Ever wonder how Easton got its name? Well, it certainly wasn’t chosen by the inhabitants who lived here in May of 1845 when the Connecticut
This month, Easton reaches a landmark anniversary as it turns 175 years old. As a parish that was once part of Weston, our town was settled
On November 17, 1886 local newspapers reported on a “wrangle” in Easton Connecticut between a boarding house owner and a lodger. A quarrel between two
Small towns usually have their share of interesting characters, and Easton is certainly no exception. Take the Tucker twins for example. Arthur Jelliff Tucker and
Sometimes my position as the Director of Research at the Historical Society of Easton has some odd perks that come with the tedious work
Join us for our opening reception, December 8th from 3 to 6:30pm, in the Conference Room of the Easton Public Library.