Cultural Resources

As described by the CT Commission on Culture & Tourism’s, 2005-2008 Strategic Plan, ‘culture’ is “a shared, learned system of values, beliefs and attitudes that members of society use to interpret the world and relate to one another and the built and natural environments.”  The City’s landscape has contributed to this interpretation as a resource to fertile fishing grounds, home to some of the region’s earliest settlements, aiding in America’s independence, and innovating the ship building and maritime industries still present today. Information further explaining these contributions are provided below.

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