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The history, culture and politics of Connecticut's Native Americans. Mohegan Gladys Tantaquidgeon and the Tantaquidgeon Museum were a key to the resurgence of the Mohegan Tribe.
From the Colonial period to today, Connecticut has benefited from its location between the two major cities. How has our sense of place and of ourselves changed through the years?
Hartford's Revolver King Sam Colt and his wife Elizabeth were international media stars in the 19th century. Colt's state-of-the-art firearms won wars and created an industrial empire.
How the sea influences state history, culture, agriculture and commerce. Walter Cronkie narrates the story, which spans native fishing to today's tourism industry.
Seven U.S. Supreme Court cases involving Connecticut residents set precedents in reproductive rights, religious freedom, civil rights, affirmative action, the right of assembly, and more.
The story of Eastern Connecticut, from the Revolution to the casinos. The towns east of the Connecticut River share a geographical area but what do they have in common?
In Connecticut all roads lead to the suburbs, but it's taking longer to get there or anywhere else. How transportation policy impacts how we get around, the state economy, and its culture.
Four Rogers and five Sullivan brothers served together on the USS Juneau in WWII. All but one died with 700 shipmates in a U.S. naval disaster. The Navy hid the facts behind the loss for 52 years.
The history and rebirth of the Mashantucket Pequot tribe. Former Chairman Skip Hayward brought the tribe back together, acquired federal recognition, and opened a very lucrative casino.
The Mashantucket Pequot's World Championship of Indian Song and Dance features Native dance, drumming, singing, craft, and food in the country's biggest powwow.
USS Nautilus was the first nuclear submarine. It proved that nuclear power could boost the power, durability and stealth of subs. It was also proof-of-concept for civilian nuclear energy.
The legendary Mohegan sachem Uncas was a major player in 17th-Century America. He befriended the colonists, helped to vanquish tribal rivals, and saved his people.
The life and times of Connecticut's most popular media personality ever. Bob Steele brightened the mornings of radio listeners for more than 65 years in an unparalleled career.
Our love for the suburbs is a defining part of life in the state. Connecticut is one of the most highly suburbanized states in the country. The suburbs are where we want to be, but at what price?
Connecticut's farmers helped to build the state, give sustenance to millions, and provide residents with a special sense of place. The story of Connecticut agriculture, narrated by Sam Waterston.
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