Veterans Graves at the Andersonville Gun Memorial
Andersonville Memorial Gun
Veterans Graves in Yantic Cemetery
Grave marker of Henry F. Champlain, Prisoner at Andersonville, GA
Grave marker of Adam Oechler, Civil War Soldier who died at Andersonville, GA
Buckingham Memorial Sedgwick Post No. 1
Memorial cannon at the Buckingham Memorial
Buckingham Memorial Post
Buckingham Memorial Sedgwick G.A.R. Post No. 1
Buckingham Memorial also known as Segdwick Post #1 of the G.A.R.
Buckingham Memorial Cannon
Sign at Buckingham Memorial
The Memorial Cannon
Buckingham Memorial Plaque
Andersonville Gun Memorial in Yantic Cemetery
Gravesite of former Connecticut Governor William Buckingham
Engraving on Buckingham's gravemarker
Founders Cemetery at the dead-end on Lee Avenue
Gate at the Founders Cemetery on Lee Avenue.
Dedication plaque for the gates at Founders' Cemetery
The Mason Monument in the Founders' Cemetery on Lee Avenue.
Founders' Cemetery Gate Marker
Inscriptions on the Mason Monument in the Founders' Cemetery on Lee Avenue.
A bench in Founders' Cemetery on Lee Avenue
State of Connecticut Sign on the Norwichtown Green (front)
State of Connecticut Sign on the Norwichtown Green (back)
Meetinghouse on the Norwichtown Green
A view across the Norwichtown Green.
The former Jesse Brown Tavern and stage stop located across from the Norwichtown Green.
Former Jesse Brown Tavern at 77 East Town Street - currently the home of United Community & Family Services
Circa 1773 this building was built by Joseph Carpenter II, a clockmaker and goldsmith. It is thought to be the only wooden silversmith/goldsmith structure still surviving in New England.
Once Upon a Time Plaque between the SIlversmith and the School
Located at 73 East Town Street, this building was built circa 1773 by Joseph Carpenter II, a clockmaker and goldsmith. It is thought to be the only wooden silversmith/goldsmith structure still surviving in New England.
A brick schoolhouse that was constructed in 1783 and named for Dr. Daniel Lathrop who bequeathed 500 pounds for the endowment of a free grammar school. One of the oldest brick schoolhouses still standing in the State of Connecticut.
Example of Federal-style architecture on Elm Street.
Elm Street home.