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My hometown. Enfield. Hazardville section.

Christine Noddin
Hazardville, CT - started as an industrial city, Hazardville takes its name from Colonel Augustus George Hazard[6] (1802–1868), who bought into the company in 1837 and eventually built it to become a major producer of gunpowder. The company changed its name to Loomis, Hazard & Company in 1837, and became the Hazard Powder Company in 1843 when Hazard bought Loomis' share of the business.

Powder Hollow in Hazardville – Who Knew? | Connecticut History | a CTHumanities Project

...that 40% of all the gunpowder consumed in the Civil War came from Powder Hollow in Hazardville (a part of Enfield, Connecticut). Not only that, but during the attack on Fort Sumter, the opening engagement of the war, Confederate artillerymen actually used Connecticut-made powder. Far from characterizing the dangers inherent in gunpowder production, Hazardville was named after Colonel Augustus G. Hazard, the gunpowder manufacturer who established over 100 separate mills on 400 acres of…

Colonel Augustus G. Hazard and the Hazard Powder Company - Hardcover Black & White Version

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1907 Postcard Thompsonville, Connecticut North Main Street & Trolley Station | eBay

1907 Postcard Thompsonville, Connecticut North Main Street & Trolley Station | eBay

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Hazardville Connecticut Map Antique Historic Colonel Hazard

Hazardville Map Connecticut Antique Historic Colonel Hazard | Etsy

This is an original hand colored antique map from the 1800s showing Hazardville Connecticut. Hazardville was so name by it's founder Augustus George Hazard who was also known as Colonel Hazard who founded Hazard Powder Company in 1843. This entire map page measures about 13-1/2" x 16-1/2". ** * Please note that I am selling other maps, incl other Connecticut maps: http://etsy.me/2ceUMPq ____________________________________________________ ** Colonel Hazard's company was one of the largest…

Hazardville, CT

Hazardville, CT

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