Daniel Russell Monument

The Daniel Russell Monument is the only memorial at Cedar Hill featuring a life-size likeness of an actual person. The monument features a statue, in a sitting posture, of Daniel…
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Morgan Monument

Made of Nova Scotia granite, the Morgan Monument is said to represent John Pierpont Morgan’s vision of the Ark of the Covenant. Architect George Keller designed the monument. The Bay…
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Samuel Coit Monument

The hollow metal monument that graces the lot of Samuel Coit is commonly called a zinkie. It is named after the cast zinc (white bronze) of which it is made.…
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Wells Monument

Charles T. Wells erected this monument in honor of his father, Horace Wells, in 1909. Wells, a Hartford dentist in the 1840s, was posthumously recognized as the discoverer of anesthesia.…
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Stedman Memorial

The Stedman Memorial is an elaborately carved sarcophagus of military design by John M. Moffit. An English-born sculptor, Moffit is best known in Connecticut for the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument…
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Beach Monument

The Gothic monument, designed by noted architect Richard Upjohn, is in the style of a ciborium or freestanding canopy supported by columns which covers a church altar. Erected in 1868,…
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