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Very Good in Fair dust jacket; Hardcover; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 444 pp. bound in beige cloth; gilttering; illustrated with maps, black & white photos. A dozen maps including one fold-out. Bright cloth cover; firm binding, sharp corners. Some ink marks from running pen point down exterior hinge joints of cover. Light tanning to endpapers; edges of text block. Pages clean, bright, unmarked. Dust jacket tanned & soiled; scrape & missing piece center of spine. Scarce- no copies listed in OCLC. The Great Trail was a trunkline stem of the system of trails used by the colonial settlers, government officials, merchants, soldiers and pioneers, connecting New York and Boston by way of Hartford and New Haven. Also the early settlements of Windsor and Wethersfield, Norwich and New London, Springfield and Providence.