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To professionally collect, preserve and authentically interpret both physical and intellectual resources which provide an educational understanding and appreciation for the 18th century heritage of New England and especially the Connecticut River Valley.
A reconstruction of the original fortified portion of Charlestown (nee Number 4) The Fort at No. 4 is an Open Air/Living History Museum whch focuses on civilian life in the Upper Connecticut Valley during the Colonial and Early Federal Eras. The Museum uses tge lens of this early period to engender a greater understanding of contemporary life.