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137 Norwich Rd

Public Collection Box
Central Village, CT 06374

21 S Main St

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Central Village, CT 06354

21 S Main St

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Central Village, CT 06354

29 School St

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Central Village, CT 06332

29 School St

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Central Village, CT 06332

29 School St

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Central Village, CT 06332

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106 Williams St

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Norwich, CT 06360

1104 Plainfield Pike

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Sterling, CT 06373

181 Fitchville Rd

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Bozrah, CT 06334

3 Park Avenue Ext

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Uncasville, CT 06382

39 Broad Street Ext

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Groton, CT 06340

1657 Route 12

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Ledyard, CT 06335

55 Coogan Blvd

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Old Mystic, CT 06355

659 Voluntown Rd

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Voluntown, CT 06351

290 Main St

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Scotland, CT 06350

290 Main St

Public Collection Box
Hanover, CT 06350

26 Gilman Rd

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Gilman, CT 06336

230 Shore Rd

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Old Lyme, CT 06371

72 S B St

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Versailles, CT 06380

1107 Plainfield Pike

Vpo Oneco
Oneco, CT 06373

365 Montauk Ave

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New London, CT 06320

1 Munroe Hall

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Quaker Hill, CT 06320

42 Railroad Ave

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Plainfield, CT 06374

391 Norwich Westerly Rd

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No Stonington, CT 06359

907 Norwich New London Tpke

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Gales Ferry, CT 06382

210 Bundy Hill Rd

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Taftville, CT 06351

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The Central Village Historic District is a historic district in the Central Village area of Plainfield, Connecticut that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) in 1991. It encompasses a late 19th-century historic mill village, including a small commercial center where Connecticut Route 12 and 14 meet, a cluster of architecturally distinguished buildings built by mill owners and managers, and a collection of mill worker housing units. It includes the Plainfield Woolen Company Mill, which is separately listed, as well as archaeological remnants of other mill infrastructure. It also includes Plainfield's old town hall (built 1872) and high school (built 1924). Other architecturally prominent buildings include the c. 1855 Italianate mansion of mill owner Arthur Fenner, and the 1845 Greek Revival Congregational Church.The area that is now Central Village was a typical agricultural area until 1814, when a consortium of locals built a small cotton mill on the banks of the Moosup River. This enterprise gradually expanded, with the owners building housing for the mill workers, creating a small village. In 1845 the Central Manufacturing Company, then the village's largest employer, built a brick mill. The village's growth was encouraged by the arrival of the railroad in 1839, which was run midway between two mill locations. The cotton mills declined in the late 19th century, but its economy was propped up by other industries until the early 20th century, when the Plainfield Woolen Company revived the textile industry, building the principal surviving mill building.

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