Early Civil Rights and Cultural Pioneers:The Easton Family — Now! Newington

By Steve Thornton In 1899, the John Farris Music store in Hartford received an unusual request. It was a letter, relayed from Australia, asking for information on Hosea Easton, a Hartford man who had recently died in Sydney. A notice was placed in the Hartford Courant requesting information from local residents. No one could identify him, […]

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