Danbury Played an Integral Role as a Supply Depot During the Fight for Independence
Here's exciting news from I95's Ethan, Lou, and Large Dave Morning Show. Mark your calendars for Tuesday morning, February 28th, when we welcome back Mike Allen for a special edition of "The Place You Live" at 8:20 am and 8:50 am.
One of my favorite episodes of "The Place You Live" was when Mike set his time machine to the year 1781 to tell us the story of how Southbury, Newtown, Danbury, and Ridgefield played an essential part during French General Rochambeau's march with his troops to clash with the British in Yorktown, Virginia, which turned out to be the last battle of the Revolutionary War just before the British surrendered.
If you can't get enough of Connecticut's fascinating history, check out Mike Allen's podcast titled, "Amazing Tales from Off and On Connecticut's Beaten Path."
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