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Dave Pelland on September 3rd, 2020

A granite memorial in Waterbury’s Chase Park honors the wife of the monument’s donor as well as the Pilgrims who landed in Massachusetts. The Harrub Pilgrim Memorial, near the corner of Highland and Sunnyside avenues, was dedicated in 1930 to honor the Pilgrims as well as Rhoby Harrub, the wife of the monument’s donor Charles […]

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Dave Pelland on October 7th, 2013

Hartford honors the victims of the city’s worst disaster with a memorial on the site of the 1944 circus fire. On July 6, 1944, a fire during a performance of the Ringling Bros., Barnum & Bailey Circus claimed an estimated 168 lives and caused hundreds of injuries. Those lost and injured during the tragedy are […]

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Dave Pelland on July 29th, 2013

Rhode island founder Roger Williams is honored with a monument in, fittingly enough, Providence’s Roger Williams Park. The monument, dedicated in 1877, depicts a standing Williams holding a book inscribed with the words “soul” and “liberty”. At the monument’s base, Clio (the muse of history) is inscribing Williams’ name and 1636, the year of Providence’s […]

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Dave Pelland on April 29th, 2013

Stafford Springs honors business and political leader Charles Holt with a memorial fountain in a traffic near the intersection of Main Street (Route 190) and River Road (Route 32). The granite fountain was dedicated in 1894 to honor Charles Holt, owner of the Phoenix Woolen Co. and president of the Stafford Savings Bank. The fountain’s […]

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Dave Pelland on March 4th, 2013

UPDATE: The talk went well. We had a good audience and people said nice things afterwards. I enjoyed the event, and the opportunity to share some information about one of my interests. Thanks for having me.   On Monday, March 11, I’ll have the distinct honor of addressing the Civil War Round Table of South […]

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Dave Pelland on March 2nd, 2013

A friend in Gettysburg passed along this photo of the former Cyclorama building as demolition began on Friday. While the demolition is understandable – the building, which should not have been built 50-odd years ago on an historically significant part of the battlefield, leaked like a colander and had long outlived its usefulness – it’s […]

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Dave Pelland on February 18th, 2013

Derby honors the location of two Native American forts with inscribed boulders. The site of the “New Fort” is marked on the southwest side of Roosevelt Drive (Route 34,) near the section with Lakeview Terrace and across the street from the Osbornedale State Park garage. An inscription on the boulder’s northeast face reads, “The new […]

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Dave Pelland on December 24th, 2012

A stone cairn in western Massachusetts honors the construction of a local road that bypassed a dangerous hill. The Monument to the Automobile Age in Becket, Mass., was dedicated in 1910 to mark the opening of a bypass road that helped early motorists avoid the dangerous Jacob’s Ladder hill. Stones bearing the names of towns […]

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Dave Pelland on December 18th, 2012

Two English judges who fled a royal death sentence are honored at their hiding place high above New Haven. Judges Cave, at the summit of West Rock State Park, is a large rock formation that, to be fair, stretches the common idea of what a cave looks like. New Haven’s quasi-cave was the hiding place […]

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Dave Pelland on November 5th, 2012

Bridgeport honors aviation pioneer Gustave Whitehead with a memorial fountain in the city’s west end. The fountain was dedicated in May 2012 to honor Whitehead, who reportedly flew an early airplane in 1901 not far from the fountain’s location at the intersection of Fairfield Avenue and State Street Extension. The memorial features a replica of […]

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