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Early New Haven, from Quinnipiack to the American Revolution
February 28, 2016 • Hide Featured Image, Immigration, New Haven

A look back at the ethnic groups who built the Elm City and called it home.

Courtesy of the Ethnic Heritage Center

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Websites

“Ethnic Heritage Center,” 2017. Link.
Government Printing Office. “The Avalon Project: Fundamental Agreement, or Original Constitution of the Colony of New Haven, June 4, 1639.” Yale Law School, 2016. Link.

Documents

Wadsworth, James. “A Plan of the Town of New Haven with All the Buildings in 1748.” New Haven, CT: T. Kensett, 1806. University of Connecticut Libraries, Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC, Yale University Library, Map Collection. Link.
“An Ethnic History of New Haven.” The Ethnic Heritage Center, 2013. Link.
Visscher, Nicolaes. “Novi Belgii Novæque Angliæ: Nec Non Partis Virginiæ Tabula Multis in Locis Emendata.” Cartographic. Amsterdam?, 1685. Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division. Link.

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