The Village of Stillwater is arguably one of the most historic towns in the nation, given its vital location along routes of travel, trade, settlement and defense as the United States was born and grew. A whole lot of historic happenings took place here as both nation and village have grown and evolved from Colonial Days into today’s electronic age.
As with growth and change everywhere, too often we lose the links to the past, the connection to the people and events that have made us who and what we are. How many times have we seen the destruction and replacement of those sites and buildings that tie us to those who’ve gone before, losing that vital connection to our past?
Read the entire article in the Nov. 6 issue of the Express.