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Even a School House Needs Friends

by Jennifer Eifrig The Nathan Hale School House in East Haddam was built sometime prior to 1750, and has survived the centuries thanks to a chain of people who believed in its historical significance since the 18th century. Moved from … Continue reading

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Leaf Peeping in East Haddam

by Jennifer Eifrig After learning that East Haddam tied for #11 on Yankee Magazine’s list of Top 25 Foliage Towns, we wondered how long people have been traveling for pleasure to look at autumn’s annual festival of color. “Leaf peeping,” … Continue reading

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Welcome to the East Haddam Nathan Hale Schoolhouse blog!

When does the past become history? When someone writes about it.  History  is the act of thinking about the past and analyzing it in written form, for others to learn from and enjoy. As much as possible, historians use contemporary accounts, called … Continue reading

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