Historical Significance Scroll & Key is the second oldest senior secret society at Yale University. The society was founded in 1841 and its exotic tomb was designed in 1869….
Soldiers’ Monument, 1877, Manchester, CT Historical Significance The campaign to erect the Soldiers’ Monument in Manchester, CT, was prompted by the Colonel Albert Drake Post of the Grand Army….
Historical Significance Reverend Nathaniel Chauncey, Jr. was the first minister in Durham, CT and served the community from 1706 until his death in 1756. He was born in Hatfield Massachusetts….
Historical Significance In 1836, Horace Wells set up a well-received dental practice in Hartford, CT. Several years later, when he learned of the effects of nitrous oxide on the nervous….
Historical Significance The 1908 memorial to George Frisbie Hoar honors the man who helped to found the Massachusetts Republican Party in 1854. The seated, bronze figure of Senator Hoar is….
Historical Significance The third Civil War monument erected in New Haven, CT, the Broadway Civil War Monument was dedicated in 1905 and honors the First Connecticut Light Battery, and the….
Historical Significance General Israel Putnam was George Washington’s “right-hand man” during the Revolutionary War, and the subject the first biography written in America, Colonel David Humphrey’s “Essay on the Life….
Milk Row Cemetery, 1804, Somerville, MA Established in 1804, in what was then Charlestown, Milk Row Cemetery consists of a .71 acre parcel in Somerville, MA. Once part of….
Historical Significance Early colonial settlers to the area in 1700 included Samuel, Samuel Wetmore and Benjamin Allen and the burying ground established in 1737. The settlements became part of….
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