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Isaiah Tuttle House

Major Isaiah Tuttle was an important early settler of the northeast corner of Torrington. This home, built in 1803, operated as a tavern for many years and may have served as an Underground Railroad station. Isaiah Tuttle’s eldest son Uriel, was for many years president of the Litchfield County Anti-Slavery Society, and at the time of his death, president of the Connecticut Anti-Slavery Society. Although the history is not as well documented as that of Uriel’s home at 3925 Torringford Street, this association lends to the likelihood that the Isaiah Tuttle house was also involved in the Underground Railroad.


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