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Upstream: A Voyage on the Connecticut River

by Bachman, Ben (Text and Photos by)

Condition: Good. Spine creasing, tilt. Clean pages. Light edge wear.

Chester CT.: The Globe Pequot Press by arr. w/ Houghton-Mifflin., 1988. 2nd printing.. Trade paperback. Good. Spine creasing, tilt. Clean pages. Light edge wear.. 1 Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 217 p. Audience: General/trade. From its northernmost tributary in New Hampshire, The Connecticut River travels 400 miles southward into Long Island Sound. Author Ben Bachman wanted to explore its mysteries.


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