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Local History

History & Genealogy Resources

Connecticut Digital Archive

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The CTDA is part of the Digital Preservation Repository Program at the University of Connecticut.

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Enslaved: Peoples of the Historical Slave Trade

A public free databases recording 500,000 named captive people, designed by data scientists at Michigan State University and distinguished historians and researchers.

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To request more information about the Farmington Room’s collections, please contact the library.

By Phone: (860) 673-6791

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By Mail:

The Farmington Libraries
Attn: Information Services
6 Monteith Drive
Farmington, CT 06032

Please supply a mailing address when requesting photocopies or extensive information. Genealogical queries are best handled by email or letter. Please note that extensive reference and genealogical queries are subject to a $25 per hour fee.

Digital photography of archival material is generally permitted and duplication of materials, with some restrictions, can be requested; there may be a small fee for duplication services.