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Seventeen-acre site of the former Colt Armory complex, which is listed as a National Landmark and is under Congressional study to become a National Park.
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Are the stars aligning over Coltsville?
Article from The Connecticut Mirror.
Information from the Hartford Preservation Alliance.
Recents posts about plans for Coltsville National Park, provided by the CT Mirror.
Coltsville National Historical Park Wins Final Approval
Reprint of article by Gregoary B. Hladky from December 13, 2014.
Coltsville National Park plans discussed during shutdown
Reprint of October 3, 2013 article by Ana Radelat in The CT Mirror.
Coltsville Project Status
Information from the Connecticut General Assembly.
Coltsville Study Act of 2003
Information fon bill that was originally introduced on January 29, 2003 and is sponsored by Rep. John Larson (D-CT1).
Coltsville, a Great Candidate for the National Park System
U.S. Congressman John B. Larson is joined by U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and other Connecticut officials in front of the old Colt Factory in this YouTube video.
Coltsville: A National Historic Landmark
Information provided by the Connecticut Trust For Historic Preservation.
Gun Valley: New Coltsville National Historic Park in Hartford to partner with Springfield Armory |
Article by Jim Kinney from March 10, 2015 edition of MassLIVE.
Learning from Coltsville
Reprint of 2002 article by Dave Kopel and Michael Brotherton in the National Review.
Making a Success of Coltsville
Article by William Hosley in the Hog River Journal.
Off Like a Shot: A developer steps forward to rejuvenate Hartford's historic Colt Armory.
Reprint of 2003 article by Tricia Vita from Preservation Magazine.
S. 1347: Coltsville National Historical Park Act
A bill in the U.S. Congress to establish Coltsville National Historical Park in the State of Connecticut, and for other purposes. Information from govtrack.us.
Senate puts Coltsville on verge of national park status
Article by Ana Radelat from the December 11, 2014 issue of The CT Mirror.
Contemporary color photos and historical information on area of the city once dominated by Colt's Firearms Factory.
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