Connecticut -- History
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Adrian Atkins collection
One folder of brochures and other ephemera related to Litchfield area businesses and points of interest and Connecticut's tercentenary.
Jane M. Bentley Research Materials
1972-64-1 & 2 and 1972-67-0
The Jane M. Bentley Research Materials collection (1972-64-1; 1972-64-2; 1972-67-0) is a collection of papers, items, newspaper clippings, and other miscellaneous items collected, created, and/or used by Jane Merritt Bentley while researching her Great Great Grandfather Salmon Giddings. Please see the below detailed descriptions for more specific information about the collection and particular information for each item. The collection is housed in 3A Box 34.
Constitutional History of Connecticut
Manuscript draft with corrections of a constitutional history of Connecticut by Samuel Church.
The English Homes of Some Colonial Ancestors essay
The English Homes of Some Colonial Ancestors essay (2011-34-0) is a nine page typescript essay. The creator of the item is unknown and it is not dated. This genealogical essay contains family information, and deals with the homes of some of the early Connecticut settlers such as Thomas Hooker, John Haynes, and Rev. John Woodbridge.
History of First Church of Christ Congregational Church
Henry Guy Gould manuscript
A manuscript detailing the origin of the names of towns in Connecticut, by Henry Guy Gould.
Robert W. Hill lecture
Gideon Hollister papers
C. Murray Keefer manuscript
Typescript manuscript, "Historical Sketch: Portraying the Ceremony of Presentation to James Morris of the Morris Academy Building and Its Dedication in November 1803," prepared by C. Murray Keefer and enacted in the Morris Community Hall on Jul 24, 1935, as a part of the Connecticut Tercentenary Celebration.
Wethersfield, CT and Worthington, MA Town Records
The Wethersfield, CT and Worthington, MA Town Records collection (2011-112-0) contains photoopies of town records from Wethersfield, Connecticut and Worthington, Massachusetts. The records range in date from 1762-1856 and usually cover events such as town meetings. The first few pages are dark and can be difficult to read, but the rest of the pages are easier to read.