Think you know Monroe history? Take the Monroe Through Time quiz

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MONROE, CT — Town history buffs, and longtime residents who’ve heard stories over the years, can test their knowledge with today’s quiz. For others it’s a fun way to learn interesting facts about Monroe’s past.

Monroe Through Time

The Monroe Historical Society's book, "Monroe Through Time," available at Edith Wheeler Memorial Library, is full of photos chronicling the town's history. The Monroe Sun referenced the book for this 10-question quiz. See how well you do!

3 thoughts on “Think you know Monroe history? Take the Monroe Through Time quiz

  1. I was born and raised in Monroe, moved to Easton in 1950 then to Florida
    in 1974 then returned to Monroe in 2015. My parents owned and operated
    the Monroe Airport. Ben Hurd constructed the airport out of the Monroe Race Tract and opened the airport in 1941 but closed for two years during WW II
    when we moved and operated an airport in Wingdale, NY. The United States
    government closed all private airports within 50 miles of the coast

    • U S Government closed all private airports within 50 miles of the coast in
      World War II. There were Uboats from the Nazi enemy who were operating
      off the Atlantic coast including Long Island Sound. Bridgeport had many
      factories producing all kinds of war materials. The factories had small
      balloons tendered to their companies to protect them from foreign aircraft.

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