The Irish Community in Stamford
Stamford’s First Major Immigrants
The exhibit features important Irish-Americans of Stamford from the late 1840s into the 20th Century. It maps the history of St. Johns Roman Catholic Church, the development of Irish construction firms, and the Irish entry into politics and civil service.
Next venue to be announced.
For information about the exhibit and its display availability, contact the Society at 329-1183 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
Sponsored by the Connecticut Humanities Council
The Connecticut Humanities Council (CHC) is a statewide non-profit institution located in Middletown, Connecticut that focuses its work on two time-honored traditions in the humanities-reflective reading of literature and exploration of history. CHC reading programs like Motheread/Fatheread and Book Voyages help parents and children strengthen family bonds by reading together while encouraging children to become lifelong, avid readers on their own. CHC heritage programs, often conducted in partnership with state and regional cultural organizations, fund exhibits, walking tours, cultural festivals, and community humanities projects that explore Connecticut’s diverse local heritage, as well as American and world history. Each year, the CHC produces and funds nearly over $2 million in cultural programming that enriches the lives of state residents and visitors statewide. For more information on the Connecticut Humanities Council and its programs please visit www.ctheritage.org or call .