An Alarm from Lexington – The alarm spreads to Connecticut.
The Badge of Military Merit – Purple Heart of the American Revolution
Battle of New Haven – An Independence Day raid on the coastal city.
The Coming of the Revolution 1773-1776 – Deteriorating relations between England and the American colonies noticeably worsened in the 1763-1773 decade
Connecticut in the Revolution – The Share of Connecticut in the Revolution
Our Churches in the Revolution -The role they played
Danbury Raid – A British attack on Connecticut
East Haddam in the Revolution – From the History of Middlesex County, Connecticut with Biographical Sketches of its Prominent Men, 1884
Haddam in the Revolution – From the History of Middlesex County, Connecticut with Biographical Sketches of its Prominent Men, 1884
Hospitality Hall – Washington’s Headquarters in Wethersfield. Connecticut
The Price They Paid – The signers of the Declaration of Independence paid a heavy toll or did they?
Letters of a Soldier of the Revolution – Time-Worn documents that tell a story of patriotism and sacrifice
New Britian in the days of the Revolution – Was life at the time as bad as we think?
Nathan Hale Schoolboy Medal – Nathan Hale Scholar
The Nathan Hale Schoolhouse – By Francis H. Parker
The Nathan Hale Schoolhouse – By Charles Barney Whittelsey, 1904
The Iron Son of ’76 – The Life of General Putnam
A Revolutionary Thanksgiving – A True Story of Olden Time
The Scarlet Standard #1 – Connecticut’s response to the Lexington Alarm
The Scarlet Standard #2 – Standard of General Israel Putnam’s Connecticut Regiment of 1775
The Scarlet Standard #3 – Lt. Col. Thomas Knowlton, Connecticut’s Forgotten Hero
The Scarlet Standard #4 – Liberty defined . . . . New England’s colonial Clergy
The Scarlet Standard #5 – Connecticut’s Declaration of Independence
The Scarlet Standard #6 – Col. John Durkee, Norwichtown’s Forgotten Hero
The Scarlet Standard #7 – Lebanon: center of Connecticut’s rebellion
The Scarlet Standard #8 – Governor Jonathan Trumbull armed by Divine Providence for the Holy cause of Liberty
The Scarlet Standard #9 – The Way of Liberty: the English Colony of Connecticut in New England
The Scarlet Standard #10 – A Puritan Foundation: Virtuous Liberty in the English Colonies of New England
The Scarlet Standard #11 – Revolutionary High Ground: The Declaration of Independence
The Scarlet Standard #12 – “SELF-GOVERNMENT”: The Common Ground of Meetinghouse & Militia
Secret Service of the American Revolution – Incidents in which imminent defeat was turned to glorious victory
The Tories of Connecticut – By James Shepard
The Tories of Connecticut – Concluded from last article
Teamster Boy in the Revolution – A stout lad eighteen years of age
Letters of Joseph Spencer – The letter of General Joseph Spencer to President George Washington and the Continental Congress.
The Susquehannah Company Affair – One of the most prolonged disputes in eighteenth-century Connecticut was a controversial land scheme
Undisturbed 1778-1779 Patriot Encampment Site Disclosed – Redding, CT’s Valley Forge
War Diary – A day by day account of one soldier.
Where is King George’s Head??? – Over 200 years later pieces are still being discovered
Yankee Doodle – A story from Aunt Louisa’s Child’s Delight