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EMPIRE OVER THE DAM: THE STORY OF WATERPOWERED INDUSTRY, LONG SINCE PASSED FROM THE SCENE

By Howell, Kenneth T. and Carlson, Einar W. (signed by both authors)

Chester, CT: The Pequot Press, 1974. HC. very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover) signed by authors. B&W ill., maps. ISBN 0871061422 This book focuses on the history of a water-powered industrial empire which thrived for more than 175 years in the rolling hills of northwestern Connecticut, including: Salisbury, Lime Rock, Woodbury, Washington, New Preston, New Milford, Marbledale, and more. Much detail is given on the area of this bookseller's shop, and the complex of which Ray Boas, Bookseller's, former shop in New Preston, Connecticut, was at one time part of. 269pp.

$75.00

MASHAMOQUET BROOK ITS PAST - INTO ITS FUTURE - [Pomfret, Connecticut]

By The Pomfret Conservation Commission - P. F. McFarlin, Chairman

Pomfret, CT: Pomfret Conservation Comm, 1975. PB. good, wraps (softcover) some discoloration/soiling to covers. B&W illustrations. Some light discoloration/soiling to covers. 28pp.

$20.00

THE OLD PATENT OF CONNECTICUT

By Coleman, R. V.

Westport, CT: published by the author, 1936. HC. good, black cloth spine, paper covered boards (hardcover). Limited to 199 copies. 54pp.

$25.00

A HISTORY OF SHERMAN: RECORDS AND RECOLLECTIONS - [Sherman, Connecticut]

By Giddings, Allie Hungerford

Sherman, CT: Sherman Historical Society, 2001. PB. good++, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. First published in 1977. 144pp.

$10.00

BRIDGEPORT: A PICTORIAL HISTORY - [Bridgeport, Connecticut]

By Palmquist, David W.

Virginia Beach, VA: The Donning Company, Pub, 1981. HC. good w/chipped dustjacket (hardcover). B&W illustrations. ISBN 0898650637 208pp.

$8.50

A FIGHT FOR LIBERTY: SOUTHWESTERN CONNECTICUT'S ROLE IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

By Geller, Herbert F.

Bridgeport, CT: Post Publishing Company. PB. good, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. 64pp.

$10.00

TRIASSIC LIFE OF THE CONNECTICUT VALLEY

By Lull, Richard Swann

Hartford, CT: State Geological Survey, 1953. PB. good, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. 336pp.

$15.00

CONNECTICUT HISTORY - NOVEMBER 1988 - NUMBER TWENTY-NINE: "350 YEARS: LEGAL AND CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENTS IN CONNECTICUT

By Tucker, Barbara M. (editor)

Willimantic, CT: Center for Conn. Studies, 1988. PB. fine, wraps (softcover). Collection of the papers presented at the conference October 22, 1988. Errata slip laid in. 151pp.

$20.00

THE CONNECTICUT AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE BULLETIN - INAUGUATION OF GEORGE ALAN WORKS AS PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE NOVEMBER 7-8, 1929

Storrs, CT: Published by the College, 1929. PB. very good, wraps (softcover). Bulletin Volume 25, Number 3 - November 1929. 59pp.

$15.00

THE CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY BULLETIN - VOLUME 50 NUMBER 3 SUMMER 1985

By Wilkie, Everett C. (editor)

Hartford, CT: Connecticut Historical Soc, 1985. PB. very good, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. p114-p166.

$10.00

THE LURE OF THE LITCHFIELD HILLS - VOLUME XXXI, NO. 1, SPRING-SUMMER, 1971 - SIXTY-THIRD ISSUE

By Nettie Wright Adams, Editor

Collinsville, CT: Nettie Wright Adams, Pub, 1971. PB. very good, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. Articles include: Unionville, Sanford & Hawley, Inc.; Woodbury's 19th Century Shear & Knife Co., Winchester Center, Blueberry Bazaar; Canton Center Post Office & General Store; Connecticut Enters the Revolution; Burlington, Ethan Stillman, Gunsmith; Falls Village Belden Street; and more. 60pp.

$9.00

THE LURE OF THE LITCHFIELD HILLS - VOLUME XI, NO. 1, JUNE, 1950 - TWENTY-FIRST ISSUE

By Litchfield Hills Federation

Winsted, CT: The Litchfield Hills Fed, 1950. PB. very good, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. Articles include: The Hills of Home; Barkhamsted Hollow; Canton Center General Store; Colebrook's Beech Hill; Avon Congregational Church; Pondtown - Part II; and more. 44pp.

$18.50

THE LURE OF THE LITCHFIELD HILLS - VOLUME X, NO. 2 - DECEMBER 1948

By Litchfield Hills Federation

Winsted, CT: The Litchfield Hills Fed, 1948. PB. very good, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. Articles include: Canfield's Corner; Vagabonding down the Pomperaug; The Farmington River, Part II; Economic Status of Small N.E. Towns; The Grants of Colebrook, Part II; and more. 40pp.

$18.50

THE LURE OF THE LITCHFIELD HILLS - VOLUME X, NO. 3, JUNE, 1949

By Litchfield Hills Federation

Winsted, CT: The Litchfield Hills Fed, 1949. PB. good+, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. Articles include: Shepaug Epic; Robertsville in the Past, Part I; Recollections of Lakeville; Early Torrington History; Christ Church, Canaan; Barber Town in Canton; and more 40pp.

$18.50

THE LURE OF THE LITCHFIELD HILLS - VOLUME XXXII, NO. 2, FALL & WINTER 1972 - SIXTY-SIXTH ISSUE

By Nettie Wright Adams, Editor and Publisher

Collinsville, CT: Nettie Wright Adams, Pub, 1972. PB. very good, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. Articles include: Water Wheel Mills of Litchfield Hills; Connecticut Sea Captain to Texas Cattle King; Barnum-Richardson Company's Iron Works; Connecticut in American Revolution (Part Five); Cherry's Kingdom, Canton, Conn; Earl Clock Makers of Bristol, Conn.; and more. 60pp.

$25.00

MY COUNTRY - VOL. 27, NO. 3, SUMMER 1993

By My Country Society, Inc

Litchfield, CT: My Country Society, Inc, 1993. very good+, wraps (softcover). Lead article is: Eli Whitney's Musket Contract. 44pp.

$5.00

ROLL, COMMITTEES AND RULES OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF CONNECTICUT 1925 - POCKET MANUAL

By Wild, Max M. (compiler)

Hartford, CT, 1925. HC. good, brown cloth (hardcover). This copy (embossed on front cover) belonged to Helen A. Green. 111pp.

$20.00

GREENWICH COUNTRY DAY: A HISTORY 1926-1986 -- [Greenwich, Connecticut]

By Elia, Susan D.; Seblatnigg, Renee F.; Storms, Val P.

Canaan, NH: Phoenix Publishing, 1988. HC. fine w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover). B&W illustrations. ISBN 0914659308 Letter from Headmaster, Peter G. Briggs, to author Susan Elia is laid in along with other ephemera. 115pp.

$15.00

THE LIEUTENANT RIVER

By Ely, Susan H. and Plimpton, Elizabeth B.

Old Lyme, CT: Lyme Historical Society, 1991. PB. very good++, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. About a small and little-known Connecticut river and the considerable influence it has exerted upon the Old Lyme regin of the past 350 years. 71pp.

$7.50

THE RIDGEFIELD TAVERN: A ROMANCE OF SARAH BISHOP [HERMITESS] DURING THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION - [Ridgefield, Connecticut]

By Enright, Maurice (illustrations by Katherine Enright)

Brooklyn, NY: Eagle Book and Job Printing, 1908. HC. good+, decorated green cloth (hardcover) LACKS front pastedown. Nice bright copy with decorated green cloth, BUT lacks the paper pastedown that would appear in the doorway of the stamped decoration on the front board. Growing up in neighboring Wilton, I remember the Revolutionary Cannonball that has been embedded in the Keeler Tavern since 1777. 229pp.

$20.00

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