Roxbury Remembered is a history of Roxbury, CT, a quintessential New England village. The book evolved from a friendship between Frederick Ungeheuer, a foreign correspondent for Time magazine, and Ethel and Lewis Hurlbut. To write the book, the three friends conducted archival research and visited many old-timers for conversations about Roxbury's past.The Hurlbuts, Roxbury's oldest farming family, began farming in the early 1700's. Cathleen Hurlbut Bronson and her husband, Howard, continue to run Maple Bank Farm today. Proceeds from the sale of this second edition will benefit the Roxbury Land Trust, Inc.