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Connecticut River, Allis, Marguerite
1 Connecticut River
Allis, Marguerite

G.P. Putnam's Sons 1939, Good+ with no dust jacket; Hardcover; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Ex-Library; 310 pp. bound in green pebbled cloth; gilt lettering. Ex-library with Dewey numbers on spine; library markings on endpapers (no pocket). Clean, bright cover; minor rubbing on edges. Tightly bound. Pages clean, bright and intact. 29572 
Price: 17.96 USD
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The Town and City of Waterbury, Connecticut from the Aboriginal Period to the Year Eighteen Hundred and Ninety-five; Volume II only., Anderson, Joseph (editor); and Anna L. Ward
2 The Town and City of Waterbury, Connecticut from the Aboriginal Period to the Year Eighteen Hundred and Ninety-five; Volume II only.
Anderson, Joseph (editor); and Anna L. Ward

Price & Lee Company 1896, First Edition. Good+; Hardcover; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; New Haven, CT; Volume II only of 3 volume set. 559 pages, bound in black cloth; gilt lettering on spine.Over 75 illustrations of landmarks or infrastructure; about 45 portraits, including steel engravings. Moderate edge wear and shallow fraying at spine ends. Preliminary pages foxed; most internal pages free of foxing, but scattered foxing increasing toward later pages, especially margins of portraits. Retains a musty odor. Illustrations include: Benedict & Burnham Manufacturing, Holmes, Booth & Haydens; Plume & Atwood; Randolph & Clowes; Rogers & Brother; Scoville Manufacturing; Waterbury Brass; Waterbury Watch; Naugatuck River; Southeast View of Waterbury; the Green, Bank St.; West Main Street Bridge; Waterbury from the Abrigador; Cooke St. Reservoir; Naugatuck Railroad Station; Meriden Waterbury & Connecticut River RR station; Prichard Homestead; Old Cooke Homestead; Rose Hill Cottage, East Mill; West Milll; St. Margaret's School; many more. Packaged with care and shipped in a box.; 3 volumes Series 28044 
Price: 67.50 USD
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THE CONNECTICUT RIVER and the Valley of the Connecticut, Three Hundred and Fifty Miles from Mountain to Sea, Bacon, Edwin M.
3 THE CONNECTICUT RIVER and the Valley of the Connecticut, Three Hundred and Fifty Miles from Mountain to Sea
Bacon, Edwin M.

G. P. Putnam's Sons 1907, Second Printing. Good+; Hardcover; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; Ex-Library; 487 pages, bound in navy blue cloth, with gilt lettering and paste-on pictorial on front cover; top edge gilt. 95 illustrations including frontis with tissue guard. Fold-out map of Connecticut River at rear. Clean cover with moderate edge wear; fraying at ends of spine, corner tips bumped. Solid binding. Gilt lettering bright and intact. Typical library markings with numbers on spine; card pocket, withdrawn stamp. Interior very clean and bright. Color folding map of the Connecticut River crisp and intact, although shows an additional crease or two. Packaged with care and shipped in a box. 25882 
Price: 31.50 USD
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The Connecticut River Valley in King Philip's War, Bacon, Edwin M.; Lodi, Edward (Editor)
4 The Connecticut River Valley in King Philip's War
Bacon, Edwin M.; Lodi, Edward (Editor)
1934400084 / 9781934400081
Rock Village Publishing 2008, Fine; Softcover; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 109 pages, in purple printed wraps. SIGNED by the editor, Edward Lodi. Crisp, clean, tight. ; Signed by Editor 28479 
Price: 18.86 USD
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Likely Tales: Stepney Parish, 1776 Being an interpretation of life in the parish of Stepney during the American War of Independence, Belden, Shirley
5 Likely Tales: Stepney Parish, 1776 Being an interpretation of life in the parish of Stepney during the American War of Independence
Belden, Shirley

Bicentennial Committee 1976, Near Fine; Softcover; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Rocky Hill, CT; 37 pages, pamphlet format; stapled binding. Map of Rocky Hill (Likely Tales: Stepney Parish) circa 1776; description of shipbuilding during this era. Near Fine; just a hint of sunning on spine.Crisp, tight, unmarked. 30232 
Price: 17.96 USD
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Wigan;  A Historical Souvenir, Blakeman, Bob
6 Wigan; A Historical Souvenir
Blakeman, Bob
0750914750 / 9780750914758
Sutton Publishing Ltd 1996, First Edition. Fine in Very Good dust jacket; Hardcover; 4to 11" - 13" tall; Crisp, price-clipped jacket with some scratches on back panel. History of Wigan, Greater Manchester, England, an industrial town on the River Douglas. 29600 
Price: 27.00 USD
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The Descendants of John Bowen, Bowen, Fanny Corey; Bowen, J. Whitney
7 The Descendants of John Bowen
Bowen, Fanny Corey; Bowen, J. Whitney

J.Whitney Bowen 1941, Very Good; Hardcover; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 182 pages, bound in burgundy cloth, gilt title. Clean cover; gilt bright and intact; light shelf wear. Firm binding. Endpapers and internals age toned. Previous owner's bookplate affixed to front endpaper. Brief ink notation on one page. Family history of John Bowen of Freetown, Fall River Massachusetts and Tiverton Rhode Island, organized in two parts with the issue of son Nathan in Part I and John Jr. in Part II to the 8th generation. 1472 direct descendants are named in the book. Research assistance by Mrs. Leah H. B. Maloney and completion and organization of Fanny Corey Bowens notes by J. Whitney Bowen. Packaged with care and shipped in a box. 27130 
Price: 76.50 USD
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School Memories, Columbia [Connecticut] 1732-1948, Bowen, Kenneth; Arlene Gray; Donald and Eleanor Tuttle; et. al.
8 School Memories, Columbia [Connecticut] 1732-1948
Bowen, Kenneth; Arlene Gray; Donald and Eleanor Tuttle; et. al.

Columbia Historical Society 1976, Revised Edition. Very Good+; Softcover; tall 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 68 pages; plus addenda, bound in red pictorial wrappers. Brief history, black & white photos of Columbia's schools, including Old Hop River, Pine Street, Chestnut Hill, Center, North District, and West Street. Bright clean cover with minor scuffing on back. Pages clean, bright, unmarked. 29271 
Price: 26.96 USD
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Pack Dogs to Helicopters:   Pat Callison's Story, CALLISON, Pat
9 Pack Dogs to Helicopters: Pat Callison's Story
CALLISON, Pat

Author Published 1984, First Edition. Signed by Author Near Fine in Fair dust jacket; Hardcover; tall 8vo 9" - 10" tall; Signed by Pat on blank flypage. Pat Callison's life in British Columbia and the Yukon, as a pilot, engineer, Commissioner of the Yukon, and adventurer. 221 pp, bound in beige cloth; b & w photos throughout; maps illustrate endpapers. Crisp, clean book; firm binding. Bright, clean interior. Brief notation on front endpaper. Jacket chipped, long tear on front panel. ; Signed by Author 29602 
Price: 31.50 USD
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SURVEY OF MISSISSIPPI RIVER BETWEEN MISSOURI RIVER AND MINNEAPOLIS: Letter from the Secretary of War Transmitting Report from the Chief of Engineers on Survey of Mississippi River between Missouri River and Minneapolis,  with a View to Securing a Channel Depth of 9 Feet at Low Water, with Suitable Widths. In Two Parts; Part 2 -- Drawings, Chief of Engineers, US Army Corps of Engineers
10 SURVEY OF MISSISSIPPI RIVER BETWEEN MISSOURI RIVER AND MINNEAPOLIS: Letter from the Secretary of War Transmitting Report from the Chief of Engineers on Survey of Mississippi River between Missouri River and Minneapolis, with a View to Securing a Channel Depth of 9 Feet at Low Water, with Suitable Widths. In Two Parts; Part 2 -- Drawings
Chief of Engineers, US Army Corps of Engineers

U. S. Government Printing Office 1932, Very Good+; Map; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 87 maps (engineer's drawings) in a slipcase. Volume 27of the 72nd Congress; House Document No. 137. Drawings executed in 1930, report printed in 1932, showing topography and layout of dams on the upper Mississippi River. All maps present, clean, crisp and intact; some with slight yellowing on fold. Slipcase soiled, but solid; stamped with "U.S. Supt.of Documents". Drawings show topography, borings, dam layout, duration and rating curves. Including: Hastings Lock and Dam Vicinity; Dam No. 3, Red Wing; Dam No. 4, Alma; Dam No. 5, Fountain City; Dam No. 5A, Winona; Dam No. 6, Tempaleau; Dam No. 7, La Crosse; Dam No. 8, Genoa; Dam No. 9, Lynxville; Upper Mississippi River wild life and fish refuge, Lake Pepin to Davenport; Dam No. 10, Cassville; Dam No. 11 Spechts Ferry; Dam No. 12, Gordons Ferry; Dam No. 13, Sabula; Dam No. 14, Le Claire; Dam no. 15, Rock Island; Dam No. 16, Muscatine; Dam No. 17, New Boston; Dam No. 18, Burlington; Dam No. 19, Keokuk; Dam No. 20, Canton; Dam No. 21, Quincy; Dam No. 22, Hannibal; and Dam No. 23, Louisiana. 28170 
Price: 135.00 USD
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The Mill on Mad River, Clark, Howard
11 The Mill on Mad River
Clark, Howard

Little, Brown and Company 1948, First Edition, Stated. Very Good in Good dust jacket; Hardcover; Small 8vo 7" - 8" tall; SIGNED by the author. NOT as Book Club. 278 pages, bound in beige cloth with blue stamped lettering & design. Bright clean cover; light wear ends of spine; cloth creased at base of spine. Interior crisp, clean, tight. Good-Only jacket shows a 2" closed tear on front; shallow chipping; wear on rear flap fold; creasing on back panel. Original publisher's price of $2.50 intact on flap. Novel set in Waterbury Connecticut, with protagonist Anson Holt becoming a major player in the brass industry. Jacket desing by Alan Tompkins. Packaged with care and shipped in a box. 28048 
Price: 40.50 USD
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Poverty Island, Clark, Neri A.; Catherine Christiano (ill.)
12 Poverty Island
Clark, Neri A.; Catherine Christiano (ill.)

Old Lyme Historical Society 2006, First Edition Thus. Fine; Softcover; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 25 pages, pictorial wraps. Map, illustrations. Memoir of a young man's adventures on Poverty Island, Old Lyme Connecticut during the Great Depression. (Poverty Island lies across the Black Hall River inlet from Great Island, near the mouth of the Connecticut River).Crisp, as new and unmarked. 29383 
Price: 17.96 USD
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Deep River: The Illustrated Story of a Connecticut River Town, Connors, Daniel J.
13 Deep River: The Illustrated Story of a Connecticut River Town
Connors, Daniel J.

Pequot Press 1966, Near Fine with no dust jacket; Hardcover; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 70 pages. Illustrated with black & white photos, maps. Crisp, clean, tight. Light wear at head of spine. Glassine jacket absent. 29399 
Price: 18.00 USD
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Portrait of a River Town; The History and Architecture of Haddam, Connecticut, Cunningham, Janice P.; Warner, Elizabeth A.
14 Portrait of a River Town; The History and Architecture of Haddam, Connecticut
Cunningham, Janice P.; Warner, Elizabeth A.

Greater Middletown Preservation Trust 1984, Good+; Softcover; 4to 11" - 13" tall; SIGNED "Liz" by author Elizabeth Warner, with personalized inscription on title page. 379 pp, bound in pictorial wraps. Illustrated with maps, hundreds of black & white photos of historic houses of Haddam Connecticut. Binding solid; cover soiled and tanned; worn along edges of spine. Pages clean, bright. Scarce resource.; Published in 1984, no ISBN Series 30545 
Price: 76.50 USD
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'Gone But Not Forgotten'; Epitaphs from East Lyme's Cemeteries, Dahlman, Andrea; Valerie Moreau; Melissa Morris; Emily Wilska
15 'Gone But Not Forgotten'; Epitaphs from East Lyme's Cemeteries
Dahlman, Andrea; Valerie Moreau; Melissa Morris; Emily Wilska

East Lyme High School 1992, Near Fine; Softcover; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; [48] pp., bound in pictorial wraps, pamphlet-style. Written by members of the Contemporary Issues class, East Lyme High School. Illustrated byJeff Sterling. Epitaphs from gravestones in the Power, Champion, Mack's Mills, Union, Pest House, Head of the River, Fox Farm, Old Stone Church, and Flanders Cemeteries of East Lyme. Aout fine book -- crisp, clean, tight, unmarked. 30224 
Price: 27.00 USD
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