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CT Live is a curated aggregator that scours the Web and pulls together the most current online news about our state’s history. From upcoming exhibits and events to exciting discoveries and little-known stories, CT Live rounds up only the very best offerings from hundreds of sites and delivers them to you daily. It’s your link to what’s new in nutmeg history.

Detail from the bird's-eye map Bristol, Conn. Looking North-East, 1889

Joel T. Case and the Victorianization of Bristol’s Federal Hill

February 6, 2017

The Victorian designs of inventor and architect Joel T. Case make substantial contributions to the landscape of the Federal Hill area in Bristol. …[more]

Categories: Barkhamsted, Bristol, CT Live, CTH Insider, Farmington, Historic Preservation

Middletown Historical Society’s New Show Explores City’s Lost Maritime Past

September 13, 2016

The Middletown Press – by Scott Whipple There may be no such thing as a time machine. Still, the closest... Read more » …[more]

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