Author Elizabeth Normen

Notable Connecticans
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Counterfeiter William Stuart, Hero of His Own Story

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Notable Connecticans
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P.T. Barnum Builds a City

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Art History
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Mary Rogers Williams: “We Shall Want To Do a Lot of Rambling”

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African American History
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Venture Smith: “Thanks for My Gold Rings”

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Health & Medicine
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Noah Porter and the Spotted Fever Epidemic of 1808 – 1809

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Native Americans
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William Apes, A Son of Colchester

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Maritime History
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Edwin Ayer: “My Adventures in Mining and Exploring”

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Notable Connecticans
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Josiah Atkins: “Ye Enemy Are Upon Us”

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African American History
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Rediscovering “William Grimes, the Runaway Slave”

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Art History
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Milton Avery: “So Close to Hartford”

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Food
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Can We See The Kitchen?

By Melanie Anderson Bourbeau (c) Connecticut Explored Inc. Spring 2006  Subscribe/Buy the Issue! As just…

Food
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Frankies Hot Dogs

All images courtesy of Frank Purcaro (c) Connecticut Explored Inc. Fall 2010 Subscribe/Buy the Issue!…

Sports
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Whaler Mania

By Brian Codagnone (c) Connecticut Explored Inc. Fall 2009 Subscribe/Buy the Issue! June 19, 2006…

Topics
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Slavery in Connecticut

Published narratives by formerly enslaved people who escaped to Connecticut in the 19th century reveal…

Maritime History
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Justus Riley and Justice for “Patty”

By Sandra P. Ulbrich                                                                   (c) Connecticut Explored Inc. Spring 2019 Subscribe/Buy the Issue! The Connecticut…

Food
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A State of Hard Drinkers

By Alexander Dubois (c) Connecticut Explored Inc. Spring 2019 Subscribe/Buy the Issue Recalling his childhood…

Food
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UCONN Dairy Bar

by Sarajane Cedrone (c) Connecticut Explored Inc. Summer 2017 SUBSCRIBE/Buy the Issue Perhaps not everyone…

Events
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Spring 2016 Programs

Conversations at Noon May 24, 2016, noon – 1 p.m Connecticut’s Old State House, Hartford…