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All submissions appear in the online gallery, and 50 of those objects were on display in the exhibit at the CHS.1739 to today, Litchfield County Submitted by Lynn Marie Steinmayer, Goshen, CT Connecticut Cheeses were a staple part of the NW commerce.Pope and the bicycle literally paved the way for the automobile.Mark Twain's Bicycle, 1883, Manufactured by Pope Manufacturing Co., Hartford, gift of Franklin Whitmore.
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She made bonnets, took in laundry, and acted as mortician, with her father as the joiner, demonstrating the steadfast Yankee character and ingenuity.' Rachel Zilinskir Curator, Wethersfield Historical Societyas early as 1913, Litchfield, whole state Submitted by Fenton Williams, Torrington, CT Alain and May White were philanthropic Litchfield land barons who donated thousands of acres of public land to help found our state park system.
The object I have in mind is a large stone with a carving that dedicates the woods to the people of CT.1840s, New London Submitted by Timothy P.
CT River and worlds' oceans Submitted by Fenton Williams, Torrington, CT Alosa sapidissima, the American Shad is quintessentially CT, with ancient history involved with culture, food and industry (such as twine making along the Moodus River). Patented by Sophia Woodhouse in 1821, made by Maria Francis, Wethersfield, CT Wethersfield Historical Society, Wethersfield, CT 'Sophia Woodhouse cured reeds from the Connecticut River, then braided them into elegant bonnets.
Sophia manufactured Leghorn Bonnets through a cottage industry of local women.