Hartford’s Ancient Burying Ground, 1640-1815 #FreedomTrailMonth

 Uncovering Their History: African, African American, and Native  American Burials in Hartford’s Ancient Burying Ground 1640-1815  

New Haven Museum
Wednesday, September 14, 2022 • 6:00 pm EDT
Online event | register here


New Haven Museum will commemorate Freedom Trail Month with a virtual presentation, “Uncovering Their History: African, African American, and Native American Burials in Hartford’s Ancient Burying Ground, 1640-1815,” by historian, educator, author, and publisher of Connecticut Explored magazine, Dr. Katherine A. Hermes.

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