New Haven Museum
February 6, 2018 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Colonial New Haven: Choices and Changes in a Growing Community What did New Haven look like in the 1700s? Who lived here and what were their occupations? Using maps, artifacts, and primary documents, students discover the people, places, and activities that were part of life in colonial New Haven.
New Haven During the Revolution Students get a rare opportunity to explore the role that New Haven played in the Revolution. Hear the story of America’s most famous traitor, learn about the attack on New Haven by the British in 1779, and peer into the lives of ordinary people and see why they chose either the Patriot or the Loyalist cause.