My first recollection of racism was in the first grade at Norwalk Christian elementary school in Norwalk, CA.
Scott Santaniello came from Norwalk, Connecticut, and sat outside the National Archives hoping to see Palin.
The captain instructed his companions to wait at Norwalk until the 20th, upon which day he expected to come back.
We could not get a horse at Stamford, so we arranged to take the next train to Norwalk.
The troops were landed in the night on a peninsula on the east side of the Bay of Norwalk.
He lived and died as a lawyer and judge in Norwalk, Connecticut.
We drove to within about a mile of Norwalk, when I alighted and walked into the town for the purpose of finding a buyer.
One line went to Columbus, one to Norwalk, and one to Painesville.
Arnold was at length driven from the field; after which he retreated to Paugatuck, about three miles east of Norwalk.
Norwalk and the many other catastrophies were all forgotten.