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Connecticut Farmhouse

  • Aired: 09/08/2008
  • 14:34
  • Rating: TV-G
Our contributor owns an old house that he believes has a story to tell. Between 1891 and 1906, the farm changed hands six times, and the names of the residents appear to be mostly Eastern European. Why did so many newcomers end up in this particular Connecticut home, and what accounted for the high turnover?
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How is this Connecticut farmhouse connected to the assassination of a Russian tsar?
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