The shameful state of the Old South Burial Ground

This Veterans Day, I’d like to draw attention to the Revolutionary War veterans buried in the Old South Burial Ground off Maple Avenue, next to the Fox Elementary School. They include Thomas Y. Seymour, who helped the Americans win two game-changing battles near Saratoga, N.Y., in 1777. Seymour, then a lieutenant, led a regiment that […]

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Multiple-choice trivia question!

Campfield Avenue is named after a military encampment created during which of these wars: A) King Philip’s War; B) the Revolutionary War; or C) the Civil War. Here’s the answer: https://www.hartfordhistory.net/trivia.html

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