The Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation is joining the Milford Preservation Trust’s suit to save a centuries-old house overlooking the North Street Duck Pond from destruction.
From Dracula to the Jewett City vampires, the state is alive this month with tales of the blood-sucking undead.
Although studying the ancient past goes on year round, October is a great time to appreciate archaeology.
If you love a little history mixed with your Halloween chills, then a cemetery tour may be something to consider this month.
"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.
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- Hartford Stage's 'Ether Dome' Explores the Story of Dr. Horace Wells | Comments
- Great Granddaughter of Architect Cass Gilbert Leads Tours of Woolworth Building | Comments
- The Charles W. Morgan Returns to Connecticut | Comments
- Be Indiana Jones for a Week in Connecticut, Dig Up a ‘Holy Grail’ | Comments
- Update: Whaling Ship Morgan in Cape Cod for Last Major Stop of Historic Voyage | 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