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The following are very rough drafts for articles on NRHP places in this county, made available for editors to use in starting articles or in refining existing articles. To use, please cut-and-paste text from here to the article.

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Richard Alsop IV House[edit]

Try also Davison Art Center (oth1 alternative name)

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What links to Richard Alsop IV House What links to Alsop, Richard IV, House

{{Infobox nrhp | name = Alsop, Richard IV, House
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  | location= 301 High St., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
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  | built = 1840
  | architect = Town,Ithiel
  | architecture = [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]], [[Classical Revival architecture|Classical Revival]]   | added = October 6, 1970
  | area = {{convert|3|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 70000686<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Alsop, Richard IV, House is a property in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1970 .

The property is or was also known as Davison Art Center.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in 1840.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Town,Ithiel.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Classical Revival architecture|Classical Revival]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|3|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/70000686.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Alsop, Richard IV, House / Davison Art Center
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/70000686.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

==References==
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[[Category:Middlesex County, Connecticut]]
[[Category:Greek Revival architecture in Connecticut]]
[[Category:Classical Revival architecture in Connecticut]]
[[Category:Houses in Middlesex County, Connecticut]]
[[Category:1840 architecture]]


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Arrawanna Bridge[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Arrawanna Bridge
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | location= Berlin St. at Coginchaug R., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
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  | built = 1918
  | architect = Connecticut Highway Department
  | architecture = [[open-spandrel concrete arch architecture|open-spandrel concrete arch]] and Other 
  | added = September 29, 2004
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = State
  | refnum = 04001092<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Arrawanna Bridge is a property in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2004 .

The property is or was also known as Bridge No. 4536.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in 1918.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Connecticut Highway Department.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[open-spandrel concrete arch architecture|open-spandrel concrete arch]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/04001092.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Arrawanna Bridge / Bridge No. 4536
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/04001092.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

==References==
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[[Category:National Register of Historic Places in Connecticut]]
[[Category:Middlesex County, Connecticut]]
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[[Category:Houses in Middlesex County, Connecticut]]
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BOC Site[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = BOC Site
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  | location= Address Restricted, [[Haddam, Connecticut]]
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  | built =  
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  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = October 15, 1987
  | area = {{convert|0.1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | mpsub = [http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf Lower Connecticut River Valley Woodland Period Archaeological TR ]
  | refnum = 87001218<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
BOC Site is a property in [[Haddam, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1987 .

The property is or was also known as Site 61-57.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|0.1|acre}} with just one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/87001218.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: BOC Site / Site 61-57
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/87001218.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>


TEMPORARY NOTE: get complete url at [[wp:MPS]] for reference following and for infobox above.

The property was covered in a study of Lower Connecticut River Valley Woodland Period Archaeological TR
<ref name=mps>{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf
|title=National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Submission: Lower Connecticut River Valley Woodland Period Archaeological TR
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}}</ref>


Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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[[Category:National Register of Historic Places in Connecticut]]
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Belltown Historic District[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Belltown Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Roughly Main St. between W. High St. and CT 16, and portions of cross Sts. W. High, Barton Hill-Summit, and Skinner, [[East Hampton, Connecticut]]
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  | built =  
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]], [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]], and [[Federal architecture|Federal]] 
  | added = October 28, 1985
  | area = {{convert|145|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private ; Local ;  
  | refnum = 85003543<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Belltown Historic District is a {{convert|145|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[East Hampton, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1985 .

It includes [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]], [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]], and [[Federal architecture|Federal]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 145 [[contributing buildings]],  and six [[contributing sites]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are 31 non-contributing buildings.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/85003543.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Belltown Historic District
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/85003543.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

==References==
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[[Category:National Register of Historic Places in Connecticut]]
[[Category:Middlesex County, Connecticut]]
[[Category:Greek Revival architecture in Connecticut]]
[[Category:Late Victorian architecture in Connecticut]]
[[Category:Federal architecture in Connecticut]]
[[Category:Historic districts in Middlesex County, Connecticut]]


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Bishop Rockshelter[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Bishop Rockshelter
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | location= Address Restricted, [[East Haddam, Connecticut]]
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  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =  
  | architect =  
  | architecture = 
  | listed = July 31, 1987 <- date of something perhaps not listing
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | mpsub = [http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf Lower Connecticut River Valley Woodland Period Archaeological TR ]
  | refnum = 87002606<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Bishop Rockshelter is or was a property in [[East Haddam, Connecticut]] that had a status change in the [[National Register of Historic Places]] NRIS database in 1987 .

The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/87002606.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Bishop Rockshelter
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/87002606.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>


TEMPORARY NOTE: get complete url at [[wp:MPS]] for reference following and for infobox above.

The property was covered in a study of Lower Connecticut River Valley Woodland Period Archaeological TR
<ref name=mps>{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf
|title=National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Submission: Lower Connecticut River Valley Woodland Period Archaeological TR
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}}</ref>


Temporary notes:
Its listing status is DO, which means DETERMINED ELIGIBLE/OWNER OBJECTION.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

==References==
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Black Horse Tavern (Old Saybrook, Connecticut)[edit]

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What links to Black Horse Tavern (Old Saybrook, Connecticut) What links to Black Horse Tavern

{{Infobox nrhp | name = Black Horse Tavern
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  | location= SE of Old Saybrook at 175 N. Cove Rd., [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]]
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  | built = c.1712
  | architect = Burrows,John
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = December 1, 1978
  | area = {{convert|1.3|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 78002851<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Black Horse Tavern is a property in [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1978 .

It was built or has other significance as of c.1712.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Burrows,John.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|1.3|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/78002851.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Black Horse Tavern
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/78002851.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

==References==
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Bridge No. 1132[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Bridge No. 1132
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | location= CT 80 at Hammonsasset River, [[Killingworth, Connecticut]]
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  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = 1934
  | architect = Connecticut Highway Department ; Osborn-Barnes Construction Co.
  | architecture = [[open-spandrel concrete arch architecture|open-spandrel concrete arch]] and Other 
  | added = September 29, 2004
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = State
  | refnum = 04001091<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Bridge No. 1132 is a property in [[Killingworth, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2004 .

It was built or has other significance in 1934.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Connecticut Highway Department  and Osborn-Barnes Construction Co..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[open-spandrel concrete arch architecture|open-spandrel concrete arch]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/04001091.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Bridge No. 1132
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/04001091.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

==References==
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[[Category:Middlesex County, Connecticut]]
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Bridge No. 1603[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Bridge No. 1603
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | location= Devil's Hopyard Rd. (Rt. 434) over unnamed brook, Devil's Hopyard SP, [[Millington, Connecticut]]
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  | built = 1937
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Vernacular, rustic architecture|Vernacular, rustic]] and Other 
  | added = July 29, 1993
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | mpsub = Connecticut State Park and Forest Depression-Era Federal Work Relief Programs Structures TR<ref name=mraCTdepressionEra/>
  | refnum = 93000641<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Bridge No. 1603 is a property in [[Millington, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1993 .

It was built or has other significance in 1937.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Vernacular, rustic architecture|Vernacular, rustic]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/93000641.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Bridge No. 1603
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/93000641.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>


The property was covered in a 1985 Connecticut state-wide study of 15 depression-era CCC, FERA, CWA, and WPA structures.
<ref name=mraCTdepressionEra>{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/64000087.pdf
|title=Connecticut State Park and Forest Depression-Era Federal Work Relief Programs Structures Thematic Resources
|author=Mary Elizabeth McCahon and John Herzan
|publisher=National Park Service |date=December, 1985 |accessdate=}}</ref>

Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

==References==
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[[Category:Middlesex County, Connecticut]]
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Bridge No. 1604[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Bridge No. 1604
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  | location= Devil's Hopyard Rd. (Rt. 434) over Muddy Brook, Devil's Hopyard SP, [[Millington, Connecticut]]
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  | added = July 29, 1993
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | mpsub = Connecticut State Park and Forest Depression-Era Federal Work Relief Programs Structures TR<ref name=mraCTdepressionEra/>
  | refnum = 93000642<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Bridge No. 1604 is a property in [[Millington, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1993 .

It was built or has other significance in 1937.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Vernacular, rustic architecture|Vernacular, rustic]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/93000642.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Bridge No. 1604
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/93000642.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>


The property was covered in a 1985 Connecticut state-wide study of 15 depression-era CCC, FERA, CWA, and WPA structures.
<ref name=mraCTdepressionEra>{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/64000087.pdf
|title=Connecticut State Park and Forest Depression-Era Federal Work Relief Programs Structures Thematic Resources
|author=Mary Elizabeth McCahon and John Herzan
|publisher=National Park Service |date=December, 1985 |accessdate=}}</ref>

Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

==References==
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[[Category:Middlesex County, Connecticut]]
[[Category:Vernacular, rustic architecture in Connecticut]]
[[Category:Houses in Middlesex County, Connecticut]]
[[Category:1937 architecture]]


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Bridge No. 1605[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Bridge No. 1605
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Devil's Hopyard Rd. (Rt. 434) over unnamed brook, Devil's Hopyard SP, [[Millington, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
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  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = 1937
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Vernacular, rustic architecture|Vernacular, rustic]] and Other 
  | added = July 29, 1993
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | mpsub = Connecticut State Park and Forest Depression-Era Federal Work Relief Programs Structures TR<ref name=mraCTdepressionEra/>
  | refnum = 93000643<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Bridge No. 1605 is a property in [[Millington, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1993 .

It was built or has other significance in 1937.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Vernacular, rustic architecture|Vernacular, rustic]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/93000643.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Bridge No. 1605
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/93000643.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>


The property was covered in a 1985 Connecticut state-wide study of 15 depression-era CCC, FERA, CWA, and WPA structures.
<ref name=mraCTdepressionEra>{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/64000087.pdf
|title=Connecticut State Park and Forest Depression-Era Federal Work Relief Programs Structures Thematic Resources
|author=Mary Elizabeth McCahon and John Herzan
|publisher=National Park Service |date=December, 1985 |accessdate=}}</ref>

Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

==References==
{{reflist}}


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[[Category:National Register of Historic Places in Connecticut]]
[[Category:Middlesex County, Connecticut]]
[[Category:Vernacular, rustic architecture in Connecticut]]
[[Category:Houses in Middlesex County, Connecticut]]
[[Category:1937 architecture]]


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Broad Street Historic District (Middletown, Connecticut)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Broad Street Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Roughly bounded by High, Washington, Broad and Church Sts., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
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  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
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  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =  
  | architect = Sage,Barzillai ; Et al.
  | architecture = [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]], [[Federal architecture|Federal]], [[Greek Revival;Italianate architecture|Greek Revival;Italianate]], and Other
  | added = August 25, 1988
  | area = {{convert|27|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private ; Local
  | refnum = 88001319<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Broad Street Historic District is a {{convert|27|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1988 .

It was designed and/or built by Sage,Barzillai  and Et al..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]], [[Federal architecture|Federal]], [[Greek Revival;Italianate architecture|Greek Revival;Italianate]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 112 [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are five non-contributing buildings.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/88001319.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Broad Street Historic District
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/88001319.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

==References==
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[[Category:Federal architecture in Connecticut]]
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Benjamin Bushnell Farm[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Bushnell, Benjamin, Farm
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 52 Ingham Hill Rd., [[Essex, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
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  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =  
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]] and [[Federal architecture|Federal]] 
  | added = May 10, 1990
  | area = {{convert|11|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 90000761<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Bushnell, Benjamin, Farm is a property in [[Essex, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1990 .

It includes [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]] and [[Federal architecture|Federal]], and architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included five [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|11|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/90000761.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Bushnell, Benjamin, Farm
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/90000761.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Elisha Bushnell House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Bushnell, Elisha, House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 1445 Boston Post Rd., [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | built = 1678
  | architect = Busnell,Elisha
  | architecture = [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]]
  | added = November 29, 1978
  | area = {{convert|2|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 78002850<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Bushnell, Elisha, House is a property in [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1978 .

The property is or was also known as Older Bushnell House.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in 1678.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Busnell,Elisha.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|2|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/78002850.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Bushnell, Elisha, House / Older Bushnell House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/78002850.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
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County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Christeen (sloop)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = CHRISTEEN (oyster sloop)
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Essex Harbor, [[Essex, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =  
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = December 4, 1991
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 91002060<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
CHRISTEEN (oyster sloop) is a property in [[Essex, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1991 .

The property is or was also known as Oyster Sloop CHRISTEEN.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/91002060.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: CHRISTEEN (oyster sloop) / Oyster Sloop CHRISTEEN
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/91002060.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
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Camp Bethel[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Camp Bethel
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 124 Camp Bethel Rd., [[Haddam, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = 1877
  | architect =  
  | architecture = [[Gothic architecture|Gothic]], [[Seasonal cottage architecture|Seasonal cottage]]   | added = December 11, 2007
  | area = {{convert|46.7|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 07001246<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Camp Bethel is a {{convert|46.7|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Haddam, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2007 .

It was built or has other significance in 1877.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Seasonal cottage architecture|Seasonal cottage]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 56 [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are 18 non-contributing buildings, one non-contributing structure.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/07001246.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Camp Bethel
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/07001246.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Centerbrook Congregational Church[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Centerbrook Congregational Church
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Main St., [[Essex, Connecticut]]
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =   1790,   1839 and   1889
  | architect = Dennison,Capt. John
  | architecture = [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]]
  | added = February 12, 1987
  | area = {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 87000113<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Centerbrook Congregational Church is a property in [[Essex, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1987 .

It was built or has other significance in   1790,   1839, and   1889.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Dennison,Capt. John.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of {{convert|1|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/87000113.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Centerbrook Congregational Church
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/87000113.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Church of the Holy Trinity and Rectory[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Church of the Holy Trinity and Rectory
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 381 Main St. and 144 Broad St., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
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  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
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  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =   1874,   1902 and   1909
  | architect = Dudley,Henry C. ; Multiple
  | architecture = [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]] and [[Gothic architecture|Gothic]] 
  | added = August 14, 1979
  | area = {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 79002615<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Church of the Holy Trinity and Rectory is a property in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1979 .

The property is or was also known as See Also:Broad Street Historic District.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1874,   1902, and   1909.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Dudley,Henry C.  and Multiple.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]] and [[Gothic architecture|Gothic]], and architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|1|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/79002615.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Church of the Holy Trinity and Rectory / See Also:Broad Street Historic District
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/79002615.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Clinton Village Historic District (Clinton, Connecticut)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Clinton Village Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Along Cemetery Rd., Church, E. Main and Liberty Sts., Old Post Rd. and Waterside Ln., [[Clinton, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
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  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =  
  | architect =  
  | architecture = [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]], [[Federal architecture|Federal]], and [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]] 
  | added = July 29, 1994
  | area = {{convert|120|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private ; Local
  | refnum = 94000788<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Clinton Village Historic District is a {{convert|120|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Clinton, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1994 .

It includes [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]], [[Federal architecture|Federal]], and [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 144 [[contributing buildings]], two [[contributing structures]],  two [[contributing sites]], and six [[contributing objects]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are 51 non-contributing buildings, two non-contributing structures.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/94000788.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Clinton Village Historic District
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/94000788.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Coite-Hubbard House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Coite-Hubbard House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 269 High St., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =   1856,   1923 and C 1960
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Italianate architecture|Italianate]]
  | added = December 20, 1978
  | area = {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 78002846<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Coite-Hubbard House is a property in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1978 .

The property is or was also known as President's House.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1856,   1923, and C 1960.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Italianate architecture|Italianate]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of {{convert|1|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/78002846.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Coite-Hubbard House / President's House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/78002846.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

==References==
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Comstock's Bridge[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Comstock's Bridge
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= SE of East Hampton off CT 16, [[East Hampton, Connecticut]]
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  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =   1840 and   1868
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Howe-truss covered bridge architecture|Howe-truss covered bridge]] and Other 
  | added = January 1, 1976
  | area = {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = State
  | refnum = 76001978<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Comstock's Bridge is a property in [[East Hampton, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1976 .

It was built or has other significance in   1840 and   1868.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Howe-truss covered bridge architecture|Howe-truss covered bridge]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|1|acre}} with just one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/76001978.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Comstock's Bridge
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/76001978.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Comstock-Cheney Hall[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Comstock-Cheney Hall
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Main and Summit Sts., [[Ivoryton, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =   1910 and   1938
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Classical Revival architecture|Classical Revival]]
  | added = April 15, 1982
  | area = {{convert|0.6|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 82003769<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Comstock-Cheney Hall is a property in [[Ivoryton, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1982 .

The property is or was also known as Ivoryton Playhouse.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1910 and   1938.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Classical Revival architecture|Classical Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included three [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|0.6|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/82003769.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Comstock-Cheney Hall / Ivoryton Playhouse
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/82003769.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Connecticut General Hospital for the Insane[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Connecticut General Hospital for the Insane
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Silver St. E. of Eastern Dr., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =  
  | architect = Multiple
  | architecture = [[Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals architecture|Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals]] and [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]] 
  | added = August 29, 1985
  | area = {{convert|100|acre}}
  | governing_body = State
  | refnum = 85001920<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Connecticut General Hospital for the Insane is a {{convert|100|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1985 .

The property is or was also known as Connecticut Valley Hospital.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Multiple.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals architecture|Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals]] and [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]], and architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 27 [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are 25 non-contributing buildings.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/85001920.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Connecticut General Hospital for the Insane / Connecticut Valley Hospital
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/85001920.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

==References==
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Connecticut River Railroad Bridge[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Connecticut River Railroad Bridge
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | caption = 
  | location= AMTRAK Right-of-Way over Connecticut River, [[Old Lyme, Connecticut]]
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  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = 1907
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Through truss bascule architecture|Through truss bascule]] and Other 
  | listed = June 12, 1987 <- date of something perhaps not listing
  | area = {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | mpsub = [http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf Movable Railroad Bridges on the NE Corridor in Connecticut TR ]
  | refnum = 87002125<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Connecticut River Railroad Bridge is or was a property in [[Old Lyme, Connecticut]] that had a status change in the [[National Register of Historic Places]] NRIS database in 1987 .

The property is or was also known as Connecticut River Bridge.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in 1907.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Through truss bascule architecture|Through truss bascule]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|1|acre}} with just one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/87002125.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Connecticut River Railroad Bridge / Connecticut River Bridge
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/87002125.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>


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The property was covered in a study of Movable Railroad Bridges on the NE Corridor in Connecticut TR
<ref name=mps>{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf
|title=National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Submission: Movable Railroad Bridges on the NE Corridor in Connecticut TR
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}}</ref>


Temporary notes:
Its listing status is DO, which means DETERMINED ELIGIBLE/OWNER OBJECTION.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Connecticut Valley Railroad Roundhouse and Turntable Site[edit]

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What links to Connecticut Valley Railroad Roundhouse and Turntable Site

{{Infobox nrhp | name = Connecticut Valley Railroad Roundhouse and Turntable Site
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | caption = 
  | location= Off Main St. in Ft. Saybrook Monument Park in Saybrook Point, [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]]
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  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
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  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =   1871,   1887 and   1896
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = 
  | added = April 28, 1994
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | refnum = 94000395<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Connecticut Valley Railroad Roundhouse and Turntable Site is a property in [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1994 .

The property is or was also known as 106-25.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1871,   1887, and   1896.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included two [[contributing structures]],  and one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of less than {{convert|1|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/94000395.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Connecticut Valley Railroad Roundhouse and Turntable Site / 106-25
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/94000395.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Doris (Sailing yacht)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = DORIS (Sailing yacht)
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Connecticut River off River Rd., [[Deep River, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =   1905 and   1934
  | architect = Herreshoff,N. G. ; Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = May 31, 1984
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 84001108<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
DORIS (Sailing yacht) is a property in [[Deep River, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1984 .

The property is or was also known as Vayu.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1905 and   1934.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Herreshoff,N. G.  and Herreshoff Manufacturing Co..<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/84001108.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: DORIS (Sailing yacht) / Vayu
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/84001108.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Charles Daniels House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Daniels, Charles, House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 43 Liberty St., [[Chester, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = C 1830 and   1978
  | architect = Town & Davis
  | architecture = [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]]
  | added = February 19, 1988
  | area = {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 88000094<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Daniels, Charles, House is a property in [[Chester, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1988 .

It was built or has other significance in C 1830 and   1978.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Town & Davis.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing building.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|1|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/88000094.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Daniels, Charles, House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/88000094.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
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Amasa Day House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Day, Amasa, House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Plains Rd., [[Moodus, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
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  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =   1816 and   1878
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Federal architecture|Federal]]
  | added = September 22, 1972
  | area = {{convert|3.5|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 72001315<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Day, Amasa, House is a property in [[Moodus, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1972 .

It was built or has other significance in   1816 and   1878.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Federal architecture|Federal]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|3.5|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/72001315.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Day, Amasa, House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/72001315.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
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Deep River Freight Station[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Deep River Freight Station
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 152 River St., [[Deep River, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
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  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = c.1915
  | architect =  
  | architecture = 
  | added = December 21, 1994
  | area = {{convert|2|acre}}
  | governing_body = State
  | refnum = 94001445<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Deep River Freight Station is a property in [[Deep River, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1994 .

It was built or has other significance as of c.1915.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included one [[contributing building]],  and two [[contributing objects]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|2|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/94001445.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Deep River Freight Station
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/94001445.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Deep River Town Hall[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Deep River Town Hall
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= CT 80 and CT 9A, [[Deep River, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = 1893
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [["flatiron" building architecture|"flatiron" building]] and Other 
  | added = January 1, 1976
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | refnum = 76001977<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Deep River Town Hall is a property in [[Deep River, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1976 .

It was built or has other significance in 1893.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [["flatiron" building architecture|"flatiron" building]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/76001977.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Deep River Town Hall
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/76001977.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Doane's Sawmill/Deep River Manufacturing Company[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Doane's Sawmill/Deep River Manufacturing Company
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Horse Hill and Winthrop Rds., [[Westbrook and Deep River, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = C 1875 and   1933
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = February 21, 1985
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = State
  | refnum = 85000313<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Doane's Sawmill/Deep River Manufacturing Company is a property in [[Westbrook and Deep River, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1985 .

The property is or was also known as Messerschmidt Hardware Mill.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in C 1875 and   1933.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]], and one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of less than {{convert|1|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/85000313.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Doane's Sawmill/Deep River Manufacturing Company / Messerschmidt Hardware Mill
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/85000313.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
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Jedidiah Dudley House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Dudley, Jedidiah, House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Springbrook Rd., [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]]
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  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
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  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = c.1750
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = April 12, 1982
  | area = {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 82004339<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Dudley, Jedidiah, House is a property in [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1982 .

The property is or was also known as John Whittlesey Jr. House.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance as of c.1750.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|1|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/82004339.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Dudley, Jedidiah, House / John Whittlesey Jr. House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/82004339.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
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East Haddam Historic District[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = East Haddam Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= CT 149, Broom, Norwich, Creamery, Lumberyard, and Landing Hill Rds., [[East Haddam, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
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  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =  
  | architect = Multiple
  | architecture = [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]], [[Federal architecture|Federal]], [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]], and Other
  | added = April 29, 1983
  | area = {{convert|110|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private ; Local
  | refnum = 83001273<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
East Haddam Historic District is a {{convert|110|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[East Haddam, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1983 .

It was designed and/or built by Multiple.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]], [[Federal architecture|Federal]], [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 90 [[contributing buildings]], two [[contributing structures]],  and two [[contributing sites]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are 13 non-contributing buildings.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/83001273.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: East Haddam Historic District
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/83001273.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Samuel Eliot House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Eliot, Samuel, House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 500 Main St., [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = 1737
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = November 9, 1972
  | area = {{convert|4|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 72001316<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Eliot, Samuel, House is a property in [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1972 .

It was built or has other significance in 1737.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|4|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/72001316.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Eliot, Samuel, House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/72001316.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
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Emmanuel Church (Killingworth, Connecticut)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Emmanuel Church
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 50 Emmanuel Church Rd., [[Killingworth, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
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  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
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  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =   1803 and   1816
  | architect =  
  | architecture = [[Federal architecture|Federal]]
  | added = August 5, 1999
  | area = {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 99000924<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Emmanuel Church is a property in [[Killingworth, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1999 .

It was built or has other significance in   1803 and   1816.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Federal architecture|Federal]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|1|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/99000924.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Emmanuel Church
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/99000924.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
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Essex Freight Station[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Essex Freight Station
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 1 Railroad Ave., Town of Essex, [[Centerbrook, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = c.1915
  | architect =  
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = April 19, 1994
  | area = {{convert|2|acre}}
  | governing_body = State
  | refnum = 94000337<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Essex Freight Station is a property in [[Centerbrook, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1994 .

It was built or has other significance as of c.1915.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included four [[contributing buildings]],  and four [[contributing objects]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing building.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|2|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/94000337.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Essex Freight Station
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/94000337.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Essex Historic District[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Essex Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Parts of Main, N. Main, S. Main, and W. Main Sts., [[Essex, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
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  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =  
  | architect =  
  | architecture = 
  | listed = June 21, 1978 <- date of something perhaps not listing
  | area = {{convert|0|acre}}
  | governing_body =  
  | refnum = 78003525<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Essex Historic District is or was a property in [[Essex, Connecticut]] that had a status change in the [[National Register of Historic Places]] NRIS database in 1978 .

When listed, the district included.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/78003525.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Essex Historic District
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/78003525.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is DR, which means DATE RECEIVED/PENDING NOMINATION.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Fenwick Historic District[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Fenwick Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Roughly, along Agawam, Neponset and Pettipaug Aves., Town of Old Saybrook, [[Fenwick, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =  
  | architect = Multiple
  | architecture = [[Shingle Style architecture|Shingle Style]], [[Queen Anne architecture|Queen Anne]], and [[Bungalow/Craftsman architecture|Bungalow/Craftsman]] 
  | added = April 13, 1995
  | area = {{convert|195|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private ; Local
  | refnum = 95000437<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Fenwick Historic District is a {{convert|195|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Fenwick, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1995 .

It was designed and/or built by Multiple.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Shingle Style architecture|Shingle Style]], [[Queen Anne architecture|Queen Anne]], and [[Bungalow/Craftsman architecture|Bungalow/Craftsman]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 66 [[contributing buildings]],  and one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are 16 non-contributing buildings.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/95000437.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Fenwick Historic District
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/95000437.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Goodspeed Opera House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Goodspeed Opera House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Norwich Rd., [[East Haddam, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =   1876,   1943 and   1960
  | architect = Comstock,Jabez
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = July 30, 1971
  | area = {{convert|4.4|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 71000901<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Goodspeed Opera House is a property in [[East Haddam, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1971 .

The property is or was also known as Goodspeed's Hall.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1876,   1943, and   1960.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Comstock,Jabez.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|4.4|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/71000901.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Goodspeed Opera House / Goodspeed's Hall
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/71000901.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Haddam Center Historic District[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Haddam Center Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Roughly 2.5 mi. along Walkley Rd. and CT 154/Saybrook Rd., [[Haddam, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
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  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
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  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =  
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]], [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]], and [[Federal architecture|Federal]] 
  | added = February 9, 1989
  | area = {{convert|267|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private ; Local ;  
  | refnum = 89000012<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Haddam Center Historic District is a {{convert|267|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Haddam, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1989 .

The property is or was also known as See Also:Hazelton, James, Jr., House.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]], [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]], and [[Federal architecture|Federal]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 120 [[contributing buildings]],  and four [[contributing sites]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are 45 non-contributing buildings.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/89000012.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Haddam Center Historic District / See Also:Hazelton, James, Jr., House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/89000012.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Hadlyme North Historic District[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Hadlyme North Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Roughly bounded by CT 82, Town St., Banning Rd., and Old Town St., [[East Haddam, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =  
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Mid 19th Century Revival architecture|Mid 19th Century Revival]], [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]], [[Postmedieval English architecture|Postmedieval English]], and Other
  | added = December 8, 1988
  | area = {{convert|81|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 88002686<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Hadlyme North Historic District is a {{convert|81|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[East Haddam, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1988 .

It includes [[Mid 19th Century Revival architecture|Mid 19th Century Revival]], [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]], [[Postmedieval English architecture|Postmedieval English]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 39 [[contributing buildings]],  and two [[contributing sites]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are 12 non-contributing buildings.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/88002686.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Hadlyme North Historic District
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/88002686.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Gen. William Hart House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Hart, Gen. William, House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 350 Main St., [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =   1767 and C 1930
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Georgian architecture|Georgian]]
  | added = November 9, 1972
  | area = {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 72001318<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Hart, Gen. William, House is a property in [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1972 .

The property is or was also known as See Also:Old Saybrook South Green.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1767 and C 1930.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Georgian architecture|Georgian]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of {{convert|1|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/72001318.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Hart, Gen. William, House / See Also:Old Saybrook South Green
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/72001318.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Hartlands[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Hartlands
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 50 Hartlands Dr., [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =  
  | architect = Taylor, Alfredo S.G.
  | architecture = [[Tudor Revival architecture|Tudor Revival]]
  | listed = April 14, 2000 <- date of something perhaps not listing
  | area = {{convert|3.7|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 00000298<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Hartlands is or was a property in [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]] that had a status change in the [[National Register of Historic Places]] NRIS database in 2000 .

The property is or was also known as Beach, George W., House.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Taylor, Alfredo S.G..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Tudor Revival architecture|Tudor Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing building.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|3.7|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/00000298.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Hartlands / Beach, George W., House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/00000298.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is DO, which means DETERMINED ELIGIBLE/OWNER OBJECTION.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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James Hazelton House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Hazelton, James, House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 23 Hayden Hill Rd., [[Haddam, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = C 1720 and   1915
  | architect = Hazelton,James
  | architecture = [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]], [[Post-medieval English architecture|Post-medieval English]]   | added = November 16, 1988
  | area = {{convert|4|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 88001468<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Hazelton, James, House is a property in [[Haddam, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1988 .

The property is or was also known as Hazelton--Hayden House.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in C 1720 and   1915.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Hazelton,James.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Post-medieval English architecture|Post-medieval English]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing building.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|4|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/88001468.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Hazelton, James, House / Hazelton--Hayden House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/88001468.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Highland Historic District (Middletown, Connecticut)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Highland Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Atkins St. and Country Club Rd., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =  
  | architect = Multiple
  | architecture = [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]], [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]], and [[Federal architecture|Federal]] 
  | added = June 28, 1982
  | area = {{convert|80|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private ; Local
  | refnum = 82003770<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Highland Historic District is a {{convert|80|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1982 .

It was designed and/or built by Multiple.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]], [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]], and [[Federal architecture|Federal]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 12 [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are seven non-contributing buildings, one non-contributing site.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/82003770.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Highland Historic District
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/82003770.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Hill's Academy[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Hill's Academy
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 22 Prospect St., [[Essex, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = 1832
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]]
  | added = August 23, 1985
  | area = {{convert|0.3|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 85001831<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Hill's Academy is a property in [[Essex, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1985 .

The property is or was also known as Essex Historical Society,Inc..<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in 1832.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of {{convert|0.3|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/85001831.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Hill's Academy / Essex Historical Society,Inc.
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/85001831.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

==References==
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Nehemiah Hubbard House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Hubbard, Nehemiah, House
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | location= Laurel Grove Rd. and Wadsworth St., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
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  | built = C 1745,   1930 and   1952
  | architect = Kelly,J. Frederick ; Isham,Norman M.
  | architecture = [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]]
  | added = May 11, 1982
  | area = {{convert|10.4|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 82003771<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Hubbard, Nehemiah, House is a property in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1982 .

It was built or has other significance in C 1745,   1930, and   1952.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Kelly,J. Frederick  and Isham,Norman M..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of {{convert|10.4|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/82003771.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Hubbard, Nehemiah, House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/82003771.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
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Indian Hill Avenue Historic District[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Indian Hill Avenue Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Main St. and Indian Hill Ave. to river, [[Portland, Connecticut]]
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  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = 1765
  | architect = Multiple
  | architecture = [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]] and [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]] 
  | added = May 26, 1983
  | area = {{convert|35|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 83001274<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Indian Hill Avenue Historic District is a {{convert|35|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Portland, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1983 .

It was built or has other significance in 1765.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Multiple.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]] and [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]], and architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 17 [[contributing buildings]],  two [[contributing sites]], and one [[contributing object]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are 15 non-contributing buildings.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/83001274.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Indian Hill Avenue Historic District
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/83001274.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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James Pharmacy[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = James Pharmacy
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 2 Pennywise Ln., [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]]
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  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
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  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =  
  | architect =  
  | architecture = [[Federal architecture|Federal]] and [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]] 
  | added = August 5, 1994
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 94000845<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
James Pharmacy is a property in [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1994 .

The property is or was also known as See Also:Old Saybrook South Green Historic District.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Federal architecture|Federal]] and [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]], and architecture.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/94000845.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: James Pharmacy / See Also:Old Saybrook South Green Historic District
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/94000845.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Lay-Pritchett House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Lay-Pritchett House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= N of Westbrook on CT 145, [[Westbrook, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = C 1737 and   1789
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]], [[Saltbox architecture|Saltbox]]   | added = October 11, 1978
  | area = {{convert|2.8|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 78002854<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Lay-Pritchett House is a property in [[Westbrook, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1978 .

The property is or was also known as Green Mansions;Lay Homestead.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in C 1737 and   1789.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Saltbox architecture|Saltbox]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are two non-contributing buildings.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|2.8|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/78002854.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Lay-Pritchett House / Green Mansions;Lay Homestead
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/78002854.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Daniel and Mary Lee House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Lee, Daniel and Mary, House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
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  | location= Pepperidge Rd. E of Jobs Pond Rd., [[Portland, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = 1770
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Georgian architecture|Georgian]], [[Federal architecture|Federal]], [[Postmedieval English architecture|Postmedieval English]], and Other
  | added = April 3, 1991
  | area = {{convert|2|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 91000365<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Lee, Daniel and Mary, House is a property in [[Portland, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1991 .

It was built or has other significance in 1770.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Georgian architecture|Georgian]], [[Federal architecture|Federal]], [[Postmedieval English architecture|Postmedieval English]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing building.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|2|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/91000365.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Lee, Daniel and Mary, House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/91000365.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
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Little Haddam Historic District[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Little Haddam Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Roughly bounded by E. Haddam Rd., Orchard Rd., and Town St., [[East Haddam, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = C 1702, C 1800 and C 1830
  | architect = Fillmore, Lavius
  | architecture = [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]], [[Federal architecture|Federal]], and [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]] 
  | added = August 1, 1996
  | area = {{convert|75|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private ; Local
  | refnum = 96000783<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Little Haddam Historic District is a {{convert|75|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[East Haddam, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1996 .

It was built or has other significance in C 1702, C 1800, and C 1830.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Fillmore, Lavius.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]], [[Federal architecture|Federal]], and [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 19 [[contributing buildings]],  and one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing building.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/96000783.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Little Haddam Historic District
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/96000783.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
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County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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David Lyman II House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Lyman, David, II, House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 5 Lyman Rd., [[Middlefield, Connecticut]]
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  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =   1859 and   1864
  | architect = Russell,Rufus G. ; Powell,Richard
  | architecture = [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]]
  | added = February 6, 1986
  | area = {{convert|2|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 86000149<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Lyman, David, II, House is a property in [[Middlefield, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1986 .

The property is or was also known as Lyman Homestead.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1859 and   1864.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Russell,Rufus G.  and Powell,Richard.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included four [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|2|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/86000149.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Lyman, David, II, House / Lyman Homestead
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/86000149.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Thomas Lyman House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Lyman, Thomas, House
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  | location= Middlefield Rd., [[Durham, Connecticut]]
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  | built = c.1774
  | architect = Lyman,Thomas,IV
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = November 20, 1975
  | area = {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 75001921<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
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Lyman, Thomas, House is a property in [[Durham, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1975 .

It was built or has other significance as of c.1774.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Lyman,Thomas,IV.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|1|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/75001921.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Lyman, Thomas, House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/75001921.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Lynde Point Lighthouse[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Lynde Point Lighthouse
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  | location= SE terminus of Sequassen Ave., [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]]
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  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = 1838
  | architect = Multiple
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = May 29, 1990
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Federal
  | mpsub = [http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf Operating Lighthouses in Connecticut MPS ]
  | refnum = 89001469<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Lynde Point Lighthouse is a property in [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1990 .

It was built or has other significance in 1838.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Multiple.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing building.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of less than {{convert|1|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/89001469.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Lynde Point Lighthouse
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/89001469.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>


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The property was covered in a study of Operating Lighthouses in Connecticut MPS
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|title=National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Submission: Operating Lighthouses in Connecticut MPS
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}}</ref>


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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Main Street Historic District (Middletown, Connecticut)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Main Street Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Roughly Main St. between College and Hartford Ave., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =  
  | architect = Multiple
  | architecture = [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]] and [[Mixed (more than 2 styles from different periods) architecture|Mixed (more than 2 styles from different periods)]] 
  | added = June 30, 1983
  | area = {{convert|20.5|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private ; Local
  | refnum = 83001275<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Main Street Historic District is a {{convert|20.5|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1983 .

The property is or was also known as Main Street.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Multiple.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]] and [[Mixed (more than 2 styles from different periods) architecture|Mixed (more than 2 styles from different periods)]], and architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 76 [[contributing buildings]],  three [[contributing sites]], and000010  [[contributing objects]].<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/83001275.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Main Street Historic District / Main Street
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/83001275.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Main Street Historic District (Cromwell, Connecticut)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Main Street Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Roughly bounded by Nooks Hill Rd., Prospect Hill Rd., Wall and West Sts. and New Ln., and Stevens Ln. and Main St., [[Cromwell, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =  
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]], [[Italianate architecture|Italianate]], and [[Georgian architecture|Georgian]] 
  | added = October 24, 1985
  | area = {{convert|130|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private ; Local
  | refnum = 85003389<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Main Street Historic District is a {{convert|130|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Cromwell, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1985 .

It includes [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]], [[Italianate architecture|Italianate]], and [[Georgian architecture|Georgian]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 65 [[contributing buildings]], and one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are nine non-contributing buildings.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/85003389.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Main Street Historic District
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/85003389.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Main Street Historic District (Durham, Connecticut)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Main Street Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Roughly Maple Ave. and Main St. between Talcott Ln. and Higganum Rd., [[Durham, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =  
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]], [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]], and [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]] 
  | added = September 4, 1986
  | area = {{convert|160|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private ; Local
  | refnum = 86002837<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Main Street Historic District is a {{convert|160|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Durham, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1986 .

It includes [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]], [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]], and [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 112 [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are 23 non-contributing buildings.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/86002837.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Main Street Historic District
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/86002837.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Metro South Historic District[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Metro South Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Main and College Sts., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
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  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =   1747,   1837 and   1867
  | architect = Kimball,Francis ; Multiple
  | architecture = [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]], [[Renaissance architecture|Renaissance]], and [[Federal architecture|Federal]] 
  | added = January 24, 1980
  | area = {{convert|9|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private ; Local ;  
  | refnum = 80004064<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Metro South Historic District is a {{convert|9|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1980 .

The property is or was also known as See Also:South Green National Register District.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1747,   1837, and   1867.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Kimball,Francis  and Multiple.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]], [[Renaissance architecture|Renaissance]], and [[Federal architecture|Federal]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 15 [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing building.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/80004064.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Metro South Historic District / See Also:South Green National Register District
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/80004064.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Middle Haddam Historic District[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Middle Haddam Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Moodus and Long Hill Rds., [[Middle Haddam, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =   1730 and   1880
  | architect =  
  | architecture = [[Mid 19th Century Revival architecture|Mid 19th Century Revival]], [[Federal architecture|Federal]], [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]], and Other
  | added = February 3, 1984
  | area = {{convert|110|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private ; Local
  | refnum = 84001112<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Middle Haddam Historic District is a {{convert|110|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Middle Haddam, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1984 .

It was built or has other significance in   1730 and   1880.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Mid 19th Century Revival architecture|Mid 19th Century Revival]], [[Federal architecture|Federal]], [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 58 [[contributing buildings]], three [[contributing structures]],  and000012  [[contributing sites]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are seven non-contributing buildings.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/84001112.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Middle Haddam Historic District
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/84001112.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Middletown Alms House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Middletown Alms House
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | location= 53 Warwick St., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
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  | built =   1813 and   1853
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = April 29, 1982
  | area = {{convert|1.3|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 82003772<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Middletown Alms House is a property in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1982 .

The property is or was also known as C.B. Stone,Inc..<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1813 and   1853.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|1.3|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/82003772.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Middletown Alms House / C.B. Stone,Inc.
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/82003772.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Middletown South Green Historic District[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Middletown South Green Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Union Park area, on S. Main, Crescent, Pleasant, and Church Sts., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =  
  | architect = Multiple
  | architecture = [[Second Empire architecture|Second Empire]], [[Italianate architecture|Italianate]], and [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]] 
  | added = August 12, 1975
  | area = {{convert|90|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private ; Local
  | refnum = 75001922<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Middletown South Green Historic District is a {{convert|90|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1975 .

It was designed and/or built by Multiple.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Second Empire architecture|Second Empire]], [[Italianate architecture|Italianate]], and [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 30 [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing building.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/75001922.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Middletown South Green Historic District
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/75001922.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Middletown Upper Houses Historic District[edit]

Try also Upper Houses River Port (oth1 alternative name)

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Middletown Upper Houses Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= CT 99, [[Cromwell, Connecticut]]
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  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
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  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = C 1745, C 1800 and C 1830
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]], [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]], and [[Federal architecture|Federal]] 
  | added = July 27, 1979
  | area = {{convert|70|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 79002620<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Middletown Upper Houses Historic District is a {{convert|70|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Cromwell, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1979 .

The property is or was also known as Upper Houses River Port.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in C 1745, C 1800, and C 1830.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]], [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]], and [[Federal architecture|Federal]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 58 [[contributing buildings]], one [[contributing structure]],  and one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are 19 non-contributing buildings.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/79002620.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Middletown Upper Houses Historic District / Upper Houses River Port
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/79002620.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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[[Category:Middlesex County, Connecticut]]
[[Category:Late Victorian architecture in Connecticut]]
[[Category:Colonial architecture in Connecticut]]
[[Category:Federal architecture in Connecticut]]
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Millington Green Historic District[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Millington Green Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Roughly bounded by Millington, Tater Hill, Haywardville, and Old Hopyard Rds., [[East Haddam, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
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  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
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  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = C 1752,   1792 and C 1854
  | architect =  
  | architecture = [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]] and [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]] 
  | added = July 25, 1996
  | area = {{convert|28|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private ; Local
  | refnum = 96000782<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Millington Green Historic District is a {{convert|28|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[East Haddam, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1996 .

It was built or has other significance in C 1752,   1792, and C 1854.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]] and [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]], and architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 12 [[contributing buildings]],  and one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are two non-contributing buildings.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/96000782.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Millington Green Historic District
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/96000782.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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[[Category:1752 architecture]]


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Murdock Hill Complex-Salt Meadow National Wildlife Refuge[edit]

NRIS name is actually: Murdock Hill Complex--Salt Meadow National Wildlife Refuge

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Murdock Hill Complex-Salt Meadow National Wildlife Refuge
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Old Clinton Rd., [[Westbrook, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = C 1750 and   1927
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]], [[Manor house architecture|Manor house]]   | listed = October 16, 1986 <- date of something perhaps not listing
  | area = {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Federal
  | refnum = 86003223<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Murdock Hill Complex-Salt Meadow National Wildlife Refuge is or was a property in [[Westbrook, Connecticut]] that had a status change in the [[National Register of Historic Places]] NRIS database in 1986 .

It was built or has other significance in C 1750 and   1927.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Manor house architecture|Manor house]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are four non-contributing buildings.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|1|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/86003223.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Murdock Hill Complex-Salt Meadow National Wildlife Refuge
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/86003223.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is DR, which means DATE RECEIVED/PENDING NOMINATION.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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North Cove Historic District[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = North Cove Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Roughly, N. Cove Rd. from Church St. to the Connecticut R. and adjacent properties on Cromwell Pl., [[Saybrook, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
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  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =  
  | architect =  
  | architecture = [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]], [[Federal architecture|Federal]], and [[Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals architecture|Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals]] 
  | added = July 22, 1994
  | area = {{convert|37|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 94000766<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
North Cove Historic District is a {{convert|37|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Saybrook, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1994 .

The property is or was also known as See also:Tulley, Willam, House;Black Horse Tavern.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]], [[Federal architecture|Federal]], and [[Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals architecture|Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 44 [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are 19 non-contributing buildings.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/94000766.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: North Cove Historic District / See also:Tulley, Willam, House;Black Horse Tavern
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/94000766.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Oak Lodge[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Oak Lodge
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= W side of Schreeder Pond, Chatfield Hollow State Park, [[Killingworth, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = 1936
  | architect = Civilian Conservation Corps
  | architecture = [[Rustic architecture|Rustic]] and Other 
  | added = September 4, 1986
  | area = {{convert|12.5|acre}}
  | governing_body = State
  | mpsub = Connecticut State Park and Forest Depression-Era Federal Work Relief Programs Structures TR<ref name=mraCTdepressionEra/>
  | refnum = 86001734<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Oak Lodge is a property in [[Killingworth, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1986 .

It was built or has other significance in 1936.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Civilian Conservation Corps.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Rustic architecture|Rustic]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included three [[contributing buildings]], and one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|12.5|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/86001734.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Oak Lodge
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/86001734.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>


The property was covered in a 1985 Connecticut state-wide study of 15 depression-era CCC, FERA, CWA, and WPA structures.
<ref name=mraCTdepressionEra>{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/64000087.pdf
|title=Connecticut State Park and Forest Depression-Era Federal Work Relief Programs Structures Thematic Resources
|author=Mary Elizabeth McCahon and John Herzan
|publisher=National Park Service |date=December, 1985 |accessdate=}}</ref>

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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Old Middletown High School[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Old Middletown High School
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Pearl and Court Sts., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =   1894 and   1896
  | architect = Curtis & Johnson ; Palmer,Charles S.
  | architecture = [[Romanesque architecture|Romanesque]], [[Richardsonian Romanesque architecture|Richardsonian Romanesque]]   | added = August 23, 1985
  | area = {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 85001826<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Old Middletown High School is a property in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1985 .

It was built or has other significance in   1894 and   1896.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Curtis & Johnson  and Palmer,Charles S..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Richardsonian Romanesque architecture|Richardsonian Romanesque]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|1|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/85001826.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Old Middletown High School
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/85001826.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Old Saybrook South Green[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Old Saybrook South Green
  | nrhp_type = hd
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  | location= Old Boston Post Rd., Pennywise Lane, Main St., [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]]
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}}
Old Saybrook South Green is a {{convert|20|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1976 .

The property is or was also known as See Also:Hart, Gen. William, House;Pratt, Humphrey, Tavern.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Multiple.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Mid 19th Century Revival architecture|Mid 19th Century Revival]], [[Early Republic architecture|Early Republic]], and [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 23 [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are 11 non-contributing buildings.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/76001984.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Old Saybrook South Green / See Also:Hart, Gen. William, House;Pratt, Humphrey, Tavern
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/76001984.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Old Saybrook Town Hall and Theater[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Old Saybrook Town Hall and Theater
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
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  | location= 300 Main St., [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]]
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  | governing_body = Local
  | refnum = 07000558<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Old Saybrook Town Hall and Theater is a property in [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2007 .

The property is or was also known as The Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center and Theatre.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Roe, William L. Jr.  and Sweeney, James.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of {{convert|1|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/07000558.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Old Saybrook Town Hall and Theater / The Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center and Theatre
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/07000558.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Old Town Hall (Chester, Connecticut)[edit]

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What links to Old Town Hall (Chester, Connecticut) What links to Old Town Hall

{{Infobox nrhp | name = Old Town Hall
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | location= On the green between Liberty St. and Goose Hill Rd., [[Chester, Connecticut]]
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  | area = {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | refnum = 72001310<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Old Town Hall is a property in [[Chester, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1972 .

The property is or was also known as Second Congregational Meetinghouse.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1794 and   1877.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|1|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/72001310.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Old Town Hall / Second Congregational Meetinghouse
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/72001310.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Oriole Rockshelter[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Oriole Rockshelter
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Address Restricted, [[East Haddam, Connecticut]]
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  | architect =  
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  | added = October 15, 1987
  | area = {{convert|0.1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | mpsub = [http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf Lower Connecticut River Valley Woodland Period Archaeological TR ]
  | refnum = 87001222<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Oriole Rockshelter is a property in [[East Haddam, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1987 .

The property is or was also known as Site 41-21.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|0.1|acre}} with just one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/87001222.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Oriole Rockshelter / Site 41-21
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/87001222.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>


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The property was covered in a study of Lower Connecticut River Valley Woodland Period Archaeological TR
<ref name=mps>{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf
|title=National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Submission: Lower Connecticut River Valley Woodland Period Archaeological TR
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}}</ref>


Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Parker House (Old Saybrook, Connecticut)[edit]

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What links to Parker House (Old Saybrook, Connecticut) What links to Parker House

{{Infobox nrhp | name = Parker House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 680 Middlesex Tpke., [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]]
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  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = 1679
  | architect = Parker,William
  | architecture = [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]]
  | added = November 29, 1978
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 78002853<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Parker House is a property in [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1978 .

It was built or has other significance in 1679.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Parker,William.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/78002853.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Parker House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/78002853.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Parmelee House (Killingworth, Connecticut)[edit]

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What links to Parmelee House (Killingworth, Connecticut) What links to Parmelee House

{{Infobox nrhp | name = Parmelee House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 4 Beckwith Rd., [[Killingworth, Connecticut]]
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  | built =  
  | architect =  
  | architecture = [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]]
  | added = May 15, 2007
  | area = {{convert|6|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 07000417<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Parmelee House is a property in [[Killingworth, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2007 .

It includes [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]], and one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing structure.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|6|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/07000417.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Parmelee House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/07000417.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Jacob Pledger House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Pledger, Jacob, House
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | location= 717 Newfield St., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
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  | built = 1803
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Federal architecture|Federal]]
  | added = March 15, 1982
  | area = {{convert|1.5|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 82003773<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Pledger, Jacob, House is a property in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1982 .

The property is or was also known as Miller-Dunklee House.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in 1803.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Federal architecture|Federal]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of {{convert|1.5|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/82003773.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Pledger, Jacob, House / Miller-Dunklee House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/82003773.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Plumb House (Middletown, Connecticut)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Plumb House
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  | location= W of Middletown at 872 Westfield St., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
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  | architecture = [[Georgian architecture|Georgian]]
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  | area = {{convert|0.7|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
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Plumb House is a property in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1978 .

It was built or has other significance in C 1738 and C 1804.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Plumb,James.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Georgian architecture|Georgian]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of {{convert|0.7|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/78002848.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Plumb House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/78002848.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Portland Brownstone Quarries[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Portland Brownstone Quarries
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  | location= Brownstone Ave., and Silver St., [[Portland, Connecticut]]
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  | added = May 16, 2000
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  | governing_body =  
  | refnum = 00000703<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Portland Brownstone Quarries is a property in [[Portland, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2000 .

When listed the property included.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/00000703.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Portland Brownstone Quarries
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/00000703.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Pratt House (Essex, Connecticut)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Pratt House
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  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 19 West Ave., [[Essex, Connecticut]]
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  | built = c.1648
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = August 23, 1985
  | area = {{convert|2.1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 85001824<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Pratt House is a property in [[Essex, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1985 .

It was built or has other significance as of c.1648.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|2.1|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/85001824.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Pratt House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/85001824.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Dr. Ambrose Pratt House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Pratt, Dr. Ambrose, House
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  | location= Pratt St., [[Chester, Connecticut]]
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  | built =   1820 and   1966
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  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 72001311<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Pratt, Dr. Ambrose, House is a property in [[Chester, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1972 .

It was built or has other significance in   1820 and   1966.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Sillman,Samuel  and Bush,Fenner.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Federal architecture|Federal]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of {{convert|3|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/72001311.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Pratt, Dr. Ambrose, House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/72001311.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
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County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Humphrey Pratt Tavern[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Pratt, Humphrey, Tavern
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  | location= 287 Main St., [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]]
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  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 72001320<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Pratt, Humphrey, Tavern is a property in [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1972 .

The property is or was also known as See Also:Old Saybrook South Green.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in 1785.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|2|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/72001320.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Pratt, Humphrey, Tavern / See Also:Old Saybrook South Green
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/72001320.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Pratt, Read and Company Factory Complex[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Pratt, Read and Company Factory Complex
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | location= Main St. between Bridge and Spring Sts. and 5 Bridge St., [[Deep River, Connecticut]]
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | built =   1881 and   1914
  | architect = Williams,Charles M. ; Ford,Buck & Sheldon
  | architecture = [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]] and [[Romanesque architecture|Romanesque]] 
  | added = August 30, 1984
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  | governing_body = Private
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Pratt, Read and Company Factory Complex is a property in [[Deep River, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1984 .

It was built or has other significance in   1881 and   1914.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Williams,Charles M.  and Ford,Buck & Sheldon.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]] and [[Romanesque architecture|Romanesque]], and architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|9.5|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/84001117.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Pratt, Read and Company Factory Complex
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/84001117.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Rapallo Viaduct[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Rapallo Viaduct
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Flat Brook and former Air Line RR right-of-way, [[East Hampton, Connecticut]]
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | built = 1873
  | architect = Serrell,Edward W. ; Phenix Iron Works
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  | governing_body = State
  | refnum = 86002728<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Rapallo Viaduct is a property in [[East Hampton, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1986 .

It was built or has other significance in 1873.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Serrell,Edward W.  and Phenix Iron Works.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|1|acre}} with just one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/86002728.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Rapallo Viaduct
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/86002728.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Roaring Brook I Site[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Roaring Brook I Site
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  | location= Address Restricted, [[East Haddam, Connecticut]]
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  | added = July 31, 1987
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | mpsub = [http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf Lower Connecticut River Valley Woodland Period Archaeological TR ]
  | refnum = 87001220<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Roaring Brook I Site is a property in [[East Haddam, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1987 .

The property is or was also known as Site 41-20.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/87001220.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Roaring Brook I Site / Site 41-20
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/87001220.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>


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The property was covered in a study of Lower Connecticut River Valley Woodland Period Archaeological TR
<ref name=mps>{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf
|title=National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Submission: Lower Connecticut River Valley Woodland Period Archaeological TR
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}}</ref>


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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Roaring Brook II Site[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Roaring Brook II Site
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  | location= Address Restricted, [[East Haddam, Connecticut]]
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Roaring Brook II Site is a property in [[East Haddam, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1987 .

The property is or was also known as Site 41-22.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/87001221.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Roaring Brook II Site / Site 41-22
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/87001221.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>


TEMPORARY NOTE: get complete url at [[wp:MPS]] for reference following and for infobox above.

The property was covered in a study of Lower Connecticut River Valley Woodland Period Archaeological TR
<ref name=mps>{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf
|title=National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Submission: Lower Connecticut River Valley Woodland Period Archaeological TR
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}}</ref>


Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Russell Company Upper Mill[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Russell Company Upper Mill
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | location= 475 E. Main St., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
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  | built = C 1836, C 1850 and C 1880
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = February 6, 1986
  | area = {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 86000150<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Russell Company Upper Mill is a property in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1986 .

The property is or was also known as Sumner Brook Mill;Rubber Mill.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in C 1836, C 1850, and C 1880.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included three [[contributing buildings]], and one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|1|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/86000150.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Russell Company Upper Mill / Sumner Brook Mill;Rubber Mill
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/86000150.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Edward Augustus Russell House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Russell, Edward Augustus, House
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | location= 318 High St., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
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  | built = 1842
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]] and [[Italianate architecture|Italianate]] 
  | added = April 29, 1982
  | area = {{convert|0.3|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 82004336<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Russell, Edward Augustus, House is a property in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1982 .

The property is or was also known as Kappa Nu Kappa House.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in 1842.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]] and [[Italianate architecture|Italianate]], and architecture.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|0.3|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/82004336.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Russell, Edward Augustus, House / Kappa Nu Kappa House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/82004336.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Samuel Wadsworth Russell House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Russell, Samuel Wadsworth, House
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | location= 350 High St., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | built =   1827 and   1829
  | architect = Town,Ithiel ; Hoadley,David
  | architecture = [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]], [[Greek Temple architecture|Greek Temple]]   | added = October 6, 1970
  | area = {{convert|4|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 70000688<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Russell, Samuel Wadsworth, House is a property in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1970 .

It was built or has other significance in   1827 and   1829.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Town,Ithiel  and Hoadley,David.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Greek Temple architecture|Greek Temple]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|4|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/70000688.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Russell, Samuel Wadsworth, House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/70000688.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Sage-Kirby House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Sage-Kirby House
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | caption = 
  | location= 93 Shunpike Rd., [[Cromwell, Connecticut]]
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  | built =   1811 and   1815
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Federal architecture|Federal]]
  | added = April 29, 1982
  | area = {{convert|0.5|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 82003767<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Sage-Kirby House is a property in [[Cromwell, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1982 .

The property is or was also known as The Kirby House.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1811 and   1815.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Federal architecture|Federal]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of {{convert|0.5|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/82003767.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Sage-Kirby House / The Kirby House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/82003767.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Saint Luke's Home for Destitute and Aged Women[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Saint Luke's Home for Destitute and Aged Women
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 135 Pearl St., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = 1892
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]]
  | added = April 29, 1982
  | area = {{convert|0.3|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 82004337<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Saint Luke's Home for Destitute and Aged Women is a property in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1982 .

The property is or was also known as Saint Luke's Home.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in 1892.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of {{convert|0.3|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/82004337.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Saint Luke's Home for Destitute and Aged Women / Saint Luke's Home
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/82004337.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Sanseer Mill[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Sanseer Mill
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 215 E. Main St., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =   1845,   1888 and   1895
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = July 31, 1986
  | area = {{convert|4|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 86002101<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Sanseer Mill is a property in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1986 .

It was built or has other significance in   1845,   1888, and   1895.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included three [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing structure.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|4|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/86002101.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Sanseer Mill
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/86002101.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Saybrook Breakwater Lighthouse[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Saybrook Breakwater Lighthouse
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= S terminus of Saybrook Jetty at mouth of Connecticut River, [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]]
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  | built = 1886
  | architect = Smith,G.W. & F. Iron Co.
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = May 29, 1990
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Federal
  | mpsub = [http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf Operating Lighthouses in Connecticut MPS ]
  | refnum = 89001474<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Saybrook Breakwater Lighthouse is a property in [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1990 .

It was built or has other significance in 1886.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Smith,G.W. & F. Iron Co..<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/89001474.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Saybrook Breakwater Lighthouse
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/89001474.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>


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The property was covered in a study of Operating Lighthouses in Connecticut MPS
<ref name=mps>{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf
|title=National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Submission: Operating Lighthouses in Connecticut MPS
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}}</ref>


Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Seventh Sister[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Seventh Sister
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 67 River Rd., [[East Haddam, Connecticut]]
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  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
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  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =   1914 and   1919
  | architect = Gillette,William ; Porteus-Walker Co.
  | architecture = [[Bungalow/Craftsman architecture|Bungalow/Craftsman]], [[Medieval architecture|Medieval]]   | added = July 31, 1986
  | area = {{convert|122|acre}}
  | governing_body = State
  | refnum = 86002103<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Seventh Sister is a property in [[East Haddam, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1986 .

It was built or has other significance in   1914 and   1919.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Gillette,William  and Porteus-Walker Co..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Medieval architecture|Medieval]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included four [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are two non-contributing buildings.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|122|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/86002103.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Seventh Sister
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/86002103.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Starr Mill[edit]

Try also Russell Mill (oth1 alternative name)

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Starr Mill
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Jct. of Middlefield St. and Beverly Heights, [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = C 1865 and C 1870
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = December 14, 1993
  | area = {{convert|22|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 93001379<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Starr Mill is a property in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1993 .

The property is or was also known as Russell Mill.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in C 1865 and C 1870.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]], one [[contributing structure]],  and one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|22|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/93001379.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Starr Mill / Russell Mill
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/93001379.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

==References==
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Starr Mill Road Bridge[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Starr Mill Road Bridge
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Starr Mill Rd. across the Cochinaug R., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
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  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = 1927
  | architect = Berlin Contruction Company
  | architecture = 
  | added = December 10, 1993
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | refnum = 93001344<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Starr Mill Road Bridge is a property in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1993 .

The property is or was also known as Beverly Heights Bridge;Bridge No. 4541.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in 1927.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Berlin Contruction Company.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/93001344.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Starr Mill Road Bridge / Beverly Heights Bridge;Bridge No. 4541
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/93001344.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Steamboat Dock Site[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Steamboat Dock Site
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Main St., [[Essex, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =   1813,   1878 and   1948
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Georgian architecture|Georgian]]
  | added = April 1, 1982
  | area = {{convert|0.8|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 82003768<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Steamboat Dock Site is a property in [[Essex, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1982 .

It was built or has other significance in   1813,   1878, and   1948.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Georgian architecture|Georgian]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]],  and one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|0.8|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/82003768.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Steamboat Dock Site
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/82003768.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

==References==
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William Stevens House (Clinton, Connecticut)[edit]

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What links to William Stevens House (Clinton, Connecticut) What links to Stevens, William, House

{{Infobox nrhp | name = Stevens, William, House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 131 Cow Hill Rd., [[Clinton, Connecticut]]
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =  
  | architect = Stevens,William
  | architecture = [[Saltbox architecture|Saltbox]] and Other 
  | added = May 30, 1985
  | area = {{convert|2.2|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 85001163<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Stevens, William, House is a property in [[Clinton, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1985 .

It was designed and/or built by Stevens,William.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Saltbox architecture|Saltbox]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|2.2|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/85001163.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Stevens, William, House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/85001163.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Town Farms Inn[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Town Farms Inn
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Spring St. at River Rd., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = C 1839, C 1853 and   1891
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Federal architecture|Federal]]
  | added = May 4, 1979
  | area = {{convert|4.3|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 79002614<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Town Farms Inn is a property in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1979 .

It was built or has other significance in C 1839, C 1853, and   1891.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Federal architecture|Federal]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included three [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|4.3|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/79002614.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Town Farms Inn
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/79002614.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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William Tully House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Tully, William, House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 135 N. Cove Rd., [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = c.1750
  | architect = Tully,William
  | architecture = [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]]
  | added = March 15, 1982
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 82004340<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Tully, William, House is a property in [[Old Saybrook, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1982 .

The property is or was also known as Heartsease.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance as of c.1750.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Tully,William.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included one [[contributing building]], and one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of less than {{convert|1|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/82004340.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Tully, William, House / Heartsease
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/82004340.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Old Middletown U.S. Post Office[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = U.S. Post Office
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 291 Main St., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
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  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = 1916
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals architecture|Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals]], [[Second Renaissance Revival architecture|Second Renaissance Revival]]   | added = April 12, 1982
  | area = {{convert|0.1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 82004338<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
U.S. Post Office is a property in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1982 .

The property is or was also known as Old Middletown Post Office.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in 1916.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Second Renaissance Revival architecture|Second Renaissance Revival]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|0.1|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/82004338.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: U.S. Post Office / Old Middletown Post Office
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/82004338.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Villa Bella Vista[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Villa Bella Vista
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 7 Old Depot Rd., [[Chester, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =   1908 and X 1920
  | architect = Pierre, Eila ; Lanzi, Martin
  | architecture = [[Italianate architecture|Italianate]]
  | added = December 28, 2000
  | area = {{convert|5|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 00001560<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Villa Bella Vista is a property in [[Chester, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2000 .

The property is or was also known as Pierre, Eila, House  or as The Ledges.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1908 and X 1920.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Pierre, Eila  and Lanzi, Martin.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Italianate architecture|Italianate]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of {{convert|5|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/00001560.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Villa Bella Vista / Pierre, Eila, House ; The Ledges
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/00001560.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Wadsworth Estate Historic District[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Wadsworth Estate Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 15, 30, 33, 59, 73, 89 Laurel Grove Rd., Wadsworth Falls State Park, and 421 Wadsworth St., [[Middletown, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =   1900,   1909 and   1917
  | architect = Hoppin, Francis L.V. ; Olmsted, John C.
  | architecture = [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]]
  | added = July 25, 1996
  | area = {{convert|270|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private ; Local ;  
  | refnum = 96000775<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Wadsworth Estate Historic District is a {{convert|270|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Middletown, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1996 .

The property is or was also known as Long Hill;The Cenacle;See Also:Nehemiah Hubbard House.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1900,   1909, and   1917.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Hoppin, Francis L.V.  and Olmsted, John C..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed, the district included seven [[contributing buildings]], seven [[contributing structures]],  and one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are five non-contributing buildings.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/96000775.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Wadsworth Estate Historic District / Long Hill;The Cenacle;See Also:Nehemiah Hubbard House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/96000775.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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William Ward Jr. House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Ward, William, Jr., House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 137 Powder Hill Rd., [[Middlefield, Connecticut]]
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  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
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  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built =  
  | architect = Sibley,William
  | architecture = [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]], [[Postmedieval English architecture|Postmedieval English]]   | added = February 19, 1988
  | area = {{convert|0.5|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 88000109<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Ward, William, Jr., House is a property in [[Middlefield, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1988 .

The property is or was also known as Dinosaur Hearth;Ward--Coe House.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Sibley,William.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Postmedieval English architecture|Postmedieval English]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing building.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|0.5|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/88000109.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Ward, William, Jr., House / Dinosaur Hearth;Ward--Coe House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/88000109.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Warner House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Warner House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 307 Town St., [[East Haddam, Connecticut]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = Connecticut
  | built = C 1738 and C 1790
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = February 19, 1987
  | area = {{convert|50|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 87000174<ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Warner House is a property in [[East Haddam, Connecticut]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1987 .

It was built or has other significance in C 1738 and C 1790.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]],  and one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|50|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name="nrhpinv3">{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/87000174.pdf
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Warner House
|author=___ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}} and 
[http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Photos/87000174.pdf
‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) CT0007  (code) Middlesex (county name).

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Jonathan Warner House[edit]

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