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A plaque in the park reads:
CHARTER OAK TRIANGLE
The oak tree on this point is a direct descendent of the famous Connecticut Charter Oak.
The oak was planted, Gen. Paines remains moved to this site and his statue erected in 1900 by the D. A. R.
This marker placed by the City Beautiful Commission to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the naming of the town and the beautification of this triangle. 1966