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Dave Pelland on November 16th, 2009

A large cannon honoring Civil War and American Revolution veterans is one of several war memorials on the East Haven green. The cannon, a Civil War Rodman Gun, was dedicated in 1911. A plaque on the western face of its base reads, “This tribute to the worth of her sons, who have by land and […]

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Dave Pelland on November 6th, 2009

A 1928 flagpole in the center of the New Haven Green’s eastern section honors residents lost in the First World War. The dedication on the east face of the monument’s eight-sided base reads, “In grateful memory of her heroic sons who fell in the service of their country, 1917-1918, the city of New Haven erects […]

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Dave Pelland on November 4th, 2009

Branford honors its Civil War veterans with a tall 1885 obelisk on a hilltop between Town Hall and the Congregational Church. The monument features a standard-bearer standing atop a granite obelisk. A dedication on the front (north) face reads, “Branford, to her brave sons who fought in the war of the rebellion, 1861-1865. One country, […]

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Dave Pelland on November 2nd, 2009

A white concrete obelisk in Bridgeport’s Seaside Village honors residents who have served in the country’s wars. The obelisk, at the southern end of a green located near the center of the village, bears a dedication on its front (south) face reading, “Dedicated in honor of those men & women of Seaside Village who have […]

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Dave Pelland on October 28th, 2009

The city of Stamford honors veterans from the Colonial Wars through World War I with a 1920 monument in the heart of downtown. The Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument, in St. John’s Memorial Park, bears more than 4,400 names of residents on five large bronze plaques. The monument bears the dedication “In everlasting memory of Stamford’s […]

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Dave Pelland on October 14th, 2009

A 1904 granite monument in Seymour’s French Memorial Park honors the town’s Civil War heroes. The Soldiers’ Monument, whose design is based on a monument dating back to ancient Athens, features a granite infantry soldier standing atop a domed shaft supported by six pillars. A dedication on the front (south) face reads, “This monument is […]

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Dave Pelland on October 12th, 2009

Litchfield honors its Civil War heroes with a marble obelisk on the green. A dedication on the front (south) face of the monument, which was dedicated in 1874, reads, “Pro Patria” (“For one’s country in Latin). The dedication is the centerpiece of an artistic bas relief featuring two weeping soldiers, draped flags, crossed rifles and […]

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Dave Pelland on October 9th, 2009

Meriden boasts an impressive collection of military monuments along a nearly quarter-mile stretch of Broad Street (Rte. 5). The largest of the monuments, near the intersection of Broad Street and East Main Street, is the city’s 1930 World War Monument. The monument, by Italian sculptor Aristide Berto Cianfarani, features four figures (representing infantry soldiers, marines, […]

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Dave Pelland on October 7th, 2009

East Hartford honors its Civil War veterans with an 1868 obelisk erected at the highest point of Center Cemetery. A dedication on the base of the monument’s front (west) face reads, “The Union, it must and shall be preserved.” The west face also bears the U.S. and Connecticut shields, and a decorative element featuring a […]

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Dave Pelland on September 28th, 2009

A 1913 granite Civil War monument anchors an impressive collection of war memorials on the Glastonbury Green. The Standard-Bearer monument honors Capt. Frederick M. Barber, who served in the 16th Regiment of the Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, and other Civil War veterans from Glastonbury. Barber died from wounds suffered during the Battle of Antietam. A dedication […]

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