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Connecticut’s Blue Town Signs: New Hartford

New Hartford, Connecticut: "In 1732 the Connecticut General Assembly gave Hartford and Windsor permission to establish seven towns in the colony's Western Lands. New Hartford was given to…
Disasters

Union Station (Hartford)

Union Station, Hartford, Connecticut: Since 1889, Hartford's main rail passenger depot has been Union Station. Master architect Henry Hobson Richardson designed the station in the Richardsonian Romanesque style.…
Hartford

26 Hungerford Street

26 Hungerford Street, Hartford, Connecticut: 26 Hungerford Street, Hartford, Connecticut: A stone's throw from the Connecticut State Capitol is a street named for one of Hartford's founders, Thomas…
Chester
68 West Main Street
Demolished
Charles Dudley Warner Residence
Historical Markers
Connecticut’s Blue Town Signs: Farmington Canal
Chester
Connecticut River
Guilford
Cranbrook Tower
Historical Markers
Connecticut’s Blue Town Signs: Meriden
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Charles Dudley Warner Residence

Charles Dudley Warner Residence, Hartford, Connecticut: In Hartford’s Nook Farm neighborhood there once stood the residence of famed author, Charles Dudley Warner. His Victorian-era mansion on Hawthorn Street…
Factories

Tankerhoosen River

Tankerhoosen River, Vernon, Connecticut: Though few know it today, the Town of Vernon was once nicknamed Loom City. Before Vernon was incorporated from Bolton in 1808, several cotton…
Listings

Ten Historic Homes on the Connecticut Real Estate Market in 2023

1. Judah Woodruff House - 37 Mountain Spring Road, Farmington This grand estate, also known as The Cedars, traces back to at least 1760. An virtuoso architect named…
Abandoned
Lakesco Submersible
Lighthouses
Lighthouse Point Park
Gothic Revival
Connecticut State Capitol
Federal
Carrington House
Neoclassical
Kirtland Hall
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Yard Goats & the Origins of the New Haven Railroad – Part I
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Connecticut’s Blue Town Signs: New Hartford

New Hartford, Connecticut: "In 1732 the Connecticut General Assembly gave Hartford and Windsor permission to establish seven towns in the colony's Western Lands. New Hartford was given to…
East Haddam

Connecticut’s Blue Town Signs: East Haddam

East Haddam, Connecticut:    Incorporated 1734 This land was part of an original purchase from the Indians in 1662 for 30 coats – about $100. It included Machimoodus,…
Beacon Falls

Connecticut’s Blue Town Signs: Beacon Falls

Beacon Falls, Connecticut: "The lands of Beacon Falls first appear in history when Milford was settled in 1639. Northern boundary of Milford was Beacon Hill Brook, separating the…
Branford

Connecticut’s Blue Town Signs: Branford

Branford, Connecticut:   "In 1638 the New Haven Colony traded 'eleven coats of trucking cloth and one coat of English cloth made in the English fashion' to the…
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