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Were old and proud of it With more than 375 years under our belt weve been around the block more than once. From our Puritanical founding through the Industrial Revolu- tion multiple waves of immigrants and the social changes of the 1960s we have been inspired and transformed without losing our identity. As the home of Yale University Greater New Haven plays a pivotal role around the world. The region has been home to future Presidents Supreme Court Justices Nobel Prize winners journalism trailblazers and artistic icons. It is critical to remember that just as we have been influenced by them they have also been shaped by us. We may be a region of less than 600000 people but our global impact is indisput- able. To learn more about our past the New Haven Museum provides a comprehen- sive overview of the history of the City of New Haven while the historical societies of the suburban towns weave their own tales. The Yale University Campus Tour is a must-do for history buffs. As the stories of New Haven and Yale are so interconnect- ed the tour serves as both a welcome to Yale University and the City of New Haven. For a region of less than 600000 people our global impact is indisputable. Henry Whiteld House Michael CALL 1-800-332-STAY 15 history Amistad Tom BishopDiscovering Amistad