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ColumbusPresented To The City Of HartfordBy ItsItalian-AmericanCitizensDedicatedOctober 12, 1926
Near This SpotStood TheCharter OakMemorable in the Historyof theColony of ConnecticutAs The Hiding Place Of TheCharterOctober 31, 1687The Tree FellAugust 21, 1856[ back ]1905This MonumentErected by TheSociety of Colonial WarsThe State of Connectic…
Samuel Colt1814 - 1862On the grounds whichhis taste beautifiedby the home he lovedthis memorial standsto speak of his geniushis enterprise and hissuccess and of hisgreat and loyal heart[ back ]His wife in faithful affectiondedicates this memorial1905
Griffin A. StedmanTypical Volunteer SoldierOf the Civil WarCaptainMajorLieutenant ColonelBrigadier GeneralBorn at Hartford Conn., January 6, 1838Killed at Petersburg, Va. August 5, 1864[ south side ]This Monumentmarks the field extendingfrom this …
1834 ? Thomas McManus ? 1914 Born in Hartford he lived his life here and died rich in the esteem of his fellowsMajor of the 25th Infantry Connecticut Volunteers 1862 - 1863 he was a brave soldier beloved by his menUpon this field which was once th…
ConfuciusConfucius (551 B.C. to 479 B.C.), with the given name Qiu and stylized name Zhongni, was a native of Lu State (now Qufu city of Shandong Province) in the Spring and Autumn Period of Chinese history. He was a great thinker, educator and st…
97 Elm StreetChapman-Taft HouseErected by Charles & Sarah Chapmanin 1861. Bought in 1873by Dr. Cincinnatus A. Taft leadingHartford physician & Mark Twain'sfamily doctor. Members of theTaft family resided herefor nearly forty years.Restored in 1979…
[ tablet on the east tower ]In HonorOf The Men Of HartfordWho ServedAnd In Memory Of Those Who FellOn Land And SeaIn The War For The UnionTheir Grateful TownsmenHave Raised This Memorial[ tablet on the west tower ]During The Civil War1861-1865More…
Orville Hitchcock PlattSenator of the United StatesMDCCCLXXIX - MCMV
Joseph Roswell HawleyBorn MDCCCXXVI Patriot Soldier Statesman Died MCMVThe First Volunteer in Connecticut 1861 Brevet Major General 1865Governor 1866 1867Representative in Congress 1873 1875 1879 1881United States Senator 1881 1903