|Introduction||Historical Background||Chronology||Geography||Biography||Technology||Ownership and Financing||General Bibliography|
|New England States||Connecticut|
Connecticut became a state in 1788.
Connecticut Corporations, December 1790-May 1820 ; two volumes and index : index Collection includes petitions and charters for early aqueduct and water companies.
Connecticut Water Works Association
The State of Connecticut in 1837 published a compilation of Resolves and Private Laws of the State of Connecticut from the year 1789 to the year 1836, which states on page 53, "Newtownship Aqueduct in New Haven, incorporated May 1809, but no action under the charter." A review of the laws passed during the May 1809 session does not include a "Newtownship Aqueduct," but does include a "New Township Academy" in New Haven, which suggests that the 1837 compiler read "academy" as "aqueduct."
1943 A General index to the private laws and special acts of the state of Connecticut.
Service Areas, Upper Connecticut River Water Supply Management Area,
May 24, 1988
1999 Formation of Regional Water Authorities in Connecticut
Water Utilities by Town
Utility Coordinating Committee, Connecticut Department of Public Health
|Note: The second column in the chronological table above shows the order in which systems were built in the state. Where no number is shown, a company was formed but no evidence has been found that the system was constructed.|
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