On this episode of History is Here, Associate Curator Nick Foster takes you on a brief tour of one of the Society’s newest exhibitions, Wilton: Siwanog Tribe, English Parish, American Town.
The former President of the Society’s Board of Trustees, the late Walter Smith was an expert on all things antique tools.
It’s unfortunate movie theaters no longer play newsreels before films, but that’s not gonna stop Associate Curator Nick Foster from trying them back.
Schooling in Wilton hasn’t always been a model student.
The Old Leatherman was one of the most mysterious men to ever pass through Wilton.
There’s a lot of commonly held beliefs about the past, some of which are not true at all.
The Wilton Farmers were a baseball team that called Wilton home for 50 years.
One night in 1776, nearly two tons of gilded lead in the shape of a British king arrived in Wilton heading north, but some of it got left behind.