Connecticut Collections: apply now!

Interested in a powerful but affordable collections management system for your organization? Consider Connecticut Collections, a cloud-based CMS based on Collective Access software that comes with a searchable public portal and free digital preservation through the Connecticut Digital Archive.

Applications to join Connecticut Collections are due September 17th. To learn more, visit our website and email Diane Lee at ctco@clho.org.

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The League - YOUR League

Since 1950, CLHO has strengthened and sustained members by sharing knowledge and experience, and promoting best practices among museums, historical societies and all who steward Connecticut's heritage collections.  

What CLHO and You Do Together

  • Unite, support, and promote historical interests and activities statewide
  • Share contemporary trends that affect historical societies, museums and libraries,
  • Serve as a communication hub facilitating peer-to-peer networking,
  • Support those who promote and safeguard Connecticut’s cultural heritage,
  • Offer a flexible and responsive array of programs and publications
  • Advocate for increased support of Connecticut's heritage   
Get Involved!
Are you interested in helping out at CLHO?
Fill out this short answer form to learn more about our committees and TAGs (Task Achievement Groups) ,and find out how you can take part in many of CLHO's different initiatives. Thank you!

Upcoming events

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Catch Up on Keynotes of Change

In lieu of CLHO's Annual Conference, this year we offered a four-part free virtual lecture series focused on interpreting different strands of underrepresented history. If you missed the talks or just want to revisit them, you can find all the recordings on our YouTube channel.

Indigenizing Historical Narratives
Chris Newell, Abbe Museum

Latinos: The Not so New Kids on the Block
Juan David Coronado, Central Connecticut State University

Northern Slavery and the Preservation of Memory
Kyera Singleton, Royall House and Slave Quarters

Interrogating the Silence: Sharing the LGBTQ Past with Visitors
Susan Ferentinos, Public History Researcher and Consultant

Thanks to our sponsor, Connecticut Explored, for supporting Keynotes of Change.

Connecticut Explored: Connecticut history, one good story after another.

CLHO on YouTube

Want to catch up on our virtual programs? You can find recordings of our events on our YouTube channel, including all our Colleague Circles and other free programs, plus instructional videos on Connecticut Collections. Registrants for paid programs receive a link to event recordings afterward.

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heritage volunteers, professionals and allies
across Connecticut who work to protect,
interpret, and share 
Connecticut's multi-cultural story. 

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1615 Stanley Street
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