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Brooklyn Historical Society Museum


category : Museums
Permanent exhibit on General Israel Putnam, changing exhibits. Daniel Putnam Tyler Law Office (c.1820) furnished as it might have been from 1822 to 1875.


Admission: Free.
Hours: Museum: Memorial Day-Columbus Day, Wed. and Sun. 1-5.
Address: Rte. 169
off Rte. 6, I-395 Ex. 91
Phone: (860) 774-7728

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