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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 June 18th, 2012

  On Sunday afternoon, the 1887 Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument in New Haven’s East Rock Park was rededicated in a ceremony that took place on the monument’s 125th anniversary. The rededication was organized by the Connecticut 9th Irish Regiment, the Irish History Round Table and the Connecticut Irish American Historical Society. An honor guard from […]

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Dave Pelland on March 26th, 2012

Yale honors Nathan Hale with a statue outside his former Old Campus dormitory. Hale, named Connecticut’s state hero after being executed by British forces in 1776, is honored with a statue by noted artist (and fellow Yale alum) Bela Lyon Pratt. The statue depicts Hale just before his hanging in New York City. His last […]

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Dave Pelland on March 15th, 2012

Yale honors students and alumni killed in World War I with a cenotaph dedicated in 1927. The World War Memorial stands in the Hewitt Quadrangle, an area also known as Beinecke Plaza. A dedication on the monument’s southwest face reads, “In memory of the men of Yale who, true to her traditions, gave their lives […]

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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 December 6th, 2010

New Haven honors veterans of the Spanish-American and Philippine–American wars with a statue of a Marine. The Spanish-American War Monument in Edgewood Park was dedicated in 1926 to honor veterans of that war, the 1902 Philippine Insurrection and 1901-2 China Relief Expedition. The monument depicts a Marine wearing a floppy hat and charging with a […]

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Dave Pelland on August 29th, 2010

A New Haven site that’s hosted a series of forts now bears the name of American Revolution hero Nathan Hale. Fort Nathan Hale Park is a 20-acre historic and recreational site on the eastern shore of New Haven Harbor. The park features reconstructions of American Revolution and Civil War forts as well as a statue […]

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Dave Pelland on July 14th, 2010

New Haven honors its firefighters with a monument and burial plot in the city’s Evergreen Cemetery. A dedication plaque on the front (east) face of the 1877 Firemen’s Monument reads, “Erected to the memory of the firefighters of the city of New Haven by the Firemen’s Benevolent Association.” The east face also features plaque commemorating […]

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Dave Pelland on June 25th, 2010

New Haven honors shipping and railroad investor Cornelius Scranton Bushnell, best known for his contributions to Civil War ironclads, with a monument in Monitor Square. The 1906 monument near the intersection of Chapel Street and Derby Avenue honors Bushnell, a Madison native who operated a marine supply business, served as president of the New Haven […]

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Dave Pelland on June 23rd, 2010

Connecticut’s African American Civil War veterans are honored with a 2008 monument in a New Haven park. Descendants of the Connecticut 29th Colored Regiment, Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, dedicated the monument in New Haven’s Crisculo Park. The 900 soldiers who fought with the regiment are honored with a large, polished black granite monument. Eight smaller monuments, […]

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