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The New Haven Colony Historical Society, established in 1862, is the oldest organization in New Haven that collects, preserves, and interprets the rich local history of the city and its people. The historical society has regularly published works of scholarly and general interest, and that rich tradition continues with New Haven: Reshaping the City, 1900-1980.
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