Connecticut Daughters of the American Revolution
The Connecticut Daughters of the American Revolution (CTDAR) proudly own and maintain historic properties.
The home of Oliver Ellsworth, a delegate to the Continental Congress and the third chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. The historic museum is located at 788 Palisado Avenue in Windsor, CT. The museum is open to the public for tours from May through October.
The home of Governor Jonathan Trumbull, Connecticut’s patriot governor and the only colonial governor to support the American Revolution. The home is located at 69 West Town Street in Lebanon, CT, it is also open to the public for tours.
The Wadsworth Stables were originally located in downtown Hartford. On September 20, 1780, Jeremiah Wadsworth hosted the first meeting between Washington and Rochambeau at his Hartford mansion. During this meeting Washington’s horses were housed in the Wadsworth Stables. The stable is now located at 69 West Town Street in Lebanon, CT and is open to the public for tours.
These properties help us reach our mission of promoting historic preservation, education and patriotism.