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Connecticut State Archives Finding Aids
The State Archives uses finding aids as guides to our government and manuscript collections.  The ArchivesSpace site allows researchers to search and browse through those finding aids.
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Databases of Individuals listed in State Archives Records
The State Archives houses over 47,000 cubic feet of records documenting the history of Connecticut and its people.
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Digital Collections in CTDA
Connecticut State Archives Digital Collection housed in CT Digital Archive
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Digital Collections in Content DM
 Digital collections feature materials from the State Library, the Museum of Connecticut History, and the Connecticut State Archives.
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Aerial Photographs Libguide
This guide provides information about Aerial Surveys.
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New Haven County Court Records: Uncovering New Haven
The New Haven County Court Records span from 1666 to 1855. This subject guide provides background information about these eras from colonial Connecticut to pre-Civil War America, in order to help researchers put these records into historical context.
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The Public Records of the State of Connecticut
The Public Records series is an essential resource for scholars of Connecticut’s history, historians of the state’s towns and localities, legislators, lawyers, family historians, genealogists, and other members of the public.
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The Voices of World War One
The Connecticut State Library is proud to be a collaborative partner in the “Voices of World War I” project which features human-narrated audio versions of historic documents.
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Prudence Crandall Materials

For published materials about Prudence Crandall, please check our Library Catalog

Court records pertaining to the Prudence Crandall case are found in the State Archives. See in particular Record Group 003, 


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Works Progress Administration Art Inventory and Press Releases
In 1935 President Franklin D. Roosevelt established the WPA in order to put people back to work.