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Gurleyville Mill (saw mill), Gurleyville. :: Connecticut History Online

Gurleyville Mill (saw mill), Gurleyville. :: Connecticut History Online

Jonathan Trumbull up and down saw mill at Lebanon :: Connecticut History Online

Jonathan Trumbull up and down saw mill at Lebanon :: Connecticut History Online

Latimers mills, Montville. :: Connecticut History Online

Latimers mills, Montville. :: Connecticut History Online

Old mill wheel at the Romford sawmill. :: Connecticut History Online

Old mill wheel at the Romford sawmill. :: Connecticut History Online

Find out more about the history of Connecticut, including videos, interesting articles, pictures, historical features and more. Get all the facts on HISTORY.com

Find out more about the history of Connecticut, including videos, interesting articles, pictures, historical features and more. Get all the facts on HISTORY.com

Whaling schooner Margarett departing on last whaling voyage out of New London. :: Connecticut History Online

Whaling schooner Margarett departing on last whaling voyage out of New London. :: Connecticut History Online

US Slave: Prudence Crandall and the Canterbury Female Boarding School

US Slave: Prudence Crandall and the Canterbury Female Boarding School

CT, What's Our History? - YouTube

CT, What's Our History? - YouTube

Revolutionary War Office (1727)   built around 1727 for Joseph Trumbull.   Notable figures who conferred with Trumbull in the office include George Washington, Henry Knox and Israel Putnam, as well as Rochambeau and Lafayette. In 1891, the building was acquired by the Connecticut Sons of the American Revolution and restored. A bronze tablet was placed in 1896. Today it is open to the public as a museum.

Revolutionary War Office (1727) built around 1727 for Joseph Trumbull. Notable figures who conferred with Trumbull in the office include George Washington, Henry Knox and Israel Putnam, as well as Rochambeau and Lafayette. In 1891, the building was acquired by the Connecticut Sons of the American Revolution and restored. A bronze tablet was placed in 1896. Today it is open to the public as a museum.

Woman and old mill at Devil's Hopyard, East Haddam. :: Connecticut History Online

Woman and old mill at Devil's Hopyard, East Haddam. :: Connecticut History Online

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