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Pardee Rose GardenPlanted and Maintained underthe Will and Bequest ofWilliam Scranton Pardeeof this City as alasting Memorial of his MotherNancy Maria English PardeeMCMXXII
ASM InternationalThe Materials Information SocietyHas DesignatedThe Eli Whitney ArmoryAn Historical Landmark"On this site between 1798 and 1825, Eli Whitney built the first significant independent American armory. The development of materials proc…
To CommemorateThe Memory OfMajorA. Frederick OberlinAn Eminent SoldierAnd CitizenThis Bridge Which Was ErectedUnder His Supervision, Is Dedicated By The Town of Hamden AsThe" A. Frederick OberlinBridge"
Eli Whitney1765 - 1825Inventor of the Cotton GinOn this site in 1798, Eli Whitney established the first manufactory for the production of fire arms in the United States. Here he invented and used the uniformity system of manufacture now adopted th…
[ approximately 7, 130 names are listed on the ten plaques, front, back and ends ]
The Town of Hamden gratefully accepts the donation of the Campanile and the electronic Carillon by the children of Philip Paolella in honor of Ciro Paolella, founder and president of the Plasticrete Corporation. Born in Italy, in the province of …
The Freedom TreeWith The Vision of Universal FreedomFor All MankindThis Tree Is Dedicated ByThe Citizens of HamdenTo AllPrisoners Of WarAndMissing In Action1972
HamdenIncorporated in 1786, this town was originally part of New Haven and was named for John Hampden, noted English statesman. In 1798, at the foot of Lake Whitney, Eli Whitney pioneered in the use of interchangeable parts in the manufacture of a…