The Prudence Crandall Museum

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The Prudence Crandall Museum, a National Historic Landmark and State Archaeological Preserve, located in the eastern portion of Connecticut at the junction of State routes 14 and 169.


 

 

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Friends of the Prudence Crandall Museum work jointly and cooperatively with the State Historic Preservation Office of the Department of Economic and Community Development. Our purpose is to assist in the preservation and interpretation of the Prudence Crandall Museum, to encourage and promote visitation, and to enhance the public’s appreciation of this truly unique landmark.
 

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Portrait of Prudence CrandallJohn Carter HouseDear Prudence, performed by Brenda L. JacobsonSpring Lecture Series - Peter P. HinksAfternoon TeaSpring Lecture Series - Jefferson Morley Spring Lecture Series - Jefferson Morley Spring Lecture Series - Jefferson Morley Music at TwilightMusic at TwilightMusic at TwilightIndependence Day ParadeLifetime Member Charles HutchinsonRay CoombsSenator Richard Blumenthal with Ray Coombs

American Experience

Watch The Abolitionists, a three-part miniseries online at PBS.org

Watch The Abolitionists, a three-part miniseries online at PBS.org

 

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Friends volunteers of all ages in period clothing, celebrating the 4th of July in the annual Canterbury parade.

Friends volunteers of all ages in period clothing, celebrating the 4th of July in the annual Canterbury parade.