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Wethersfield, Connecticut, 1778

Map showing Wethersfield, CT

image courtesy of the Library of Congress

Wethersfield was a shipbuilding and trading town on the Connecticut River. Early in the war it was designated by British forces as a safe place to quarter prisoners and loyalist refugees. By the end of the war it was used by the Americans to house loyalist prisoners.

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