St. Casimir's Lithuanian Society

This building was originally known as Liberal Hall, operated by the Spiritual Harmonial Society. This group was organized by Cyrus Howe, father of Flavia Howe Thrall, well-known in the history of Poquonock for her clairvoyance and healing powers. Many Lithuanians were drawn to Poquonock by employment opportunities in the mills. In 1910 St. Casimir's Lithuanian Society was founded with 108 members. They purchased Liberal Hall for $475 and held their first meeting there in 1940. It is still operating with a membership of about 200 (about 50 members being of Lithuanian descent). © Windsor Historical Society.
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