From The Museum Store

Souvenirs of Samuel Huntington's Birthplace

We will be happy to mail you the following items. All purchases benefit the Trust.

Copper Engraving by Andy Jones

Copper engraving print depicting the Huntington House by renowned Hampton artist Andy Jones. (Mr. Jones is perhaps best-known for creating the design of the Charter Oak tree that adorns the Connecticut State Quarter.) This print, commissioned by the Trust, is a limited edition of only 50 copies. Each is numbered and signed by the artist. They have been professionally matted and framed, with a overall size of 14" x 16". $250

Note-paper with envelopes

Note-paper using Patricia Browne's pen-and-ink drawing of the Samuel Huntington Birthplace on the front. Black printing on parchment-colored paper. 6 sheets, 6 envelopes.

[4 1/4" x 5 1/2"] $3


T-Shirts with the Samuel Huntington Birthplace pictured on the front. The artwork used is the same pen-and-ink drawing by artist Patricia Browne, reproduced by silkscreen printing in black ink. Teal (pictured) is sold out; only available in white at this time.

Please specify size: M, L, or XL. $10

Cat's Meow Wooden Collectible

Cat's Meow Wooden Collectible. Hand-shaped and silk-screened on the face to depict the Samuel Huntington Birthplace. Part of the Cat's Meow Historic Preservation Series.

[1996, 3 3/4" x 6 1/2"] $16

Samuel Huntington DVD

From Local Farm Boy to Colonial Statesman, a video presentation produced by Trust member Larry Northrop, which chronicles Samuel's life from his birth in 1731 to his passing in 1796.

[2006, 55-minute DVD Movie and Slide Show] $10 SOLD OUT

Cassette Tape

Samuel Huntington ballad by Connecticut's first State Troubadour, Tom Callinan. Single audio tape. $1, or included free with any order of $25 or more.

George Kelsey Dreher book

Longer than Expected by George Kelsey Dreher, A Narrative Essay on the Letters of Samuel Huntington 1779-1781 — the years of his presidency.

[1996, 240 pages, 6" x 9", Paperback] $13

Larry R. Gerlach book

Connecticut Congressman: Samuel Huntington, 1731-1796 by Larry R. Gerlach. Covers Samuel's entire life. First published by the American Revolution Bicentennial Commission of Connecticut in 1976, as part of the Connecticut Revolutionary War Series.

[1976, 142 pages, 6" x 9", Paperback] $5

Douglas Huntington book

The Solway Plainsman by Douglas Huntington. Covers life's quality for the Cumbrian Huntingtons from the 12th to the 20th Century.

[1995, 188 pages, 6" x 8 1/4", Paperback] $15

Albert E. Waugh book

Samuel Huntington and His Family by Albert E. Waugh. This pamphlet was published by the Society of the Founders of Norwich Connecticut, Inc.

[1968, 48 pages, 6" x 9", Softcover] $2

Early American Homes Magazine

Early American Homes magazine, October 1996 issue, containing an illustrated article describing the efforts to save the Samuel Huntington Birthplace. $5

Colonial Coin Map

U.S. State Quarters "Colonial Coin Map." Allows you to collect and display a complete set of all 13 U.S. State Quarters representing the original 13 States.

[11" x 14" card with recesses to hold each coin] $1

The prices above do not include shipping. So that we may calculate the most cost-effective shipping method to your location, please e-mail us in advance with your requested items and shipping address. We will let you know the actual shipping charges for your order.

Payment is by check or money order, mailed to:
Governor Samuel Huntington Trust
P.O. Box 231, Scotland, CT 06264

Items will be shipped promptly upon receipt of your payment.

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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 06/03/2023.