List of sites administered by the Connecticut State Historic Preservation Office facts for kids
This is a list of historic sites in Connecticut that are administered by the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism's Historic Preservation and Museum Division. As part of its place as Connecticut's State Historic Preservation Office, the division fulfills a range of responsibilities in the field of historic preservation, including the operation of five historic sites owned by the state.
|1||Prudence Crandall Museum||Canterbury||Windham|
|2||Old Newgate Prison and Copper Mine||East Granby||Hartford|
|3||Sloane-Stanley Museum||Kent||Litchfield||Museum focused on the work and interests of artist, author, and illustrator Eric Sloane, in a building that was donated to the state by Stanley Works. Exhibits of hand tools, iron furnace and artist's studio.|
|4||Viets Tavern||East Granby||Hartford||C. 1760 unrestored home of John Viets, first prison warden of Old Newgate Prison|
|5||Henry Whitfield State Museum||Guilford||New Haven|
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