Learn more about the extensive research process and primary source analysis involved in the Witness Stones Project and explore a series of original documents from the Greenwich area which illuminate the economic and legal framework that supported slavery. Greenwich Historical Society Manager of Youth and Family Programs Heather Lodge will join the discussion, sharing more about the history of enslavement at the Bush-Holley House and highlighting the agency, resistance, and contributions of the enslaved who lived there.
Dennis Culliton, M.A.T., C.A.G.S., is the Founder and Executive Director of the Witness Stones Project. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps before attending college at the University of Massachusetts, where he received degrees in anthropology and economics. After a decade working for the federal government, he went on to Quinnipiac University, graduating with a Master of Arts in Teaching in history. While in his third decade of teaching, he started the Witness Stones Project with his students in Guilford, Connecticut.
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