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Samuel Huntington - Biographic Information

Connecticut State Library Roster of Connecticut Governors
Gov. Samuel Huntington, CTSSAR Patriots Listing
Colonial Hall: Biography of Samuel Huntington
Grave of Samuel Huntington

American History Reference Links

Connecticut History Online: Database of 19th and 20th century photographs, drawings and prints
Yale Law School Avalon Project: The American Constitution - A Documentary Record
The Karpeles Manuscript Library
The U.S. Constitution, The Declaration of Independence and The Articles of Confederation online
Archiving Early America: Historic Documents from 18th Century America
Library of Congress: Map of Rochambeau's route and encampments in New England, prepared by one of his staff officers

Heritage Tourism Links

Connecticut's Heritage Gateway - A program of the Connecticut Humanities Council
The Last Green Valley
National Park Service: Quinebaug & Shetucket Rivers Valley National Heritage Corridor
The Nathan Hale Homestead
The Jonathan Trumbull Jr. House Museum
MuseumLink's Museum of Museums
Mystic Country
Official Connecticut State Vacation Guide

Historic Preservation Links

Save America's Treasures Home Page
Resources for Historic and Cultural Preservation
The Huntington Homestead is owned and operated by the Governor Samuel Huntington Trust, Inc., P.O. Box 231, Scotland, CT 06264. A non-profit corporation formed in 1994, the Trust is authorized by the IRS to receive tax-exempt contributions. This site has been made possible by a grant from the Connecticut Society of the Cincinnati.
This page last modified on 03/17/2014.