This is a flyer announcing a Hartland Historical Society event in 2004. HHS Walking Tour Flyer 2004
Category: Places and Buildings
Evarts Park hasn’t changed much over the years. The pipe fencing rotted out and was replaced with chains and cement posts. It fronts on U.S. Rte. 5. Evarts Park
The Pavillion Hotel was on the site of Damon Hall in Three Corners. It was replaced by Damon Hall in 1914. Pavillion Hotel Pavillion Hotel looking up Rt. 12 toward Four Corners
The original round barn was added onto twice, increasing herd size to 150 head. The round barn burned in 1978 and some Milking Shorthorns were lost. The replacement barn was a 100 stall tree stall facility, with attached heifer barn. It was located at Green Acres Farm, the home of Philo Withington in North Hartland. […]
This document was compiled by Howland Atwood in 1991. Except for some minor typographical and editorial corrections, what follows is exactly as he filed it in the Hartland Historical Library. The Willard Cemetery is primarily a private family cemetery, located on the left, part way up Mace Hill. As in other cases, some neighbors were […]
This is the Merritt house located on Route 12 beyond the Historical Society.
This picture is from the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. It was taken in 1940 and is credited to Marion Post Wolcott, 1910-1990, photographer. This is the Cowdrey’s house.
Culverts are openings beneath roads and railroad lines generally constructed out of stone. They were used where a full fledged bridge was unnecessary. Culverts originally were built to form a dry, hard surface over small streams. Later on with railroads crisscrossing farm lands animal underpasses were added. Most culverts are below the road surface. Hence, […]
By Jon Wolper, Valley News Staff Writer Published in print: Thursday, April 25, 2013, used with permission. Jason Norris, who works for contractor Jan Lewandoski, measures the outside of the steeple of the Hartland Unitarian Church in Hartland Four Corners yesterday. (Valley News – Sarah Priestap) Hartland – Since the mid-1850s, a white steeple […]
By Ben Conarck, Valley News Staff Writer, Monday, April 15, 2013, (Published in print: Monday, April 15, 2013). Used with permission. Hartland — A team of archaeologists hired by the president of VTel to exhume a cemetery located on his 173-acre estate have unearthed fragments of Upper Valley history nearly two centuries old, but not […]