nuclear-powered submarine. web site
  • Mystic Seaport - The Museum of America and the Sea — is the nation's leading maritime museum. Explore American maritime history firsthand as you climb aboard historic tall ships, stroll through a re-created 19th century coastal village or watch our working preservation shipyard in action. web site

Saturday Night: Banquet, short business meeting and entertainment at Mystic Hilton

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