Isaiah Adkins – served the Connecticut Line for 6 years
Rev. Ebenezer Baldwin – a patriotic preacher.
John Barker, M.D. – citizen, patriot, doctor
Israel Bissel – alerted colonists of the British attack at Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775.
General Henry Champion – a brave and efficient officer
Col. William Douglas – colonel of New Haven Regiment.
Oliver Ellsworth – Jurist, Statesman and Naturalist
Capt. John Gilbert – killed during the Battle of New Haven
Daniel Griswold – one of Knowlton’s Rangers.
Capt. Nathan Hale – the man with only one regret.
Capt. Nathan Hale – 2nd version
Capt. Nathan Hale – 3rd version
Capt. Nathan Hale – scholarly report on Nathan Hale
Cmdr. David Hawley – whaleboat warfare on the sound.
Joseph Cogner – Private in Captain William Hubbell’s Company
Gen. David Humphreys – aide to Gen. George Washington.
Gov. Samuel Huntington – the first president of the Continental Congress.
Gov. Samuel Huntington – Signer of the Declaration of Independence
Ezekiel Jacobs – Common Patriot
William Samuel Johnson – A lawyer who initiated new professional standards in legal practice
Col. Thomas Knowlton – Connecticut’s Forgotten Hero
Pvt. James Little – a soldier at Fort Lee, Fort Washington, British Prison Ships and the Danbury Alarm.
Capt. Matthew Mead – served under Putnam for the battle of New York.
Bethuel Newcomb – a soldier at Bunker Hill.
Thomas Paine – influence on the American Revolution.
James Palmer – Revolutionary War Soldier and Sailor sailed with John Paul Jones.
1st Lt David Perry – a soldier in the French & Indian War and Rev War.
Gen. Israel Putnam – one of the principal commanders at the battle of Bunker Hill and Breed’s Hill.
Paul Revere – warned the troops for the start of the war.
Roger Sherman – the only man to sign all four founding articles.
Roger Sherman – One of the most remarkable men of the Revolution
Gen. Gold Selleck Silliman – fought in the battle of New York.
Joseph Spencer – Major-General of the Continental Troops
Elijah and Marauchie Sperry– History of the Patriot
Abel Spicer – fighting for the cause of liberty.
Capt. Abner Stocking – fought in Boston and Quebec.
Capt. Stephen Stow – 200 Invisible Men: Tyranny on the Sound!
James Taylor – sergeant in Massachusetts regiments
Thomas Taylor – sergeant in Massachusetts regiments
Jonathan Trumbull – Connecticut Governor
Jonathan Trumbull, Jr. – An uncompromising exponent of Federalism
Seth Warner – A Family History Epic
Col. Jeremiah Wadsworth – deputy commissary-general for the Colonies.
Jonathan Wadsworth – fought in the Battle of Saratoga
William Williams – Signer of the Declaration of Independence
Gov. Oliver Wolcott, Sr. – Congressman during the war.
Gov. Oliver Wolcott, Sr – Signer of the Declaration of Independence