You Are Invited!
Saturday, July 14, 2018 @ 1:00 pm
a walk through time
The Historical Significance of the 1654 Stanton-Davis Farm where Native American, African American and European American History Merge
Retired Connecticut State Archaeologist, and Emeritus Professor of Anthropology, at UCONN, Nicholas F. Bellantoni, PhD, will be our guide.
We’ll be exploring a section of the Davis Farm that has seen very little change since the 1600’s. The event will start on Stonington Land Trust’s Osbrook Preserve, which abuts the Davis Farm. Here, we’ll view a significant Native American site, shared by both properties. After that, we’ll follow the trail, which will lead us onto the Davis Farm. Then, as we wind our way down to the Cove, on the Pawcatuck River, Nick will continue to teach us about the rich history of these treasured properties.
Our round-trip exploration will be on flat terrain and will take about 1 ¼ hours. There is no fee.
Sturdy Footgear Recommended • Steady Rain Cancels
ALL AGES WELCOME
We Look Forward to the Pleasure of Your Company!
Take Greenhaven Road to Osbrook Point Road. Travel approximately 1-mile to the Osbrook Preserve sign, on your left. Plenty of parking is available.