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Dave Pelland on August 11th, 2011

Ellington honors its veterans and war heroes with a pair of monuments on the town green. Veterans of World War I and earlier conflicts are honored with a granite monument, dedicated in 1926, near the intersection of Maple Street (Route 140) and Main Street (Route 286). A bronze marker on the monument’s east face bears […]

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Dave Pelland on August 9th, 2011

Vernon honors its veterans with a memorial hall and several monuments in the heart of its Rockville section. Construction began for Memorial Hall in 1889, and the building was finished a year later. The building originally contained a meeting hall for the local Grand Army of the Republic chapter, a courtroom and municipal offices. Today, […]

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Dave Pelland on August 4th, 2011

Hebron honors its war veterans with several monuments on its Memorial Green. The green, near the intersections of Route 66 (Main Street) and Route 85 (Church Street), features four memorials to veterans from the Civil War, the World Wars, Korea and Vietnam. The newest monument on the green, honoring Hebron residents who died while serving […]

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Dave Pelland on August 2nd, 2011

Yale honors students and graduates killed in the country’s wars with memorials in the lobby of Woolsey Hall. Woolsey Hall’s lobby walls feature large marble slabs, arranged by war, inscribed with the names, military and Yale affiliations, and date and place of death. The Civil War memorial, flanking the corridor between the hall’s rotunda and […]

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Dave Pelland on July 26th, 2011

The Rowayton section of Norwalk honors local veterans with a Civil War cannon mounted at the intersection of Rowayton and Wilson avenues. The memorial gun, a 100-pounder Parrott rifle, was dedicated in 1901 to honor local Civil War veterans. A dedication engraved on the front (north) face of the monument’s base reads, “Memorial gun. Reminding […]

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Dave Pelland on July 22nd, 2011

Today we continue our look at the monuments along Bristol’s Memorial Boulevard. The newest Memorial Boulevard monument was dedicated in 2011 to honor Bristol’s Civil War veterans. Bristol dedicated a brownstone Civil War monument in 1866 in the city’s West Cemetery (one of the earliest in the state), and added a the Memorial Boulevard monument […]

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Dave Pelland on July 19th, 2011

Bristol honors its war heroes and veterans with a collection of monuments along a tree-lined avenue and park. Bristol’s Memorial Boulevard was dedicated in 1921 to honor the city’s World War I veterans. Over the years, the collection of monuments has grown to honor the service of Bristol’s veterans as well as the sacrifice of […]

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Dave Pelland on July 14th, 2011

Stamford honors its veterans with a collection of monuments in a downtown plaza dedicated in 1977. Veterans Park, near the intersection of Main and Atlantic streets, features a bronze Doughboy figure, several large granite slabs, a statue of Abraham Lincoln, and a monument honoring the founders of Stamford. The central figure in the plaza is […]

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Dave Pelland on July 12th, 2011

Plainville honors local veterans with several monuments in a downtown park established in 1945. Plainville’s Civil War veterans are honored with the Defenders of the Flag Monument, which was dedicated in 1913. The granite monument features a standard-bearer atop a granite monument inscribed on its front (northwest) face with the simple dedication, “In memory of […]

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Dave Pelland on July 8th, 2011

New Canaan honors its war heroes with a large Celtic cross on an historic green. The Wayside Cross, at the intersection of Main and Park streets, stands on a corner of the triangular green, surrounded by three churches, known as “God’s Acre.” The Wayside Cross, dedicated in 1923, features allegorical scenes representing the American Revolution, […]

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