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Re: Where is Greenfield, CT?
Posted by: John W. Mitchell, Jr. Date: November 20, 2000 at 08:22:45
In Reply to: Where is Greenfield, CT? by Janis Lee of 974

"Greenfield Hill" is a section of Fairfield, Fairfield County, Connecticut. Other sections of Fairfield include Southport, The Center and Tunxis Hill. Greenfield Hill hosts a Dogwood Festival every Spring. Until the 1840's the (present) town of Westport was part of Fairfield. Fairfield was the original County Seat of Fairfield County; the seat was moved to Bridgeport in the mid 1800's.


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