It was one hundred and one years ago in this very month of June, that nine men of the old town of Windham—which lies near the northeast corner of Connecticut—met at the meeting-house door. There was no service that day; the doors were shut, and the bell in the steeple gave no sound. While this tale of the American Revolution is not the greatest short story ever written, it does have its moments of humor and charm. You will find others like it in Sarah J. Pritchard’s collection of patriotic stories in The Only Woman in Town and Other Tales [Read More]