The Leatherman's Circuit cache series commemorates the travels of Leatherman in the late 1800s.
Leatherman once roamed SW Connecticut and SE New York from 1858 to 1889. He traveled a 365-mile loop between the Connecticut and Hudson rivers. Approximately every month he would repeat his journey. The man spoke primarily with grunts or gestures and dressed in crudely stitched leather from his hat to his shoes. The suit was made of soft-tanned calfskin leather and weighed about sixty pounds. (visit link) He would sleep outside year-round mostly in caves around Connecticut and New York. More information on Leatherman can be found at (visit link)
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