E. Articles on Windsor Locks Historical Society website

They are on-line at the Windsor Locks Historical Society (WLHS) Website which is at


If you click on the blue addresses below, it will take you to the article. However, you will not be able to download it.

55 Church Street - A classic Windsor Locks Home

Amos, Laurie Colli, March 23, 2015

A Glimpse into Life in a Railroad Worker Shanty House

NO AUTHOR NAME, January 3, 2015

A Canal Secret

Kervick, Chris, December 28, 2914

A Rememberance of Albert Lee: One of WIndsor Locks' Greatest Athletes

Devlin, Phiiip R., March 28, 2015

A Tale of Two James Lynches

Kervick, Daniel F., and Kervick, J. Christopher, Dec, 28, 2014

Baseball in Windsor Locks

Kervick, Chris, January 1, 2015

Early Catholicism in North Central Connecticut

Kervick, Chris., December 12, 1914

Irish Entrepreneur Built Nation's Biggest aper Mill in Windsor Locks

Hogan, Neil, January 3, 2015

Maple Hill, The Burnap Mansion Built circa 1863

Devlin, Philip R., January 6, 2016

Normandy Campaign Took Heavy Toll on a Connecticut Town

Devlin, Philip R., January 8, 2015

The Civil War Experience of Joseph Underwood

NO AUTHOR NAME, January 9, 2015

The Montgomery Industrial Complex

Kervick, Chris, January 24, 2015

Transportation of Gunpowder on the Windsor Locks Canal a Booming Business

Kervick, Chris., December 11, 2014

Who Was John Moore? - The Story Behind an 1857 Auction Notice

Kervick, Chris, January 4, 2015

Windsor Locks: Home of America's Firs Christmas Tree

Devlin Philip R., November 17, 2015

Windsor Locks Navy Man Died in 1963 in the Largest Submarine Disaster Ever

Devlin, Philip. R., April 6, 2016