Hartland [Hartford County] Connecticut was named 1733 from Hart(ford) land, because it was owned by Hartford men. Incorporated in May, 1761.
Area, 34.6 sq. miles. Population, est., 1,970. Voting Districts, 1. Principal industries, agriculture and manufacture of wood products.
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42 Degrees North, 73 Degrees West
Photographs and description of what's to be found at the intersection of longitude and latitude. Local contribution to the Degree Confluence Project.
Connecticut Town Histories: Hartland
Reprint from the Connecticut Historical Collection by John Warner Barbour, originally published in 1836.
East Hartland Contour Map
Provided in PDF format by the University of Connecticut.
The East Hartland Volunteer Fire Department
Facebook page of volunteer organization.
Hartland Elementary School
Staff listing, school calendar and PTO information. Provides Board of Education members and meeting minutes.
Information from Wikipedia.com.
Profile in PDF format from the Connecticut Economic Resource Center includes demographics, economics, education and government. [PDF]
Provides municipal, education and cultural information for the town. Includes photos of recent events.
Horace B. Clark Woods
Abandoned farmland parcel of 432 acres of forested area donated to the New England Forestry Foundation. Adjacent to Tunxis State Park in East Hartland. Shows map.
Hubbard River NR, West Hartland, CT
Information from the US Geological Survey on river conditions.
J. Austin Forbes Ltd.
Purveyors of fishing equipment, including reels, rods, accessories, gifts and jewelry.
A Valley Flooded
Reprint of article by Kevin Murphy as it appeared in the Hog River Journal.
The Wilderness School
A prevention, intervention and transition program for adolescents sponsored by the State of Connecticut Department of Children and Families.
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