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History of Danbury, CT
These are translations
of the mottoes on the official Seal of the City of
Danbury which was Incorporated on April 19, 1889 when Governor Morgan
Bulkeley signed the document making the City of Danbury official.
Henry Hoyt helped design the Seal which can be seen on all the “Welcome
to Danbury” road signs when entering the City from the towns
that border Danbury, like Bethel, Ridgefield, Brookfield, New Fairfield
and Brewster in the State of New York. The central motto, on the
red diagonal band which divides the seal, is “Restituimus”
or “We have Restored”. Underscoring this point, atop
the shield, is a phoenix rising from a fiery crown. The bird has
in its beak a second motto, on a Yellow band “Perege Modo”,
translated from the Latin as “Ever Onward” or “Let
Us Go Forward”. The Seal also depicts a locomotive the railroad
line established in 1852.
A Derby Hat on the Seal symbolizes the City’s Hat Manufacturing
Industry, which during the 1800's and all the way up to 1950, Danbury
was known as the Hat city of the world and it is said that the first
hat made in the U.S. was made in Danbury. Danbury shops led the
country in fur hat production and were exporting 20,000 hats annually,
all hand made in small shops. Between 1808 & 1809, there were
56 hat shops in operation selling hats from $6 to $10. In 1849 a
machine was introduced, which could form fur felt hat bodies, nearly
eliminating all the small shops which gave way to larger factories
that were concentrated along the banks of the Still River from West
Street to East Liberty Street and eventually helped increase production
levels to over 5,000,000. The Still River played a huge part in
the success of hat manufacturing because the hat making process
needed to use a lot of water and also have a place to dump it's
waste. Moving Companies Danbury, CT