Publications & Presentations

AHS staff often make presentations at professional conferences and publish in scholarly journals. We are frequent speakers at local and regional historical societies and other events. We are often asked to present project research in more accessible formats than technical reports or scholarly publications, so we produce public education materials such as book-length publications, brochures, and websites. We have also participated in public broadcasting radio and television programs.

AHS staff-authored publications include:


  • Highways to History: The Archaeology of Connecticut’s 18th-Century Lifeways
  • Pathways to the Past
  • Connecticut’s Historic Highway Bridges
  • Where Water Meets Land: Historic Movable Bridges of Connecticut
  • En Evant with our French Allies
  • Rhode Island Historic Highway Bridges


  • Cady-Copp Homestead
  • World War II “Hellcat” Sites
  • Peter Grohman House and Cigar-Making Shop Archaeological Site
  • Clark Farm Tenant House Archaeological Site
  • Ebenezer Story Homestead and Tavern Site
  • Quinebaug River Prehistoric Archaeological District
  • Glimpses of Wilton Prehistory