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KENT – Litchfield County was created in 1751 by an act of the Connecticut General Assembly. Before it could become official, however, the new county’s boundaries had to be defined. In an era without four-wheel drive vehicles, satellites or GPS, a surveyor’s task was arduous.
In a talk on Sunday, March 19, part of the Kent Historical Society’s Sunday Series, author and historian Michael-John Cavallaro described the journey of intrepid surveyor Edmund Lewis and his team as they mapped the county.
“This guy was amazing,” said Cavallaro of...