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NEXT PROGRAM: Wednesday, November 1, 2017, 7:00 at the Gabriel History Center: PORTRAIT OF NANCY TONEY, presented by Karen Parsons. Learn about “the intersections of race, art, innovation, and daily life in mid-19th century Windsor.” Parsons, archivist and history teacher at Loomis Chaffee School, tells what it was like to be a slave in Connecticut prior to 1863.
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The Fannie Gabriel History Center of the Wintonbury Historical Society is usually open on Monday afternoons from about 1 – 4 for historical and genealogical research. Its collections and exhibits are also available to view by appointment. For an appointment call 860-242-7639. The History Center is located behind the Old Farm School, 153 School Street, at the corner of Park Avenue (Route 178). The school is open Sunday afternoons from 1 – 4 from May 15 through October 15.
We invite you to JOIN the Wintonbury Historical Society and help with the development of our many historical and educational projects.