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Funding Update – March 7, 2017

March 7, 2017

Connecticut Humanities (CTH) has been working diligently to restore $1.73 million to the organization’s line-item funding in Connecticut’s state budget.... Read more » …[more]

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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

CT Places Regional Advocacy Forums

November 29, 2016

Are you an executive director, board member, key stakeholder, or volunteer working for a nonprofit history, humanities, preservation, or library... Read more » …[more]

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Books from CT Humanities – For a Buck!

November 9, 2016

Need a set of books for your book club? Are there books that you always wanted to read, but just... Read more » …[more]

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Teach It Now Offers High School Activities

September 7, 2016

Teachers! Just in time for the new school year, Teach It (teachitct.org), a program of Connecticut Humanities, has expanded its... Read more » …[more]

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Bruce Fraser Fund for the Humanities in Public Life

May 19, 2016

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. …[more]

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Help Build “Teach It”

November 5, 2015

Teach It is a platform for educators to share content in the form of inquiry-based activities that reinforce the learning... Read more » …[more]

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Mayor's Council Russian Class

A Month-Long Look at Immigration

October 8, 2015

Immigration plays such a vital role in the story of Connecticut’s evolution and in the formation of its identity, it... Read more » …[more]

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

September 9, 2013

In spring 2013 students from Capital Community College’s Liberal Arts Capstone Course conducted research at Hartford Public Library’s Hartford History... Read more » …[more]

Categories: CTH Insider, Hartford, Immigration

Award-Winning First Year for ConnecticutHistory.org

June 19, 2013

The New England Museum Association (NEMA) has awarded ConnecticutHistory.org top honors for excellence in design, production, and effective communication in... Read more » …[more]

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