See separate pages for specific events. For very specific topics, see the Previous Topics guide.
See our regular research guides too.
The focus of the Museum and its collections is Connecticut’s government, military and industrial history. Permanent and changing exhibits trace the growth of the State and its role in the development of the nation from the Colonial era to the present.
These are some examples. See also specific topics on sub-pages.
These are some general resources, see specific topic sub-pages for additional examples.
Items listed in these guides are not necessarily available through the Connecticut State Library, especially subscription databases. Many of the federal documents will be.
Peace has been used in various ways through out history - sometimes "peace keeping" meant war, other times lack of war, and other times used with objecting to violence. It is the researcher's responsibility to determine the usage.
The Connecticut State Library has many older books that reflect thinking of the time.