National Society Daughters of the American Revolution contains access to the Genealogical Research System; record copy services; search services; state and chapter web sites; DAR membership and interest form; as well as FAQ's such as what DAR is, what we do and who can become a member.
Connecticut Daughters of the American Revolution contains access to the National DAR website, all Connecticut Chapter web sites; all state level projects, activities and yearly calendar of events as well as DAR membership and interest form.
A portal created by the Department of Public Health giving access to all Connecticut town halls. The list also contains all city hall addresses and telephone numbers.
Information about state archives facilities and services, days and hours of operation, general reference information about the state and links to other resources.
Library card access.
They offer access to genealogy related sites including Heritage Quest and The Hartford Courant (1764-1922) and a CT digital collection which contains more than 4500 digital objects including oral histories, rare publications and archive material.
Museum and education center that contains a library of family history archives as well as genealogical resources. They have a searchable on-line catalog and 8000 objects in searchable e-museum.
A list provided by the Connecticut State Library that contains links to all of the local Connecticut Historical Societies.
Access to these records have been provided by the University of Connecticut through the Colonial Connecticut Records Project.