The story of the Foreign Mission School connects the town…Read
The of exchange of words, thoughts, and ideas also lay behind some of the most monumental events that happened right here in ConnecticutRead
Eventually taking the name the “Hartford Wits,” some of the most influential figures of the 18th century got together to write poetry that documented the state of the times.Read
On January 11, 1817, Timothy Dwight (theologian, educator, poet, and…Read
Rare for his time, educator James Morris accepted both boys and girls as students.Read
Timothy Dwight was an influential preacher, poet, and educator who served as a chaplain during the Revolutionary War and later as the president of Yale College.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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