Connecticut's Indigenous Communities and Their Natural World

The Naugatuck Historical Society is happy to host a free presentation by Dr. Lucianne Lavin of the Institute of American Indian Studies. Dr. Lavin, a founding member of the state's Native American Heritage Advisory Council and Editor of the journal of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut, will discuss CT's indigenous communities' long, rich histories that extend back thousands of years. Join us in the historic Neary Ballroom on Church Street at 1:00pm.

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A Catalogue of House Styles  Naugatuck & New England  1450-Present

A Catalogue of House Styles Naugatuck & New England 1450-Present

Free Presentation at the Howard Whittemore Library

This talk traces styles originating in European Architecture and their subsequent adaptation for American family homes and some of Naugatuck's mansions. You will learn how American builders and designers played fast and loose with the conventions and broke rules to create eclectic American styles.

Speaker Donald Cromley, is an architect and professor. He divides his time between New York and Naugatuck. He has designed houses in New England and California.

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Stop in during the Naugatuck Downtown Summer Festival

Stop in and say hello while you are enjoying the second seasonal Naugatuck street party! We will be open during the festival so you can check out our exhibits in our Church Street location, share your favorite memory of Naugatuck and get an update on the progress of work on the Tuttle house. We look forward to seeing you.