Hebron Center Historic District facts for kids(Redirected from Hebron Center, Connecticut)
|Hebron Center Historic District|
|Location||Church, Gilead, Main, Wall and West Sts. and Marjorie Cir., Hebron, Connecticut|
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|Area||83 acres (34 ha)|
|Architectural style(s)||Federal; Greek Revival|
|Governing body||Private and Local|
Hebron Center Historic District is a 83-acre (34 ha) historic district in Hebron, Connecticut that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1993. The district encompasses the town center village of Hebron and represents the civic center of the town. At the time of listing, the district included 60 contributing buildings, the Hebron Green (Veterans Memorial Park), the remains of the site of the Hebron Town Pound, and the cemetery of St. Peter's Episcopal Church. Also included are 19 non-contributing buildings and six war memorials (non-contributing objects) on the Hebron Green. In addition to many 19th-century houses, several churches and the town public library (Douglas Library) are also included in the district.
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