Old Lyme Unveils New Plaques In Honor of Eight Enslaved

Lyme-Old Lyme High School students at the Witness Stones ceremony on Friday (CT Examiner)


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OLD LYME — A slave named Cornelia was bought in New London for 80 pounds; Hagar Jeffrey ran away at the age of 38; and Prince Griswold Crosley, a soldier and mariner who played the fiddle, served in ...

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Emilia Otte

Emilia Otte covers health and education for the Connecticut Examiner. In 2022 Otte was awarded "Rookie of the Year," by the New England Newspaper & Press Association.