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Business Established 1883 Building Completed 1889 Originally four Stories Fire 1896 — Stone Excavated 1976 Meeker 1889
In Memory of the Sacrifices And the Efforts of the Citizens of This Town Who Served in World War II ( 1236 names are listed. The following were Killed In Action ) Atwood, Ellsworth B. ★ Baculus, Edward ★ Baldwin, Stephen D. …
Distinguished by its clean lines and notched, flat breech, this 10-inch cannon was developed by U.S. Army Ordinance [sic - Ordnance] Lieutenant (later Major) Thomas J. Rodman. It was cast at Fort Pitt, Pennsylvania in 1862, carries serial number 3…
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This sculpture by Elbert Weinberg was commissioned by The Hartford Courant as part of a program initiated by Northeast magazine to bring works by distinguished Connecticut artists into the public domain. The abstract composition is made of stainle…
In This Vicinity Stood The Fortified House of Ensign Stanley Into Which the Colonists Fled From Unfriendly Indians 1700. The Clark Tavern Which Was Repeatedly Occupied By Detachments of Revolutionary War Soldiers And The Academy, 1784. O…
The present settlement of Waterbury was made on land in this region. The original settlement known as Town Plot was abandoned during King Philip's War and the town site was moved to this location in 1677. The Mattatuck Historical Society 1935
Cristoforo Colombo 1451 — 1506 Discoverer of America October 12, 1492
Ancient Nipmuck Indian territory. The Old Connecticut Path, an Indian trail from Massachusetts used by early colonists, crossed the region. The families of John and Sarah Perry and of William Ward, Senior, first settled this area in 1710, …
Putnam and The Wolf Following her tracks through one day and night in the early snow of December 1742 to the Connecticut River and back, the early settlers of this region here discovered the den of the She Wolf that had for years devast…
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