Tag Archives: William Lanson

Governors Briefing

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Connecticut has yet to elect a Black governor. But at least 22 “Negro Governors,” as they were commonly known at the time, were elected between the 1750s and 1850s by enslaved and free Black men statewide…

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Pier Review

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A grinding, honking orchestra of an estimated 140,000 cars per day crosses over the old skeleton of Long Wharf, New Haven’s oldest pier. This remnant of the city’s economic heyday, when it was a West Indian trading port, sits buried …

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Pier Review

Long Wharf circa 1868

The grinding, screeching, honking orchestra of an estimated 140,000 cars per day crosses over the old skeleton of Long Wharf, New Haven’s oldest pier. This remnant of the city’s…

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Pier Review

Long Wharf circa 1868

A grinding, screeching, honking orchestra of 140,000 cars per day crosses over the old skeleton of Long Wharf, New Haven’s oldest pier. This remnant of the city’s economic heyday, when it was a West Indian trading port, sits buried below …

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