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Joseph Webb House - Wethersfield, CT - 2
Joseph Webb House in Wethersfield, Connecticut, in 2009
Asa Barnes Tavern
Asa Barnes Tavern/Levi B. Frost House in Southington, Connecticut, in 2011

A series of sites along the Washington–Rochambeau Revolutionary Route have been listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places or otherwise recognized and preserved. Buildings or roadway or other artifacts at these sites have been preserved and still evoke the army's passage in 1781 and its return in 1782. A multiple-property documentation study completed in 2001 addressed many of the Connecticut sites, and outlined criteria for NRHP-eligibility of others. Recognized historic sites include, from East to West:

Rochambeau Route, Manship and Barstow Rds junction, Canterbury, CT
Manship and Barstow Roads junction
Rochambeau Route, Barstow Rd to Westminster, Canterbury, CT
Barstow Road to Westminster Road
March Route of Rochambeaus Army Bailey Road
Bailey Road marker
Van Veghten House, Finderne, NJ - Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route
Van Veghten House, Finderne, New Jersey, 2018
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