Connecticut's State Historic Preservation Office
The Historic Preservation and Museum Division of the Connecticut
Commission on Culture and Tourism functions under state and federal law
as Connecticut's State Historic Preservation Office. The division
administers a broad range of federal and state programs that identify,
register and protect the buildings, sites, structures, districts and
objects that comprise Connecticut's cultural heritage. The division
operates five historic properties: Old New-Gate Prison and Copper Mine,
Henry Whitfield State Museum, Sloane-Stanley Museum, Prudence Crandall
Museum, and Viets Tavern.
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