with James Woolsey on the Coltsville Historic District Location
Posted Apr 09, 2018
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Coltsville National Historic Park Superintendent, James Woolsey, discusses the Park's status in the Coltsville Historic District where Samuel Colt pioneered precision manufacturing and the production of firearms during the industrial revolution.
Hosted by: Eric ClemonsProduced by: Western New England Newsmakers Team
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