Plymouth Center, while never a manufacturing center, retains most of it small town Colonial charm and many of the original homes of the town's industrial entrepreneurs.

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Whether it be tracing the Underground Railroad trails, visiting the Plymouth Historical Society Museum, stopping by the house where George Washington met with Rochambeau to discuss Revolutionary War plans, or taking a tour of the burial ground of Revolutionary War soldiers, Plymouth is a must-stop along the foothills of the scenic Litchfield County.

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Facts about Plymouth

Town/City established:

  • Incorporated in 1795

Named from:

  • Was originally known as Northbury and changed to Plymouth when the town was officially incorporated

County:

  • Litchfield

Notable citizens (past and present):

  • Eli Terry, a clockmaker
  • Seth Thomas, a clockmaker
  • Silas Hoadley, a clockmaker who learned from Eli Terry and owned his own clock factory in town

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  • Whether it be tracing the Underground Railroad trails, visiting the Plymouth Historical Society Museum, stopping by the house where George Washington met with Rochambeau to discuss Revolutionary War plans, or taking a tour of the burial ground of Revolutionary War soldiers, Plymouth is a must-stop along the foothills of the scenic Litchfield County.

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