Armoryville (historical) ( New Haven )

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Please find in what follows the full listing of the places related to the town of Armoryville (historical). Places are ordered by kind:

Building - Church - Dam - Hospital - Locale - Park - Populated Place - Reservoir - School - Spring - Summit - Tower - Woods.
Building Albertus Magnus College Library - Barry Building - Bellamy Building - Calvin Hill Day Care Center - Celentano Building - Curtis Building - Divinity Quadrangle - Eli Whitney Barn - Eli Whitney Museum - Fisher Building - Greenbriar Office Greenhouse and Rehabilitation Center - Human Relations Area File Library - Institute of Sacred Music - Jenkins Laboratory - Johnson Laboratory - Jones Auditorium - Leila Day Child Care Center - Marian Building - McAuliffe Building - McKeon Building - Nilan Building - North Building - Osborne Library - Overseas Mission Study Center - Paier College of Art Library - Porter Building - Rosary Building - Sansbury Building - Siena Building - Slate Library - Sterling Library - Water Learning Laboratory - Whitney Water Center - Yale Divinity School - Church Bethany Lutheran Church - Church of the Redeemer - First Church of Christ Scientist - First Presbyterian Church - First Unitarian Universalist Church - Mount Calvary Deliverance Church - Prayer and Deliverance Church - Saint Thomas Episcopal Church - Dam Lake Whitney Dam - Whitney Dam - Hospital Yale Psychiatric Institute - Locale Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station - Park East Rock Park - Edgerton Park - Foote School Field - Pardee Rose Garden - Whitney Avenue Historic District - Populated Place Armoryville (historical) - Reservoir Lake Whitney - School Albertus Magnus College - Cedarhurst School - Celentano School - Foote School - Paier College of Art - Saint Marys School - Saint Thomas Day School - State Street School - Sterling School - Upper School - Wilbur Cross High School - Worthington Hooker School - Spring Ball Spring (historical) - Cold Spring - Summit East Rock - Indian Head - Mill Rock - Tower WEDY-TV (New Haven) - Woods College Woods.

Besides Armoryville (historical) in the County of ( New Haven ) there are the following places of kind Populated Place . These are reported in what follows in alphabetical order:

Allingtown - Ansonia - Ardmore in Burnt Hills - Arlington Heights - Augerville - Autumn HIll - Baldwins Crossing - Barnesville - Bayview - Beacon Falls - Beaver Head Corner - Belvedere Heights - Berkshire Estates - Bethany - Bethany Wood - Boneville (historical) - Bowers Hill - Bradleyville - Branford - Branford Hills - Brewsterville (historical) - Brightview - Bronson Heights - Brooksvale - Bunker Hill - Burnt Hill - Cedar Beach - Cedar Land - Centerville - Cheshire - Cheshire Street (historical) - City Point - Clintonville - Coe Town (historical) - Davidsons Corner - Deaconwood - Derby - Devon - Dexterville (historical) - Double Beach - East Derby - East Farms - East Hanover (historical) - East Haven - East Meriden - East Mountain - East River - East Wallingford - Eastside Park - Fair Haven - Fair Haven East - Fair Lawn - Fairmount - Fairview (historical) - Fernwood Estates - Flanders (historical) - Forest Heights - Forestview Terrace - Fort Hill Park - Fort Trumbull - Fox Hollow - Fox Hollow - Foxon - Frarysville (historical) - Glen Ridge - Grand View Heights - Greenwood Heights - Guilford - Hamden - Hemingway Town (historical) - Heritage Village - Heritage Village - Highwood (historical) - Hillbright - Hillcrest - Hoadley Neck - Honeypot Glen - Hopeville - Hotchkiss Grove (historical) - Indian Neck - Ives Corner - Ivesville (historical) - Jerusalem (historical) - Kettletown - Kinneytown - Lakeside - Lakewood - Laurel Beach - Lebanon (historical) - Leetes Island - Liberia (historical) - Long Hill - Madison - Meadowbrook - Menunkatuc (historical) - Meriden - Middle Beach - Middlebury - Milford - Milford Lawns - Mill Plain - Millbrook - Miller Memorial Community - Millville - Mixville - Mohawk Park - Momauguin - Montowese - Morningside - Morris Cove - Mount Carmel - Mount Carmel Center - Mountaincrest - Myrtle Beach - Naugatuck - Naugatuck (historical) - Naugatuck Gardens - Naugatuck Junction - New Guinea (historical) - New Halville - New Haven - Newton Heights - North Branford - North Guilford - North Haven - North Haven Bridge - North Madison - North Milford (historical) - Northford - Nut Plains - Oakdale Manor - Old Milford (historical) - Orange - Oronoke - Overlook - Overlook - Oxford - Paugusset (historical) - Paynes Corners - Pine Bridge - Pine Orchard - Platts Knoll - Platts Mills - Podunk - Pondside - Prospect - Quaker Farms - Quinnipiac - Quinnipiac (historical) - Raynham - Red City (historical) - Richards Corner - Rivercliff - Riverside - Riverview Mobile Home Estates - Robert Hutt Congregate Housing - Rockland - Sachem Head - Savin Rock - Sea Bluff - Seaview Beach - Seymour - Short Beach - Silver Beach - Slineyville (historical) - South Britain - South End - South Meriden - Southbury - Southford - Spring Glen - Stony Creek - Straitsville - Strathmore Woods - Thompson Corner (historical) - Totoket - Town Plot Hill - Tracy - Turkey Hill (historical) - Tylertown (historical) - Union City - Valley Mobile Home Park - Wallingford - Walnut Beach - Warren Park - Washington Park - Waterbury - Waterville - West Cheshire - West Haven - West Hills - West Seymour - West Shore - West Side Hill - Westview Heights - Westville - Whitneyville - Wildermere Beach - Wolcott - Woodbridge - Woodmont - Woodtick - Woodwardtown (historical) - Woronock - Yalesville .

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Connecticut : Emblem of State

  • Capital : Hartford
  • Inhabitants : Connecticuter (Nutmegger, Connecticutioner)
  • State's Motto : Qui transtulit sustinet
  • English translation : He who transplanted sustains (Latin)
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