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War Office


category : Historic Homes
Built in 1727 as Trumbull family store where the Council of Safety held numerous meetings to plan the supply lifeline for the American Revolution.


Admission: Free.
Hours: Third Sat. in May-Labor Day,
Address: 149 W. Town St.
Phone: (860) 873-3399
Our Website:www.connecticutsar.org

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