Starting Time: 9:00:00 AM
Ending Time: 3:30:00 PM
Connecticut's 17th-century past has long been a "lost century" in history. This symposium provides an opportunity to share information and learn about this mysterious period iin Connecticut's history. This year's speakers:
Dr. Joseph R. Avitable: "Connecticut's Integration into the Atlantic Economy"
Rebecca Guernsey: "Gifts from the Dead: The Beneficiaries of 17th-Century Probate Records"
William Hosley: "Connecticut's 17th-Century Material Culture, Problems, Prospects and Possibilities"
Dr. Kevin McBride, Laurie Pasteryak, David Naumec, Ashley Bissonnette: "Battlefields of the Pequot War: Project, Documents and Archaeology"
Alice Plouchard Stelzer: "Finding Invisible Seventeenth-Century Women"
Donarita Vocca: "The Revered and the Reviled: Two Early Families of Connecticut"