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‡ Jan Cunningham, consultant, Cunningham Preservation Associates, LLC, and John Herzan, national register coordinator, Connecticut Historical Commission, Glastonbury-Rocky Hill Ferry Historic District, nomination document, 2005, National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places, Washington, D.C.
Ferry Lane • Glastonbury Avenue • Meadow Road • Pease Lane • Pratt Street • Riverview Road • Route 160 • Tryon Street