4 edition of Connecticut entrepreneur, Christopher Leffingwell found in the catalog.
Connecticut entrepreneur, Christopher Leffingwell
Marvin G. Thompson
by American Revolution Bicentennial Commission of Connecticut in Hartford, Conn
Written in English
|Statement||by Marvin G. Thompson.|
|Series||Connecticut bicentennial series ;, 33|
|Contributions||American Revolution Bicentennial Commission of Connecticut.|
|LC Classifications||HC102.5.L43 T48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||79057125|
Built around , in the Greek Revival style with some elements of the earlier Federal style, the Ripley-Woodhull House is an imposing residence on Broadway in Norwich. The house was originally occupied by William D. Ripley, a merchant and banker, who may have shared it with the Woodhull family, who owned it later on. Enter the brand-new book of engineer and entrepreneur Eric Ries, whose last tome, The Lean Startup, became an instant best-seller when it was first published in
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Walter Brewster, a young, struggling shoemaker of Canterbury, Connecticut, was very different in many ways from Christopher Leffingwell, a well-to-do manufacturer of Norwich, Connecticut, who owned several mills and shops and was his town's largest employer. Pages in category "Trinity College (Connecticut) alumni" The following pages are in this category, out of total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
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Sarah Leffingwell, born in Norwich, Connecticut on Decemwas the sixth of thirteen children and third of five daughters born to Benajah Leffinwell and Joanna Christophers. She married Jonathan Starr on January 5, l, presumably at was her first cousin, once removed, since his mother, Ann Bushnell, was Sarah's first cousin.
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Welcome to the Leffingwell House Museum (Circa ), one of the finest restored examples of New England Colonial architecture which shows the architectural development common to CT. Starting as a two room home that evolved into a pre-Revolutionary Tavern. By it was the elegant home of a Norwich Patriot.
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Christopher Leffingwell, Norwich industrialist, entrepreneur, merchant and patriot distinguished himself for his contribution of provisions to the success of the American Revolution.
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At the Norwich convention, Christopher Leffingwell, the real leader of the I protest, finally came forth.'0 Unlike Brewster, Leffingwell was the kind of man one expects to find at the head of a public movement in 7 Ibid., VI,VII, 8 "Mechanick," III, Apr.
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