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Two Connecticut men, uncle and nephew, had starring roles—one in defeat and one in victory—during the War of 1812.Read
Chauncey Fitch Cleveland was a lawyer and politician who served…Read
Brooklyn’s status as county seat in 1831 resulted in the…Read
…that by 1853, the era of steamboat transportation had largely…Read
Ideals advanced during the American Revolution inspired many of the state’s religious and political leaders to question and oppose slavery in the late 1700s.Read
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