In the mid-19th century, Orramel Whittlesey founded a music conservatory in Salem, Connecticut.Read
Of all the Connecticans who have left their mark in distant places, perhaps none made a more lasting—or more controversial—impression than this explorer.Read
Career diplomat Hiram Bingham IV, whose family has lived in Salem, Connecticut, for generations, was born in 1903.Read
The history of the Eightmile River illustrates the vital and changing roles that such waterways have played in Connecticut’s development.Read
Hiram Bingham III was a distinguished scholar and public servant attached to a line of the Bingham family that has lived in Salem, Connecticut, for generations.Read
Census data, from colonial times on up to the present, is a key resource for those who study the ways in which communities change with the passage of time.Read
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