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Posted 10/08/13

Take care of this house: The Stanton-Davis homestead, 1670

In 1670 Thomas Stanton, a native-born Englishman who learned the Algonquin language and became a celebrated translator, negotiator, and friend of both Native American tribes and colonists, built a handsome wood-shingled house near Stonington, Connecticut.    

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Posted 05/08/13

Preservation: The Stanton-Davis homestead

In 1670 Thomas Stanton, a native-born Englishman who learned the Algonquin language and became a celebrated translator, negotiator, and friend of both Native American tribes and colonists, built a handsome wood-shingled house near Stonington, Connecticut. Eleven generations of the family have occupied it, and the current paterfamilias, John W. Davis, still farms the fields that his ancestor received as a gift from the Pequots and began working in 1654.

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Posted 10/10/12

Collector Profile: Will Shortz

Crossword editor of the New York Times and National Public Radio's puzzle master.

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Posted 07/22/09

Dealer Profile: Jeff Bridgman

Something weird happened to Jeff Bridgman and his business in 2008—in fact, two weird things. In the midst of a global economic collapse, he had his best year ever, and in December, he made a large sale to a Democrat.

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