National Historic Landmark. Living History Center.
The Mary Barnes Society
THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-EIGHT YEARS AGO, ON JANUARY 25, 1663,
MARY BARNES OF FARMINGTON
WAS HANGED AS A WITCH ON
GALLOWS HILL IN HARTFORD.
The Mary Barnes Society at Stanley-Whitman House will mark the 358th anniversary of her hanging by premiering a series of online presentations on the Museum’s YouTube channel from January 22-25 followed by a Zoom panel discussion (prerecorded) and a Zoom reception (live).
Happy 300th Birthday, S-WH!
Stanley-Whitman House is 300 on December 31, 2020!
On the occasion of the Tercentenary of Stanley-Whitman House, the Museum presents an online Symposium in four parts highlighting its illustrious builder and past residents of this National Historic Landmark House given by its esteemed historians Betty Coykendall, Lisa Johnson, and Sherra Palmer.
Stanley-Whitman House is currently closed for indoor programs and historic house tours. We are open for outdoor programs and tours, online exploration, research requests, and donations.
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