JFK at Choate: A Lasting Legacy 50 Years After Assassination

11/18/13

JFK at Choate: A Lasting Legacy 50 Years After Assassination

Although it's been 50 years since the assassination of John F. Kennedy, and more than 75 since the 35th President of the United States attended Wallingford's Choate Rosemary Hall, his presence is still felt on campus.

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Thomas J. Craughwell Discusses the Odd Plot to Steal Lincoln's Body

11/12/13

Thomas J. Craughwell Discusses the Odd Plot to Steal Lincoln's Body

Bethel author Thomas J. Craughwell discusses one of the lesser-known and unusual incidents in U.S. presidential history: the failed plot to steal the body of Abraham Lincoln.

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Hitchcock Furniture Tradition Alive and Well; New Wilton Design Showroom

11/08/13

Hitchcock Furniture Tradition Alive and Well; New Wilton Design Showroom

A new showroom on Route 7 in Wilton features pieces made by two historic New England furniture makers, The Hitchcock Chair Co., Ltd. and Eldred Wheeler.

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Bones Pushed Up by Storm Sandy on New Haven Green Date to 1790s

11/01/13

Bones Pushed Up by Storm Sandy on New Haven Green Date to 1790s

Cue the ghoulish music, folks. The secret of the Lincoln Oak bones was revealed — on Halloween, no less.

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Secrets of New Haven Bones to Be Revealed

10/29/13

Secrets of New Haven Bones to Be Revealed

The New Haven Museum is hosting “Getting to the Root of It,” a panel discussion about the human remains and time capsules discovered on the New Haven Green in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.

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