Well into the 20th century most Americans lived and worked on farms or in small towns much like this one. Few of those places remain much as they were. Waterford, miraculously, is one that has.
Visit Waterford and walk with us through time for clues to Waterford's character and tenacity. It is a story of ordinary people who did extraordinary things. They built a thriving town from wilderness; they endured a long and bloody war that threatened to destroy it; and in good times and bad they held tightly to their vision of a special place. An Aerial view of the village.
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Waterford is a small village of only some 90 homes and buildings. Some of its more interesting buildings and their history include:
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