Cedar Hill (New Haven)

Cedar Hill (New Haven)

Cedar Hill (New Haven)

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Cedar Hill is a neighborhood in New Haven, Connecticut. It includes portions of the city-designated neighborhoods of East Rock, Quinnipiac Meadows, and Mill River.

Cedar Hill was named for cedar trees that were once plentiful there in 1665. The area was divided from the local surroundings by the construction of I-91 in the 1950s.

Cedar Hill's boundary runs from James Street, up the Mill River, to Rice Field, over Indian Head Rock, to the Hamden town line, across to Middletown Avenue, to the Eastern side of State Street, back up to James Street.


Early settlement

David Atwater was one of the earliest European settlers recorded living in Cedar Hill (at that time called the East Farm).Francis Atwater, , Journal Publishing Company, Meriden, Conn. 1907http://www.archive.org/stream/historyandantiqu00barbrich#page/39/mode/2up/search/atwater History and antiquities of New Haven (Conn.) from its earliest settlement to the present time...
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