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Patricia McCoy, professor of law, University of Connecticut School of Law, Hartford, Connecticut
Peripheral commentary explains Twain's family life, his involvement with the Civil War, friendship with Helen Keller, construction of a home in Hartford, Connecticut, and his connection with a neighbor, author Harriet Beecher Stowe.
1889 -- The coin-operated phone was patented in the USA by William Gray of Hartford, Connecticut. 1910 -- Death of Florence Nightingale, the `Lady With TheLamp' during the Crimean War.
* Connecticut Department of Public Health, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; ([dagger]) Morristown Memorial Hospital, Morristown, New Jersey, USA; and ([double dagger]) Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Silver Spring, Maryland, USA
"Happiness Follows Us Like a Shadow," the exhibition at New Langton Arts, documented fourteen of Fletcher's public-art and alternative-space projects such as "Now It's a Party" at Real Art Ways in Hartford, Connecticut, "The Sound We Make Together" at Diverse Works in Houston, and "Everyday Sunshine" at the Portland Institute of Contemporary Art.
The fact that the film is set in Hartford, Connecticut, suggests that its concerns lie not with the overt racial hatred often associated with the contemporary white South, but with subtler forms of prejudice, perhaps even with a disjunction between liberal rhetoric and lived reality more redolent of America since the Civil Rights Acts.
TREMONT REALTY CAPITAL, BOSTON, ARRANGED $20 million in financing for the refinance of a 196,726-square-foot Home Depot, through its Hartford, Connecticut, office.
She directs the White Mountain Summer Dance Festival and produces a week of dance events in Hartford, Connecticut, each year in honor of her late husband, Ted Hershey.
They were behind it from the beginning," says Mike Cormier, who manages Adam's Super Food IGA in West Hartford, Connecticut. Adam's Super Food raised more than $6,000 for the campaign.
Travelers Property Casualty, based in Hartford, Connecticut, has launched the Advanced Technology Program, which provides a variety of technology protection coverages.
Residents of Hartford, Connecticut, use a noise ordinance to bust an ice cream man charged with playing "Turkey in the Straw" too loudly and too late at night.

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