*  Hebron Center Historic District - Wikipedia
... on the surviving elements of the Hebron Green. In addition to many 19th-century houses, several churches and the town public ... Hebron Center Historic District encompasses most of the historic village center of Hebron, Connecticut. Centered on the ... The town of Hebron was incorporated in 1708, and has historically been agricultural for much of its history. Its town green, ... A series of fires in the 19th century wiped out virtually all of the village's 18th-century buildings, and only a handful of ...
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*  Gay City State Park - Wikipedia
... of the mill town that occupied the site for most of the 19th century. The park is managed by the Connecticut Department of ... Gay City State Park is a public recreation area on the Blackledge River in the towns of Hebron and Bolton, Connecticut. The ... Gay City State Park Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Gay City State Park Map Connecticut ... Bendici, Ray (December 2011). "Gay City, Hebron". Damned Connecticut. Retrieved January 27, 2013. "State Parks". State Register ...
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*  Dr. Elizur Hale House - Wikipedia
A 19th-century ell extends to the rear, housing modern amenities. ELizur Hale was the son of Captain Jonathan Hale and Sarah ( ... Elizur Hale House is a historic house at 3181 Hebron Avenue in Glastonbury, Connecticut. Built about 1780, it is a prominent ... having studied medicine, settled in his native town to practice. He died May 27, 1790, after having assiduously performed the ... Elizur Hale House is located in eastern Glastonbury, on the north side of Hebron Avenue (Connecticut Route 94), between Hill ...
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*  Connecticut Route 66 - Wikipedia
It then passes into Hebron, Connecticut, where it has junctions with Routes 85 and 316 in the center of town. It then enters ... The entire length of modern Route 66 was originally improved in the 19th century as various private turnpikes. The road from ... Connecticut State Highway Log Archived 2015-07-26 at WebCite Connecticut Routes, Route 66 Route map: Google Template:Attached ... From East Hampton via Marlborough to the Hebron-Columbia line, the road was the Hebron and Middle Haddam Turnpike that was ...
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*  Connecticut Route 85 - Wikipedia
The section of Route 85 south of Colchester can be traced to the 19th century Hartford and New London Turnpike. This portion of ... state of Connecticut linking the city of New London to the town of Bolton. Route 85 begins as a four-lane urban arterial road ... The road continues further north into the towns of Colchester, Hebron, and Bolton as a collector road (with arterial sections ... Connecticut State Highway Log Archived 2015-07-26 at WebCite Connecticut Routes, Route 85 ConnDOT map of Salem Route map: ...
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*  Jared Cone House - Wikipedia
The Jared Cone House is a historic house at 25 Hebron Road in Bolton, Connecticut. Probably built around the turn of the 19th ... The house's property originally included what is now the adjacent Herrick Park, donated to the town by owners in the 1960s. ... century but also including an older ell, it is one of the rural community's finest examples of Federal period architecture. It ... The Jared Cone House is located a short way south of Bolton center, on the west side of Hebron Road. It is a 2-1/2 story wood ...
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*  Hartford County, Connecticut - Wikipedia
In the late 18th and early 19th centuries, the establishment of several more towns resulted in minor adjustments in the bounds ... Hartford County contains the city of Hartford, the state capital of Connecticut and the county's most populous city, with an ... Hebron in 1708 (transferred to Tolland County in 1785), Coventry in 1712 (transferred to Windham County in 1726), and ... Each city or town is responsible for local services such as schools, snow removal, sewers, fire department and police ...
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*  Andover Center Historic District - Wikipedia
The central Connecticut town of Andover was established as a separate Congregational parish, mainly out of portions of Hebron ... The village benefited economically in the early 19th century from the early establishment of a small flaxseed oil mill, and by ... Many of the town's commercial and civic functions were relocated to the US 6 corridor in the mid-20th century. The historic ... It includes the town's first cemetery (established 1750), and five 18th-century houses, including the Georgian Phelps-Bingham ...
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*  Hartford and Surrounding Connecticut Hartford and Surrounding Connecticut U-Pick farms: Find a pick your own farm near you in...
Hartford and Surrounding Connecticut's pick your own farms and orchards for fruit, vegetables, pumpkins and more. The website ... Visit our 19th century basket and flower barn. Other Local Farm Products (Honey, Horses, Milk, Meat, Eggs, Etc.) (NOT pick-your ... 211 East Street, Hebron, CT 06248. Phone: (860) 228-3868. Email: [email protected]. Family owned and operated PYO blueberry ... 179, farm is on just past town line on left. And for a map to our farm, click here. Crops are usually available in July, August ...
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*  Julius Yemans Dewey - Wikipedia
"His son Simeon was the admiral's grandfather-Captain Simeon Dewey, born at Hebron, Connecticut, in 1770, who married Prudence ... was an American doctor of medicine and businessman in the state of Vermont during the 19th century. He was born in Berlin, ... He had excellent judgment, and prospered until he soon became one of the wealthy men of his town. At the age of fifty he had ... who turned to books rather than to the ax and plow of the farmer of three-quarters of a century ago, and became exceptional ...
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*  Hebron, New York - Wikipedia
The town of Hebron was formed 23 March 1786 and named after Hebron, Connecticut. Its namesake is the biblical Hebron, the ... built in the early 19th century, was purchased in 1990. The society published HEBRON: A Century In Review in 1988, with a ... There are seven hamlets in the town: Porter, Hebron, North Hebron, East Hebron, West Hebron, Belcher, and Slateville. The Town ... Hebron - <. > North Hebron - A hamlet near the north town line on County Road 31. Porter - A community north of East Hebron on ...
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*  Yeshivas Knesses Yisrael (Slabodka) - Wikipedia
It functioned from the late 19th century until World War II. From the second half of the 19th century, Kovno became a center of ... The Alter of Slabodka sent Rabbi Avraham Grodzinski to head this group and establish the yeshiva in Hebron. A branch was also ... Yeshivas Knesses Yisrael was a yeshiva located in the Lithuanian town of Slabodka, adjacent to Kovno (Kaunas), now Vilijampolė ... CT Yeruchom Levovitz, mashgiach ruchani, Mir yeshiva (Belarus) Saul Lieberman, professor of Talmud, Jewish Theological Seminary ...
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*  Meshomasic State Forest - Wikipedia
In the late 19th century and again in the 1940s two quarries in the Meshomasic State Forest were quarried for feldspar and mica ... Gold Lures Geologists to Connecticut CT DEP TImber Rattlesnake Factsheet Nike Missile Site HA-36[permanent dead link]. ... The current management goals for the forest include maintaining a quality water supply for the Portland town reservoir (located ... with smaller sections located in Glastonbury and Hebron. It is popular for mountain biking, hiking, and hunting. The Rangers ...
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*  Silhouettist Bios - Peggy McClard Antiques - Americana & Folk Art
19th century were characteristics sought by trained modern artists in the early 20th century. Powers' work represents some of ... Verstille worked in Connecticut, Philadelphia, southern Massachusetts, and New York City (where he obviously took notice and ... drawing talents towards neighboring Indians who often visited Hebron. One day during Mary's childhood, Hebron was visited by an ... King, belonging to a good family in this Town, after having dragged his family from Town to Town, left a note that he meant to ...
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*  Glastonbury, Connecticut - Wikipedia
In the 18th and early 19th centuries, Glastenbury was a shipbuilding town. Located on the Connecticut River, it had reliable ... Hebron, Bolton, and Manchester. The town center experiences a humid continental climate (Dfa). However, the rural parts of the ... "Glastonbury, CT : Town Facilities". www.glasct.org. Retrieved 2016-06-28. Connecticut portal Town of Glastonbury official ... The town's high school, Glastonbury High School, has 2,173 students, as of October 2013. The most notable town event is the CT ...
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*  Hartford Baptist Church - Wikipedia
During the 19th century it was locally involved in some major national issues, including the debate over slavery that ... Many of the settlers came from central Connecticut, hence the town's name for that state's capital. They brought the Baptist ... where together with a detachment from the neighboring town of Hebron they formed Company E of the 123rd New York Regiment. ... It is a brick church with tall wooden bell tower built in the late 19th century on the same site as the congregation's original ...
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*  Glastonbury Historic District - Wikipedia
from Hebron Ave. to Talcott Rd. in Glastonbury, Connecticut. In addition to a significant number of 17th and 18th-century ... The area's land use patterns were unaffected by 19th-century developments, since the town was bypassed by the railroads and ... The town was settled in the 17th century, and the town formally accepted the roadway late in that century. The basic route has ... There are a few brick buildings, mostly of 19th century construction, including the former and present town halls. Prominent ...
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*  Historical Jewish population comparisons - Wikipedia
The upshot is that some 2,000 European Jews converted to Christianity every year during the 19th century, but that in the 1890s ... Hebron also had a significant Jewish community. Together these communities formed what would be called the Old Yishuv. Again ... Storrs, Connecticut: North American Jewish Data Bank. Archived from the original (PDF) on February 9, 2012. Retrieved March 15 ... The majority of the 1,197,000 would not have been residents of the city, but rather were visiting for the festival. These ...
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*  Mamre - Wikipedia
Genesis connected it with Hebron or a place nearby that city. Mamre has frequently been associated with the Cave of the ... has been considered since the 19th century as the place where Abraham pitched his tents and saw the angels. Bronze age pottery ... CT: Praeger, 2006). Robert Alter, (tr.) Genesis, W.W.Norton & Co. āāNew York, London 1996 p.60 Horne, Thomas Hartwell (1856) An ... This article is about the ancient site and holy tree north of historical Hebron. For the Russian Orthodox monastery at Hebron ...
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*  Jebusite - Wikipedia
Ever since its discovery in the 19th century, Warren's Shaft, part of a system which connects the spring to the city, has been ... Binz, Stephen J. (2005). Jerusalem, the Holy City. Connecticut, USA.: Twenty-Third Publications. p. 2. ISBN 9781585953653. ... king of Hebron) (Jos 10:3), Sheshai and Talmai, sons of Anak (Jos 15:14) with Hurrian-based names. The Hebrew Bible describes ... paid the Jebusites the full value of the city, collecting the money from among all the Israelite tribes, so that the city ...
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*  List of New England towns - Wikipedia
For a time in the late 19th century and early 20th century, prior to the above municipal dissolutions, Knox County was entirely ... In Connecticut, coextensive towns/cities are listed as cities. Towns which include a city within, but not coextensive with, the ... Census Totals Andover Bolton Columbia Coventry Ellington Hebron Mansfield Somers Stafford Tolland Union Vernon Willington ... city) Malden (city) Marlborough (city) Maynard Medford (city) Melrose (city) Natick Newton (city) North Reading Pepperell ...
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*  Glens Falls, New York - Wikipedia
During the early 19th century, the New York State Canal System was crucial to the development of the state's economy. Lime, ... Serving the city and surrounding communities, the buses originate at the Ridge Street terminal, across from City Park and City ... In The Witch of Hebron (2010) by James Howard Kunstler, several characters visit Glens Falls. The Rick Bass short story "Field ... Conn. The Company name was changed at that time to Finch Paper LLC. Atlas then turned around and sold all of the forestland to ...
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*  Rachel's Tomb - Wikipedia
Jerusalem in the 19th Century: The Old City, Yehoshua Ben-Arieh, Yad Yitzhak Ben Zvi & St. Martin's Press, 1984, pp.286-287. ... In the Hebrew version given in Genesis, Rachel and Jacob journey from Shechem to Hebron, a short distance from Ephrath, which ... "Pilgrimage and the Jews'' (Westport, CT: Praeger, 2006). Pullan, W. (2013). Bible and Gun: Militarism in Jerusalem's Holy ... In the late 7th century, the tomb was marked with a stone pyramid, devoid of any ornamentation. During the 10th century, ...
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*  Steve Reich - Wikipedia
The Watermelons soundtrack used two 19th-century minstrel tunes as its basis, and used repeated phrasing together in a large ... Music of the twentieth-century avant-garde: a biocritical sourcebook,Greenwood Press, Westport, CT. (p.361) "Radio 3 Programmes ... The work, for percussion, voices, and strings, is a musical documentary, named for the Cave of Machpelah in Hebron, where a ... Reich used sampling techniques for pieces like Three Tales and City Life from 1994. Reich returned to composing purely ...
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*  National Register of Historical Places - CONNECTICUT (CT), Hartford County
Mid 19th Century Revival, Colonial Revival, Late Victorian Area of Significance: Architecture, Social History ... from Hebron Ave. to Talcott Rd. , Glastonbury Historic Significance: Architecture/Engineering Architectural Style: Other, ... Also known as Town Farm 463 Halliday Ave. , Suffield Historic Significance: Architecture/Engineering, Event ... CONNECTICUT - Hartford County Farmington Canal-New Haven and Northampton Canal (added 1985 - - #85002664) Also known as See ...
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