Camp Dutton
Litchfield, CT

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(8-05) This is a marker in Litchfield, CT marking the farm fields where the 2nd Connecticut Heavy Artillery Regiment assembled and trained in August/September of 1862. It is named in honor of Henry Dutton. Dutton was a Yale law graduate, practicing law in Litchfield when the call for men came. He signed on with the 5th CT Volunteers and lost his life at Cedar Mountain (Aug. 1862). Henry Dutton was the son of Connecticut Governor Dutton (1854-1855).

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