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Thankful Arnold House


category : Historic Homes
Gambrel-roofed house, built between 1795-1819. Provides a glimpse at widow Thankful Arnold's life c.1830 after her husbands unexpected death. Garden features herbs and vegetables early 19th-century.


Admission: Adults $4, seniors $3, children $2.
Address: Hayden Hill & Walkley Hill Rds.
Phone: (860) 345-2400
Our Website:www.haddamhistory.org

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