Monthly Archives: October 2009

Putnam Branch – Journal Inquirer

The Journal Inquirer’s front page today has a half page picture of the CTSSAR Color Guard yesterday at the Wood Memorial Library in South Windsor. On page 3 are two more great photographs. Leslloyd F. Alleyne, the JI photographer, did … Continue reading

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Upcoming Events

Dear Compatriots of the Connecticut Line CTSSAR, I just wanted to thank the Compatriots who participated in yesterday’s Revolutionary War Encampment at the Wood Memorial Library and Museum in South Windsor, Connecticut. Should have some photos posted this week. Wayne … Continue reading

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Ghost Walk: Fun, Facts and Fright Tour

Center Cemetery 944 Main St. East Hartford Tour through our historic cemetery meeting some old friends and other residents of the burying ground who may be up and about this evening such as our noted gentlemen Brownell and Goodwin, the … Continue reading

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Victorian Mourning and Mystique

York Masonic Hall 784 Main St., East Hartford, Ct. Saturday, Oct.24,2009 1pm to 4:30 pm Admission: $2.00 Victorian Mourning and Civil War displays See Victorian era mourning dress, artwork and coffins, quilts and photos Impact of Civil War on burial … Continue reading

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Nathan Hale and the house of goose bumps

The Nathan Hale Schoolhouse, a jewel in New London’s tiara of Revolutionary relevance, has now been moved to a fitting and substantial foundation put in place by New London’s downtown Parade reconstruction. Honored to be employed as a part-time guide … Continue reading

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