Ansonia, Connecticut
Ansonia is a city in New Haven County, Connecticut, United States, on the Naugatuck River, immediately north of Derby, and about 12 miles (19 km) northwest of New Haven. The population was 19,249...
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Osbornedale State Park
Osbornedale State Park is a Connecticut state park in Ansonia and Derby, Connecticut. It includes the historic home Osbornedale, which is operated as a house museum, the Kellogg Environmental Center, ...
Ansonia High School (Connecticut)
Ansonia High School is a public four-year high school located in Ansonia, Connecticut. It has approximately 683 students in grades 9 through 12. About 71.2 percent of the student body is Caucasian; 28...
Anson Green Phelps
Anson Green Phelps (March 24, 1781 – November 30, 1853) was an American entrepreneur and business man from Connecticut. Beginning with a saddlery business, he founded Phelps, Dodge & Co. in 1833 a...
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United States Post Office–Ansonia Main
The U.S. Post Office-Ansonia Main, also known as the Ansonia Main Post Office, is located at 237 Main Street in Ansonia, Connecticut. It is a single story steel and masonry structure, finished in lim...
David Humphreys House
The General David Humphreys House, located at 37 Elm St., Ansonia, Connecticut, was built from 1695 to 1698 and is the birthplace of the American Revolutionary War Colonel David Humphreys. Humphreys ...
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Ansonia Clock Company
Ansonia Clocks were made by a clock manufacturing business which started in Ansonia, Connecticut, in 1851 and which moved to Brooklyn, New York, in 1878. An enormously successful business, it turned o...
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Ansonia (Metro-North station)
The Ansonia Metro-North Railroad station serves residents of Ansonia, Connecticut, USA, via the Waterbury Branch of the New Haven Line. All service on the Waterbury Branch is shuttle service to Bridge...
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