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Today in Connecticut History

“Today in Connecticut History” is a collaboration between the Office…

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CT Places Regional Advocacy Forums

November 29, 2016 • CTH Insider

Are you an executive director, board member, key stakeholder, or…

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Books from CT Humanities – For a Buck!

November 9, 2016 • CTH Insider

Need a set of books for your book club? Are…

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Teach It Now Offers High School Activities

September 7, 2016 • CTH Insider

Teachers! Just in time for the new school year, Teach…

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Bruce Fraser Fund for the Humanities in Public Life

May 19, 2016 • CTH Insider

Please consider a special contribution to the Bruce Fraser Fund for the Humanities in Public Life, a dedicated fund named in honor of Connecticut Humanities’ longtime executive director.

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Help Build “Teach It”

November 5, 2015 • CTH Insider

Teach It is a platform for educators to share content…

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A Month-Long Look at Immigration

October 8, 2015 • CTH Insider

Immigration plays such a vital role in the story of…

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Capital Community College Students Explore Hartford’s Immigrant History…In Their Own Words

In spring 2013 students from Capital Community College’s Liberal Arts…

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Award-Winning First Year for ConnecticutHistory.org

June 19, 2013 • CTH Insider

The New England Museum Association (NEMA) has awarded ConnecticutHistory.org top…

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Trinity College Students Call Attention to Histories of Inequality

Trinity College students enrolled in Professor Jack Dougherty’s “Cities, Suburbs…

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ConnecticutHistory.org Opens a New Gateway to Our State’s Past

May 22, 2012 • CTH Insider

The human interest story, well-researched and placed in historical context, is at the heart of our mission to delight, surprise, and inform.

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