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African American History Sites and Resources in New England

African American History Sites and Resources in New England
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by in May 2008

In addition to sources named here, most New England college and university Africana studies departments offer online resource lists and links to other Web sites. For museums, historic sites, tours, and similar venues, remember to call ahead to confirm schedules and hours of operation.

Connecticut

Prudence Crandall Museum
1 South Canterbury Road
Canterbury, CT
860-546-7800

Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance & Abolition
MacMillan Center, Yale University
Luce Hall, 34 Hillhouse Ave.
New Haven, CT
203-432-3339

Slavery & Freedom in New England
Yale University
New Haven, CT

Complicity: A Special Issue of Northeast Magazine
Hartford Courant
Beyond Complicity: A Special Issue of Northeast Magazine
Hartford Courant

Mattatuck Museum
144 West Main St.
Waterbury, CT
203-753-0381

Harriet Beecher Stowe Center
77 Forest St.
Hartford, CT
860-522-9258

Freedom Schooner Amistad
746 Chapel St. #300
New Haven, CT
866-264-7823, 203-495-1839

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