This historic landowners map of Glastonbury, Connecticut was created in 1869 by Baker & Tilden, map publishers from Hartford.  The map features 18 districts including Naubuc, South Glastonbury, Meshomasic, Buckingham, and Birch Mountain District.

The map features the old spelling of the town’s name, Glastenbury. In 1870 the name of the town was changed from Glastenbury to Glastonbury, with a spelling to match Glastonbury, England.

Each plot of land is labeled with the name of the person who owned the land at that time. Landmarks on the map include Eagle Mills, Salmon Brook, Glastonbury Knitting Company, Strickland Foundry, Minnehaush Mountain, Diamond Lake, Bucks Corner, and more.

This historic map of Glastonbury was restored by KNOWOL. Reproductions of the restored map are available here.

Landowners Map of Glastonbury, CT from 1869

This vintage map of Glastonbury makes an attractive addition to your office, library, or den and can even be used to teach children the geography and history of the area. When you’re done exploring, click here to get your copy.