Wethersfield

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Wethersfield was settled in 1634 by colonists from Watertown in Massachusetts. In 1781, General George Washington and the Comte de Rochambeau met secretly in the Joseph Webb House to coordinate the efforts of French forces with the American army in the American Revolution. The colonial building is beautifully preserved, like many others in Wethersfield.

Wethersfield is the oldest permanent English settlement in Connecticut. The city is largely residential, but there are some light industries that manufacture tools, machinery and other light equipment.

Accommodation and restaurants are available in Wetherfield. The city is on the Connecticut River in central Connecticut. It is adjoined by Hartford on its north and it is some 480 km northeast from Washington D.C.


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