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In the summer of 2011 the CT River Ferries at Rocky Hill-Glastonbury and Chester-Hadlyme were threatened by Governor Malloy's budget cuts. Citizen groups were formed up and down the river to Save the Ferries.
Dividend Pond Trails & Archaelogical District
Rocky Hill Remembered Vol. 3 by Mike Martino
Bulkley Park is a 25 acre wooded hilly park in Rocky Hill nestled along the CT river.
Center Cemetery Slide Show by the Rocky Hill Historical Society at Cora J. Belden Library Friday, March 26, 1993
Rocky Hill Land Assests Historic Ground
Mar 4, 2012
by Ed Chiucarello
This video shows a satellite picture, a sign and a scenic view of each land asset in Rocky Hill CT. Dinosaur State Park and Quarry Park are both owned by the State of CT.
Air War in Europe 2 of 2 Rocky Hill men who served in the Air Corps in Europe.
Protecting, Promoting, and Preserving the History of Rocky Hill, CT
snail mail: P.O. Box 185
Bulkley Park July 23, 2013
July 13, 2012 by Maria Hagan
Air War in Europe 1 of 2 Rocky Hill men who served in the Air Corps in Europe.
Academy Hall Museum 785 Old Main Street Rocky Hill, CT 06067
Rocky Hill Remembered Vol. 2 by Mike Martino
Rocky Hill Historical Society
Rocky Hill Remembered Vol. 1 by Mike Martino
Rocky Hill Women in the Armed Forces in WWII Recorded March 10, 2002
Shad Fishing, Essex, CT
Eli Rodman, Civil War, Center Cemetery Video 2017
by Ed Chiucarello
Serving Those Who Served Rocky Hill Veterans Hospital 1989
Academy Hall Museum, Rocky Hill
The sound skips occasionally, perhaps due to the age of the tape from which it is copied. There is section on ships which shows huge, three-masted ships which could never have navigated the Connecticut river. This tape was made in 1991. There are some interesting artifacts shown.
Save Our Ferries by Ed Chiucarello
Alewifes Fishing 1930- Arthur Hale family fishing for alewifes on the Glastonbury side of the river.
Memories of Rocky Hill by Ruth Brooks, Written by Ruth Brooks (1908-1990) and read by Rae Ryan with slides by Dudley Cooke, Rocky Hill Historical Society meeting April 7, 1992, Cora Belden Library.
This is a treasure; an incredible insight into Rocky Hill in the early 20th century. Ruth’s memories are crisp & accurate. They jibe with other sources.
Some of the older history needs fact checking Phillip Goffe, not William Goffe built the Goffe House.
On June 3, 2012, Dividend Pond Trails & Archaelogical District was officially opened to the public. Dividend Pond Trails is a "nature park" with walking/hiking trails, two large ponds, and a triple dip waterfalls. Dividend Park as it is called, was the site of Rocky Hill's water-powered industrial area in the late 18th and early 18th century.
One step into the park and you will be transported from suburbia to into a forest rich in history and filled with the beautiful sounds of nature. If you love the great outdoors, you will not be disappointed when you visit Dividend Pond Trails, in the southeast corner of Rocky Hill, CT.
Historic Videos of Rocky Hill, CT!