The Middletown Alms House is a historic building in Middletown, Connecticut, constructed in 1813-1814. It was originally used as a poorhouse and is the oldest surviving building built for housing the poor in Connecticut, as well as one of the oldest such in the United States. One of the largest structures of the Federal period in Middletown,[citation needed] it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

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