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Stratford Historical Society


category : Museums
Catharine B. Mitchell Museum exhibits local Native American artifacts and displays devoted to early town government, early African-American history, changing exhibits. Captain David Judson House (1750) furnished with period accessories and furniture.


Admission: Adults $5, seniors $4, students $2.
Hours: June-Oct.,
Address: 967 Academy Hill
Phone: (203) 378-0630

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