Connecticut Women’s Heritage Trail, both actual and virtual

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Prudence Crandall, Gov. Ella T. Grasso, Gladys Tantaquidgeon, Dorothy Hamill

When it comes to honoring prominent women in Connecticut’s past, there are at least 14 places to visit throughout the state to learn about their contributions in a variety of fields.

Some of the stops honor women who are well known to history, Harriet Beecher Stowe and Prudence Crandall among them. Others may not be as well known, but all have important stories to tell.

There are two ways to learn about the historic accomplishments of Connecticut women. First, you can Click here to look at the actual trail.  The other way is to look at the virtual trail by clicking here.







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