The Avaricious Humour of Designing Englishmen: Land Transactions between the Tunxis and European Settlers of the Farmington Valley (virtual)

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Join us for a virtual presentation with Ken Feder, archaeologist and retired Professor of Anthropology at Central Connecticut State University.  Dr. Feder will discuss land transactions between the Tunxis and European settlers of the Farmington Valley. The Avaricious Humour of Designing Englishmen: Land Transactions Between the Tunxis and European Settlers of the Farmington Valley When […]

Dutch-Indigenous Relationships in Eastern New Netherland (That’s Connecticut, Folks!) (virtual)

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Join us for a virtual lecture, Dutch-Indigenous Relationships in EasternNew Netherland (That's Connecticut, Folks!) Enhance your knowledge about Dutch contributions to our Connecticut heritage: few people know that the first documented European to visit Connecticut was the Dutch explorer Adriaen Block in 1611, and that the first European settlers in Connecticut were  the Dutch at […]