Learn more about Connecticut hero and Yale grad Nathan Hale at his Coventry home
opportunity to meet a Continental soldier," the release said.
You also can join the Connecticut Landmarks celebration in honor of the re-opening and preservation of the Amos Bull House, Hartford’s oldest brick structure and the first Connecticut building to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Connecticut Landmarks properties will offer free admission from noon to 4 p.m June 7.
"The Amos Bull House & the attached Butler-McCook Carriage House now house CTL's administrative offices, archival research center & state-of-the art Community Education Center. Take part in our state-wide celebration at these historically significant houses near you: the Bellamy-Ferriday House & Garden in Bethlehem, the Butler-McCook House & Garden and Isham-Terry House in Hartford, the Hempsted Houses in New London, the Nathan Hale Homestead in Coventry and the Phelps-Hatheway House & Garden in Suffield."