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Connecticut’s Blue Town Signs: Meriden

Meriden, Connecticut: 1661 - Meriden area first settled when Jonathan Gilbert is granted land by Connecticut Colony and employs Edward Higbee to operate an inn.…
Demolished

Terry Water Wheel

Terry Water Wheel, Plymouth, Connecticut: At 268 Main Street is a wood and iron water wheel of pitch-back configuration dating back to at least 1830.…
East Haddam

Goodspeed Opera House

  Goodspeed Opera House, East Haddam, Connecticut: On the banks of the Connecticut River in East Haddam is one of the state's cultural and artistic wonders.…
Mansfield
Wolf Rock Nature Preserve
Dutch Colonial
Sun Tavern
Italianate
Edward Roland House
Churches
First Congregational Church of Danbury
Cheshire
Cheshire Correctional Institution
Gothic Revival
Wadsworth Atheneum
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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

Lakesco Submersible, Milford, Connecticut: On Rogers Avenue are two identical Colonial Revival houses built in 1915 for the daughters of Simon Lake, an inventor who…
Lighthouses
Lighthouse Point Park
Gothic Revival
Connecticut State Capitol
Federal
Carrington House
Neoclassical
Kirtland Hall
News
Yard Goats & the Origins of the New Haven Railroad – Part I
Listings
For Sale: Oxford House Built in 1769
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Signs & Markers

Historical Markers

Connecticut’s Blue Town Signs: Newington

Newington, Connecticut: "1636 - Newington valley used by Wethersfield settlers as a source for pipe staves, building materials and pasture lands. Pipestave Swamp, Cow Plain…
Historical Markers

Connecticut’s Blue Town Signs: Meriden

Meriden, Connecticut: 1661 - Meriden area first settled when Jonathan Gilbert is granted land by Connecticut Colony and employs Edward Higbee to operate an inn.…
Historical Markers

Washington Trail Marker

Washington Trail Marker, Wallingford, Connecticut: A brownstone historical marker and plaque commemorate two visits by George Washington as General of the Continental Army in 1775…
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