Ring’s End Landing, Darien,1900



Ring’s End, Connecticut, was a typical example of a New England trading town. Most of these communities were set up the same way: a pond, a dam for waterpower, the mill, a coal yard, three or four stores, each with a dock, and a cluster of houses for the local entrepreneurs. Originally a part of Stamford, Darien became Middlesex Parish in 1737 and was incorporated as Darien in 1820.

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Dimensions 17.5 × 30 in
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