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Production At The Springfield Armory (1795-1968)
... In 1795, the Springfield Armory produced the new nation's first musket ... Fueled by the Springfield Armory, the City of Springfield quickly became a national center for invention and development ... Thomas Blanchard worked at Springfield Armory for 5 years ...
Knowledge Corridor - History - Complementary Strengths
... For decades after the decline of New England manufacturing, Hartford and Springfield competed for similar businesses ... During the early 1990s, a former Springfield mayor even went so far as to launch a campaign for Hartford businesses to "leave Hartford behind" for Springfield, touting Springfield's "quality ... corporate headquarters, government district, and relatively wider main thoroughfares, while Springfield is being defined as the Knowledge Corridor's recreational center, with numerous amusements ...
Second Battle Of Springfield - Aftermath
... The absence of Porter's column greatly impacted Marmaduke's chance for success at Springfield ... Springfield continued to remain an important supply and medical center for the Union army in the West ... twelve interpretive markers have recently been placed throughout downtown Springfield at the important sites of the battle ...
Knowledge Corridor
... Valley in Western Massachusetts (also known as Hartford-Springfield or the Hartford-Springfield Metropolitan Area) ... used primarily by groups such as the Hartford-Springfield Economic Partnership to foster an economic, cultural, and civic partnership between the two major cities on the Connecticut River Springfield, Massachusetts and ... The two cities' urban cores lie only 23.9 miles (38.5 km) apart, however, Hartford's and Springfield's efforts to cooperate have long been hampered by ...
Springfield, Vermont - Notable People - Sites of Interest
... Eureka Schoolhouse (1790) Hartness Mansion (1903-1904) Springfield Art Historical Society and Miller Art Center The Stellafane National Historic Landmark ...

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