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This viewpoint extends the museum sites of the Connecticut Impressionist Art Trail - Connecticut's Millennium Legacy Trail - to the outdoor settings that artists portrayed at the turn of the 20th century in a manner that came to be called American…
To Honor The Men OfCamp MacedoniaCompany 1191Established 1935Civilian Conservation Corps1933-1942Created ByPresident Franklin D. RooseveltRenewing The Country's Natural ResourcesAnd Challenging The Human SpiritOf A Nation In Depression
Seven Hearths1751-1754 Built by John Beebe Jr. 1919-1978 Home of George Laurence Nelson 1979- ? ? Kent Historical Society On the National Register of Historic Places
To Honor All Kent Veterans Who DefendedOur Country During Peace And WarKorean WarAckerman John · Andrews Thomas Lester · Andrews, III Orville A. · Bartlett George H. · Bartlett Henry M. · Bartlett Rod · Be…
A Tribute ofHonor and Gratitudeto her citizenswho fought forLiberty and Union1861 - 1865 Erected by the people of Kent1885
Flanders District, center of the First Division of land, housed the original Proprietors. Cobble Brook provided water and power for forges, tannery, cider, grist, fulling, and sawmills. Here were the first two churches, the school, general store, …