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Sheffield Pharmaceuticals has operated out of the same location since its founding in the 1870s: Dr. Washington W. Sheffield’s house at 180 Broad Street. However, the successful company has significantly expanded over the years, adding a factory.


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Muddy Waters is one of the most popular coffee shops in New London due to its menu, location, and ambience. While enjoying a breakfast sandwich and hot coffee one can admire the variety of movie posters, unexpected collections of miniatures, and…


Chief Big Eagle writes Saygo about trade and also trade with Puerto Ricans. He also asks for an update about the Mohawk Nation and tells Saygo he goes to court to pass a state bill to take more land into trust. He mentions a person named Art Montore.

Letter to Saygo discussing the weather and the exchanging of belts and their making. Discussing how he has to go to Greenwich to talk and then talked to someone named Tez who was hosting talks. Also mentions Mag La Que's Pow Wow. Purchase of a puppy…

Letter is another correspondence about payments for belt making. Chief includes a detailed update on his recent trip to the hospital as well as an interaction with a man from Washington DC about Chiefs accomplishments and inquiries into tribe…

Letter to Saygo continiuing to talk about the state affair and the August Pow Wow in the Catskills. Chief Big Eagle shares he is trading his 8 acres in Brasher for 20 acres in Russel. Baby had an eye infection but her eyes are getting clearer.

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A distinguished architect, Robert Mills designed the Washington Monument on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., as well as Custom Houses for several port cities in New England, in addition to the New London Custom House.

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Captain Scott’s Lobster Dock was once the rundown lot seen in this photograph until it was turned into T.A. Scott Fisheries, a lobster holding facility, by commercial fishermen Tom and Scott Eshenfelder in 1994.


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