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[[Image:Connecticut Historical Society.png|border|right|175px|Connecticut Historical Society.png]]'''[[Connecticut Historical Society]]'''<br> 1 Elizabeth Street<br>Hartford, Connecticut 06105<br>Telephone: 860-236-5621<br>Fax: 860-236-2664<br>E-mail: [mailto:ask_us@chs.org ask_us@chs.org]<br>Internet: [http://www.chs.org/ Connecticut Historical Society]<br>Internet: [http://chs.org/research/family-history/ Family History] reference works, Mss., online resources, periodicals, microfilm and fiche.<br><br>
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The Connecticut Historical Society is a private, not-for-profit museum, library, research and educational center. Our mission is to inspire and foster a life-long interest in history through exhibitions, programs, and Connecticut-related collections, because improving knowledge of the past enhances understanding of the present and the ability to meet the challenges of the future.
 
  
===Historical Background===
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:Town records, biographies, manuscripts, families, early settlers, church records, photos, and maps.<ref name="DB25">Dollarhide and Bremer, 25.</ref><br><br>
*Founded in 1825, the Connecticut Historical Society houses an extensive and comprehensive Connecticut-related collection of manuscripts, printed material, artifacts and images that document social, cultural, and family history.
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The Connecticut Historical Society is a private, not-for-profit museum, library, research and educational center. Our mission is to inspire and foster a life-long interest in history through exhibitions, programs, and Connecticut-related collections, because improving knowledge of the past enhances understanding of the present and the ability to meet the challenges of the future.
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*Founded in 1825, the Connecticut Historical Society houses an extensive and comprehensive Connecticut-related collection of manuscripts, printed material, artifacts and images that document social, cultural, and family history.  
 
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Connecticut_Historical_Society Detailed history]
 
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Connecticut_Historical_Society Detailed history]
  
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=== Links ===
*[http://www.chs.org/ Connecticut Historical Society]
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*[http://www.chs.org/ Connecticut Historical Society]  
 
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Connecticut_Historical_Society Detailed History of Society]
 
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Connecticut_Historical_Society Detailed History of Society]
  
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Connecticut Historical Society
1 Elizabeth Street
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
Telephone: 860-236-5621
Fax: 860-236-2664
E-mail: ask_us@chs.org
Internet: Connecticut Historical Society
Internet: Family History reference works, Mss., online resources, periodicals, microfilm and fiche.

Town records, biographies, manuscripts, families, early settlers, church records, photos, and maps.[1]

Mission[edit | edit source]

The Connecticut Historical Society is a private, not-for-profit museum, library, research and educational center. Our mission is to inspire and foster a life-long interest in history through exhibitions, programs, and Connecticut-related collections, because improving knowledge of the past enhances understanding of the present and the ability to meet the challenges of the future.

Historical Background[edit | edit source]

  • Founded in 1825, the Connecticut Historical Society houses an extensive and comprehensive Connecticut-related collection of manuscripts, printed material, artifacts and images that document social, cultural, and family history.
  • Detailed history

Links[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Dollarhide and Bremer, 25.