Proper DOT dustyoldthing_belowtitle

Have a Look Inside The House Where Mark Twain Spent His Happiest Years

During the time he was writing both The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court, the author we know as Mark Twain (AKA Samuel Clemens) was living in a gorgeous and very large home in Hartford Connecticut. Clemens later moved to Redding, CT, before his death in 1910. But, from 1874 to 1891 Clemens resided in the Hartford house in what can only be called a very fine lifestyle indeed. Have a look inside his Hartford home with us!

A Detailed Look Inside Mark the Hartford Home of Mark Twain

Samuel Clemens and his wife, Olivia with their 3 daughters (Susy, Clara, and Jean) at the Hartford house.

A Detailed Look Inside Mark the Hartford Home of Mark Twain

Main entryway. Via/ Library of Congress

A Detailed Look Inside Mark the Hartford Home of Mark Twain

Main staircase. Via/ Library of Congress

A Detailed Look Inside Mark the Hartford Home of Mark Twain

Dining room. Via/ Library of Congress

A Detailed Look Inside Mark the Hartford Home of Mark Twain

Another view of the dining room. Via/ Library of Congress

Click “Next Page” to see more of Mark Twain’s Hartford Home!

Proper DOT dustyoldthing_belowcontent
Outbrain desktop bottom of article