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Soldiers’ Monument, Seymour

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 … Continue reading

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Pro Patria Monument, Litchfield

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 … Continue reading

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Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument, Danielson

An 1878 monument at the northeast corner of a park in the Danielson section of Killingly honors the service of local residents in the Civil War. The somewhat understated Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument features a bronze infantry solider standing atop … Continue reading

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