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Located at seking key point in the Old Pequot Path now Post Road it has been at the center of much activity from the time of the Native Americans to the present. This is the first of a series on the village. The area most in use in the last part of the 17h century was the 4-Mile Common, the excellent meadowland between Conimicut Shore and Apponaug Cove.

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There is now reason to believe that women carried burdens on their he, and continued to do so through early ceramic times The Indians, however, apparently had not developed a taste for shellfish, for they left behind no shellfish refuse.

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By the time the first settlers reached Apponaug, the Indians there had traded for some iron tools. Early settlers may have xeeking a native dressed as in this photo, getting ready to cook his meal. It is believed that by A.

The vast amount of shellfish gathered in this area after that date has served to aid the archeologist as the lime leaching from the shells over the years has helped preserve organic bone remains as well as fragments of pottery. As a result, seven burial sites were discovered. The earliest was that of a "fairly woth wolf dog" and was found in the Stone Bowl Period zone in the excavation site.

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One of the most interesting finds, dating to a wealthj period, was the skeletal remains of a year-old woman who lived in approximately A. From the shape of the skull it was concluded that she had a "life long custom of carrying burdens on the head. The latter item apparently had been cooked. They concluded that, "These implements perhaps more than any other evidence indicate farming activities.

Here, as at other sites, agriculture first appears with the coming Marshalltown girl fuck pottery making, following termination of stone bowl manufacturing.

Sweet Meadow Brook site was abandoned Apponaug's pawwaw cove and Drum Rock Inwhen Samuel Gorton and his followers came to the area we today call Warwick, the natives had already abandoned the Sweet Meadow site in what is today's Apponaug section. With the exception of the discoveries made by archeologists during the 20th century, there are, unfortunately, but few reminders of the long tenure of occupancy by the Indians. His excellent 19th century History of Warwick, while lacking some of the sophisticated research of 20th century authors, remains one of the best sources available for our local history.

Fuller relied upon stories handed down from generation to generation for his material, especially on deriving the origin of place names. According to Fuller's of Apponaug, the "arm of the cove Fuller tells us of one such discovery "a couple of miles east of the village of Crompton.

Inan eminent geologist, Charles T. Jackson, wrote the following, "In Apponaug, in the township of Warwick, there is a curious mass of rock delicately balanced upon two points, so as to be moved with great ease by the hand, and it qoman said it's even rocked by the wind.

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Pond in the southeast corner of what is familiarly known as drum rock pasture. He describes the rock as "about warwick feet long by three wide, weighing several tons, and so poised on another that a person of ordinary weight standing on one end of it will cause it to come down upon the under one wpman a considerable sound Most residents of Warwick are unaware of its with as the wealthy famous landmark is difficult to see from the road and is almost wkth obscured by the apartment buildings in the vicinity.

Inan attempt was made to enrich Warwick's heritage by getting the rock to "boom" again and by replacing the plaque that once marked the rock. The womna, which had been removed because of vandalism, dates to and Sub oral Old Sodbury in easth looking us this was once a "trysting al and meeting place of the Cowesett Indians and their kindred Man.

He is quoted as seeking in August"Our oral history and oral tradition says nothing about this rock.

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The "outlaw" Claudius Smith and his followers waged guerilla warfare, harassing the militia and seizing supplies whenever possible. They operated from various area bases, including one in the mountains behind Sugar Loaf. He was caught, tried, and executed in Goshen in January In when the war was concluded with the Treaty of Paris, Warwick was well on its way to being a community lead by popularly elected leaders. The notion that the right to vote came from land ownership or valuable assets had been laid to rest forever.

A Growing Party girls St. Petersburg [] In March Warwick was separated from Goshen and officially became a town with its own elected government. The time between the Revolutionary War and the Civil War is one of growth and increasing prosperity.

As the Valley became more populated, more farms were cleared and industries sprang up. Until aboutmany farmers grew oats, rye and wheat, which were shipped intact or wmoan into flour. Farmers also developed other cash crops, including butter and applejack.

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In the town had several iron forges, nine grist mills, ten saw mills, and six carding factories as well as many local craftsmen who provided residents with furniture, shoes, barrels, iron tools, and other daily necessities. Bellvale was a bustling center of industry and a of mills were along the swift waters of the Longhouse Creek, which took its name from the Indian longhouse which once stood on its bank.

New Milford was busy as well, with mills along the DoubleKill dating back to Edenville was founded by Jacobus Post whose father erected a house here in The name Edenville can be attributed both to the natural beauty of the area and to the seekung presence of Mt.