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Connecticut’s Blue Town Signs: Farmington Canal

Farmington Canal, Plainville, Connecticut:(A special edition blue historical marker) Farmington Canal (1828-1848) The “Long Level” section was the single most important factor in growth of…
Chester

Connecticut River

Connecticut River, Chester, Connecticut: Flowing 410 miles from the Canadian border to Long Island Sound, the Connecticut River is New England's longest river. It's one…
Guilford

Cranbrook Tower

Cranbrook Tower, Guilford, Connecticut: Guilford was founded in 1639 by Puritans who purchased land from Native Americans represented by a female chief, Shaumpishih. The coastal…
Historical Markers
Connecticut’s Blue Town Signs: Meriden
Demolished
Terry Water Wheel
East Haddam
Goodspeed Opera House
Mansfield
Wolf Rock Nature Preserve
Dutch Colonial
Sun Tavern
Italianate
Edward Roland House
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Cranbrook Tower

Cranbrook Tower, Guilford, Connecticut: Guilford was founded in 1639 by Puritans who purchased land from Native Americans represented by a female chief, Shaumpishih. The coastal…
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…
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…
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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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…
Historical Markers

Connecticut’s Blue Town Signs: Farmington Canal

Farmington Canal, Plainville, Connecticut:(A special edition blue historical marker) Farmington Canal (1828-1848) The “Long Level” section was the single most important factor in growth of…
Historical Markers

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…
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