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Dave Pelland on March 10th, 2010

A memorial gateway in the Westville section of New Haven honors local residents who served in the Civil War. The 1915 monument, at the entrance to the city’s Beecher Park, stands at the corner of Whalley Avenue and Philip Street.  Two plaques on the front (northeast) face of the monument bear a dedication reading, “Erected […]

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Dave Pelland on February 5th, 2010

A World War I recipient of the Distinguished Service Cross is honored with a monument in New Haven’s West River Memorial Park. Timothy Ahearn, an infantry corporal,  was honored for actions on October 27, 1918, near Verdun, France. After the officers and sergeants of his company had become casualties, Cpl. Ahern assumed command and organized […]

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Dave Pelland on January 25th, 2010

The service of Vietnam veterans from the greater New Haven area is honored with a collection of monuments on New Haven harbor. The 1988 Vietnam memorial consists of two monuments. The smaller of the two is a polished granite slab with a dedication on its front (north) face reading, “This memorial is dedicated in honor […]

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Dave Pelland on August 5th, 2009

A short update on the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument at the summit of New Haven’s East Rock Park: the city plans to replace the interior staircase that originally led to an observation deck 110 feet from the monument’s base. According to an article in today’s New Haven Register, the next phase of the monument’s restoration […]

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Dave Pelland on May 4th, 2009

The 110-foot tall Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument high above New Haven is visible for miles on a clear day. The monument, at the summit of East Rock Park, was dedicated in 1887 to honor soldiers and sailors who fought in the American Revolution, the War of 1812, the Mexican-American War and the Civil War. The […]

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Dave Pelland on April 17th, 2009

A 1903 granite monument dedicated to a Civil War regiment comprised primarily of Irish Americans stands in New Haven’s Bay View Park. The 9th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers monument is located in a park that served as the unit’s training ground and home for a few months following its formation in 1861. A caped infantryman stands with […]

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Dave Pelland on April 13th, 2009

A 32-foot column in a park at the intersections of Elm Street and Broadway in New Haven honors the service of four Connecticut regiments in the Civil War.  The column, topped by a bronze eagle and flanked by two granite soldiers, was  dedicated on June 16, 1905, to honor three infantry regiments and an artillery […]

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Dave Pelland on February 19th, 2009

The Knight Hospital Monument in New Haven’s Evergreen Cemetery was dedicated in 1870 to honor the 204 wounded Civil War veterans who died in the hospital and were buried near the monument.  The fact that the monument is not dedicated to veterans from a specific town or regiment makes it very uncommon among Civil war […]

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Dave Pelland on February 9th, 2009

The Soldiers’ Monument in New Haven’s St. Bernard’s Cemetery was dedicated (most likely) in 1889 by the state of Connecticut to honor residents killed in the Civil War. The monument is different from many war monuments of the era in several ways.  For example, the solider atop the monument is a flag-bearer, instead of the […]

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Dave Pelland on January 28th, 2009

The Defenders’ Monument, located at the intersection where Columbus and Davenport avenues meet Ella Grasso Boulevard (Route 10) in New Haven, commemorates the more than 150 local militia and students who combined to harass British troops who invaded the city on July 5, 1779. During the invasion, British troops attempting to capture a powder mill […]

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