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Dave Pelland on May 20th, 2009

A war memorial featuring a female allegorical figure representing patriotism and peace stands on a green near the corners of West Broad and Main Street in Stratford. The monument, at the east end of the West Broad Street Green, was dedicated in 1931 as a memorial to peace intended to honor the local men and […]

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Dave Pelland on May 6th, 2009

A collection of monuments near the War Memorial community center and gym in Danbury honor the service and sacrifice of local veterans and war heroes. The War Memorial, built in 1951 near the entrance to Rogers Park, was dedicated “to honor the dead [and] to serve the living.” The facility offers recreational facilities and community […]

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Dave Pelland on May 1st, 2009

An 1866 obelisk on the North Branford town green was among the first monuments in the state to honor Civil War veterans. The monument stands on the green along Foxon Road (Route 80), next to the Congregational Church, and was dedicated in April of 1866 — less than a year after the war’s conclusion.  The […]

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Dave Pelland on April 29th, 2009

A boulder on Middletown Avenue in the Northford section of North Branford honors local residents who served in the wars between the American Revolution and World War II. The boulder was first dedicated in 1920, when the bronze plaque on the front (east) face honored veterans of the American Revolution, Civil War and the World […]

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Dave Pelland on April 20th, 2009

A two-toned monument of pink and gray granite honoring Civil War veterans stands at the center of the green in Guilford.  The monument, featuring an infantryman standing with a rifle in his hands, was completed in two stages that were dedicated 10 years apart. The base, made of pink granite quarried locally, was dedicated in […]

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Dave Pelland on April 15th, 2009

Thomaston’s Civil War monument, dedicated in 1902, stands in a small park surrounded by monuments to the two World Wars and the conflicts that followed.  The Soldiers’ Monument is a multi-layered, square granite shaft topped by a caped infantryman holding a rifle by its barrel. The front (west) side of the shaft bears the dedication […]

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Dave Pelland on March 27th, 2009

 A granite monument to the Norwalk soldiers who fought and died in the first World War sits on the Norwalk Green, near the intersection of East Avenue and Park Street.  The monument, first dedicated in 1921, consists of five granite slabs mounted in a rectangular shape. The front (south) face bears the dedication “This monument […]

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Dave Pelland on March 26th, 2009

The town of Greenwich offers an impressive collection of monuments along Greenwich Avenue.  A granite monument outside the Greenwich Commons “pocket park” (in front of the Board of Education offices) was dedicated in 1956 to honor those lost in World War II and subsequent conflicts. The monument depicts a WWII-era solider staring toward the south […]

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Dave Pelland on March 11th, 2009

The armistice monument on West Haven’s green was dedicated in 1928 to honor local residents who died in World War I. Over the years, the monument and its surroundings have been revamped and rededicated to honor heroes of later conflicts, including the current war in Iraq.  The monument, on the Main Street (north) side of […]

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Dave Pelland on March 4th, 2009

Naugatuck’s World War Monument is located on Meadow Street, northwest of the Soliders’ Monument in the center of the Town Green. The monument, which was dedicated in 1921, features a large marble rectangular flagpole base that sits in a small park next to Salem School.  The front (or east) face of the monument bears the […]

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