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Greenwich Historical Society shines new attention on state’s slavery past

A ceremony was held at Greenwich’s Bush-Holley House on May 27 to commemorate the lives of enslaved persons who lived in Connecticut from the...

Greenwich Historical Society shines new attention on Connecticut’s slavery past

Approximately 5,100 enslaved persons lived in Connecticut prior to the American Revolution.

Greenwich Historical Society receives $389K

The grant is to assist with the completion of site improvements and walkways for its expanded campus at its Bush-Holley House site.

Greenwich Chamber’s centennial

The Greenwich Chamber of Commerce held a ceremonial presentation to mark the official end of the chamber’s centennial year. 

Exhibit pays tribute to Greenwich’s pioneering Jewish business community

“An American Odyssey: The Jewish Experience in Greenwich,” a Greenwich Historical Society exhibit that opened Nov. 15, details a little-known chapter in the town's business and social development.

Bush-Holley House campus is aiming for $18.5M fundraising effort

Greenwich site to receive new galleries and upgraded access.