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Coventry, Connecticut
Historical Society
The Society continues to participate in local history studies with the Coventry schools. The Society recognizes the need to teach children to understand the importance of preserving history. As they grow older, we hope they will continue to be active participants in the preservation of our history. Coventry Colonial Camp, cosponsored with the Antiquarian & Landmarks Society, is a one-week day camp held in July for youngsters in the 5th, 6th, and 7th grades.
Coventry, Connecticut
General, History, Historic House
The Nathan Hale Homestead was the home of the family of State Hero, Nathan Hale. Constructed in 1776, the current house is the second dwelling built on the property. Nathan’s father, Richard Hale, was a prosperous livestock farmer and built the house for his large family. Ardent patriots, six of Richard’s eight sons served in the patriot army. One son, Capt. Nathan Hale was caught and hanged as a spy at age 21 by the British in September of 1776.
Coventry, Connecticut
History, Historic House
'The Root House was built 1845 at the corner of Church and Lemon Streets by Hannah and William Root, early settlers of Marietta. Mr. Root was one of Marietta's earliest merchants and its first druggist. He was the first merchant to receive a shipment of goods on the Western and Atlantic Railroad.
Coventry, Connecticut
Coventry, Connecticut
History, Historic House
The Strong-Porter House; the early 18th Century farmhouse of Nathan Hale's maternal ancestors. This museum, with its various outbuildings, features exhibits on local history
Coventry, Connecticut
History, Historic House
Often called the Parsonage House, this was the home of Joseph Huntington, the noted scholar who graduated from Yale College.
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