Where the Connecticut River empties into Long Island Sound, a community that eventually became known as Lyme was settled in 1639. The community ran up the eastern riverbank to what is now East Haddam, along the Sound to Niantic, and into parts of Salem. In time, Lyme was divided into small towns and villages: Old Lyme, Lyme, Hadlyme, Hamburg, Sterling City, South Lyme, and the coastal communities. Old Lyme, Lyme, and Hadlyme is a compelling tribute to an area that is extraordinary in many ways: for its people, many of whom were attorneys, judges, legislators, and governors; for its commerce, which brought ships from up and down the East Coast and as far away as the West Indies; and for its beautiful homes, some of which survive today thanks to a strong preservation ethic.
A local favorite, Bureau's Sugarhouse Maple Kettle Korn is made using the finest select Kentucky...
A local favorite, Bureau's Sugarhouse Maple Kettle Korn is made in Old Lyme, Connecticut by...
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