ELLINGTON, CONNECTICUT

"The Past"

Western view of the central part of Ellington

The above is a west view of the Congregational church, and some other buildings in the central part of Ellington. In the village, or near the center of the town, are about 40 dwelling houses, most of which are finished in a neat, plain and handsome style. There is a high school, lyceum and conference house, school for young misses, district school, and two hotels, all of which are finished in a handsome style. The "Ellington School," designed principally for boys from the age of eight years to sixteen inclusive, is a respectable institution, and has acquired a deserved celebrity. The house of Judge Hall, the principal, and the high school, a spacious edifice, are elegant buildings, situated a little west of the Congregational church, on a gentle but beautiful eminence.

Reference: Connecticut Historical Collections......History and Antiquities of Every Town in Connecticut......2D Ed.; John Warner Barber, 1798-1885; Publisher: Durrie and Peck and JW, 1837.


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