Stonington

We stopped at Stonington, remembering (correctly) that it is a pattern book New England town, reflecting the prosperity of this part of the Connecticut coast in the late eighteenth century, based on fishing, whaling and, most especially sealing, and full of affluent merchants’ and sea captains’ houses.   This is the town library:

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And these are details of the houses:

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