"Autobiography of Mark Twain, Vol. 2" to Be Released Oct. 5; Reveals Author's Fascination with the Common Housefly
If only Sam Clemens could have met ninja fly exterminator and U.S. President Barack Obama.
Thanks to Smithsonian Magazine, free admission is available to more than a dozen state museums on Sept. 28.
This weekend marks the 75th anniversary of the Hurricane of 1938, which remains the most powerful and deadliest in New England history.
They raided ships and buried treasure, but they weren’t always considered outlaws.
Charming, witty and sociable, Fitz-Greene Halleck of Guilford was one of the 19th century's best-known poets, hailed as "America's Byron." So why has the man who some have described as "America's First Homosexual Poet" been forgotten?
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- Whaling Ship Charles W. Morgan Sails With Whales, Heads for Cape Cod | Comments
- Plans to Turn Wallace Stevens' House Into a Museum Have Fallen Through | Comments
- Ghost Tours at Mark Twain House in Hartford; Will Lady in White Appear? | Comments
- Repairs at Historic Canaan Railroad Depot on Track Again; Fire Hit in 2001 | Comments
- Yale Professor Writing Book on Discovering Roman Settlement in Egypt | Comments
- NW Connecticut History Center Is in Former Office of a Black Panthers Trial Attorney | Comments
- Ridgefield Mansion Where Houdini Practiced Escapes For Sale; Robert Vaughn Once Owned It | Comments
- 'Benedict Arnold' the Musical is Ready to Turn Heads | Comments
- Postcards from Connecticut's Past Released by Digital Public Library of America | Comments
- Whaling Ship Charles W. Morgan Arrives in Rhode Island; Historic Voyage’s First Leg | Comments