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In memory of the Trinity men who fought for the principles in which they believed with the Union and Confederate forces in the Civil War and of those who gave "the last full measure of devotion" ——————&…
Served as secretary to Admiral Farragut during the Battle of Mobile Bay ——————————— This Gun formed part of the Main Battery of Admiral Farragut's Flagship Hartford durin…
400 Feet due East of this tablet was the site of the first home of Israel Putnam in the Colony of Connecticut In 1739, he bought 514 ½ acres of the adjacent land from Governor Belcher at £5.0.0 per acre. In 1740, here he came from S…
Plaque 1In honor of the men & woman of Woodstock who served their Country during the Korean War 1950 - 1953 Plaque 2 The men and woman of Woodstock who served their Country during the Vietnam War 1964 - 1973
Hitching Post # 3 Animal control was a topic of government interest in Union early on. At a town meeting on December 25, 1738 Alexander McNall, (Union's first settler) was chosen fence viewer and Amos Stickney and W. Robert Paul were continued …
Buried 8-18-1984 by Union Historical Society Uncover 8-19-2034 This was the stepping stone to The Center School C. 1844 Plaque gift of Gertrude and Maurice Chappell
Abington Meeting House Erected 1751 Oldest Now Standing In Connecticut
Abington Congregational Meeting House Built 1751 Placed on National Register of Historic Places September 19, 1977 By United States Department Of Interior
Just south of here, Pulpit Rock Road joins Old Hall Road briefly and then turns west as a mostly unpaved road. Not far beyond the turn stands Pulpit Rock. This part of the road formed a small segment of the Connecticut path, which was part …
The intersection of two turnpikes brought about the growth of this settlement known for many years as Village Corners. The Norwich and Woodstock Turnpike began in 1801 to carry traffic northward to the Massachusetts line. About 1827 Center …
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