Farming has Deep Roots in Cheshire

Here’s an interesting article with accompanying video about Cheshire’s agricultural roots:

“As with many New England towns, Slocum said, farmers settled the area which became known as Cheshire. It was a farmer, Thomas Brooks who gave the town its name, and another farmer and former First Selectman, Burnsy B. Norton, whose name lives on at Norton Elementary school.”

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