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1.   [Andrus, Silas],
The Code of 1650, Being a Compilation Of The Earliest Laws and Orders Of The General Court of Connecticut; Also, the Constitution, or Civil Compact, Entered Into And Adopted By The Towns of Windsor, Hartford, and Wethers
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Publisher: S. Andrus and Son Hartford (1822)
First Edition A 12mo measuring 7" by 4 1/2" in good condition in its original leather, calf covered boards with an early prior owner's name ("John Webster, attorney at law") on the front end sheet. The leather at the corners of the boards is worn and rubbed through, both joints are worn and weak and the front hinge is cracked although it has been professionally repaired with archival tape. 119 pages of text and illustrated with a wood engraving frontispiece of "The Constable seizing a tobacco taker." Our code number = TB25405

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2.   [Baker & Tilden],
East Hartford, Connecticut Villages [From the Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City & County]
 
Publisher: Baker & Tilden Hartford 1869
A one page map in near fine condition measuring approximately 16 1/2" by 13" (border to border) being page 8 removed from the original Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City and Hartford County of 1869. The map contains surveys of three villages within the Town of East Hartford: Burnside, Naubuc Vicinity and Hockanum all drawn to different scales ranging from 20 to 66 rods to the inch. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in the above named three villages with each property identified with its borders and the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. This original, hand-colored map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history. Our code number = TB23876

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3.   [Baker & Tilden],
Wethersfield, Connecticut [From the Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City & County]
 
Publisher: Baker & Tilden Hartford 1869
A one page map in near fine condition measuring approximately 16" by 13" (border to border) being page 27 removed from the original Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City and Hartford County of 1869. The map is drawn to a scale of 40 rods to the inch and shows five of the districts of Wethersfield: South Hill, West Hill, Broad Street, North and High Street Districts. A business directory for Wethersfield also appears in the lower right corner of the map listing dry goods dealers, the state prison, physicians, seed companies (including Comstock, Ferre & Co.). Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in the town of Westhersfield with each property identified with the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. This original, hand-colored map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history. Our code number = TB23877

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4.   [Baker & Tilden],
Rocky Hill, Connecticut [From the Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City & County]
 
Publisher: Baker & Tilden Hartford 1869
A one page map in near fine condition measuring approximately 16" by 13" (border to border) being page 28 removed from the original Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City and Hartford County of 1869. The map contains two surveys of five districts in the Town of Rocky HIll: North, Middle, South, West and Beckley Quarter Districts all drawn with a scale of 120 rods to the inch; and, the middle district of Rocky Hill is in a larger scale allowing more detail in the upper left corner of the map with a scale of 28 inches to one mile. A small section of the map is devoted to listing the Rocky Hill businesses to include two dealers in groceries and provisions, manufacturers, house builder, a hotel, coal dealer, a machinist and a butcher. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in the town of Rocky Hill with each property identified with the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. This original, hand-colored map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history. Our code number = TB23879

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5.   [Baker & Tilden],
East Hartford, Connecticut [From the Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City & County]
 
Publisher: Baker & Tilden Hartford 1869
A one page map in near fine condition measuring approximately 16" by 13" (border to border) being page 7 removed from the original Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City and Hartford County of 1869. The map contains a survey of the Town of East Hartford including its districts of North, North Centre, North Mill, Joint, Meadow, Willow Brook, South Mill, South, South Middle and South East Districts drawn with a scale of 2 inches to the mile. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in the town of East Hartford with each property identified with the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. This original, hand-colored map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history. Our code number = TB23881

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6.   [Baker & Tilden],
Berlin, Connecticut [From the Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City & County]
 
Publisher: Baker & Tilden Hartford 1869
A one page map in near fine condition measuring approximately 16" by 13" (border to border) being page 29 removed from the original Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City and Hartford County of 1869. The map is drawn to a scale of two inches to a mile and shows the nine districts of Berlin to include Kinsington, Beckleyville and East Berlin along the Mattabeset River. A business directory for both Kensington and Berlin appear in opposite corners of the map listing dry goods dealers, physicians, manufacturers, masons, stone yards and builders. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in the town of Berlin with each property identified with the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. This original, hand-colored map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history. Our code number = TB23882

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7.   [Baker & Tilden],
Farmington and Plainville, Connecticut [From the Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City & County]
 
Publisher: Baker & Tilden Hartford 1869
A one page map in near fine condition measuring approximately 16" by 13" (border to border) being page 33 removed from the original Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City and Hartford County of 1869. The map contains two surveys of the Town of Farmington and its village of Plainville both drawn to a scale of 30 rods to the inch. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in the above named areas with each property identified with its borders and the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. In the Plainville section the old Farmington Canal is shown. This original, hand-colored map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history. Our code number = TB23883

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8.   [Baker & Tilden],
Bristol, Connecticut [From the Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City & County]
 
Publisher: Baker & Tilden Hartford 1869
A one page map in near fine condition measuring approximately 16" by 14" (border to border) being page 43 removed from the original Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City and Hartford County of 1869. The map is drawn to a scale of 320 rods to the mile and shows the 12 districts of Bristol to include Polkville, South Village and Forestville. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in the town of Bristol with each property identified with the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. This original, hand-colored map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history. Our code number = TB23884

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9.   [Baker & Tilden],
Southington, Connecticut [From the Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City & County]
 
Publisher: Baker & Tilden Hartford 1869
A one page map in near fine condition measuring approximately 16" by 13" (border to border) being page 31 removed from the original Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City and Hartford County of 1869. The map is drawn to a scale of 180 rods to the inch and shows the ten districts of Southington to include Marion, Plantsville and showing the Quinnipiac River bisecting much of the town. A business directory for both Southington and Plantsville appear in opposite corners of the map listing lawyers, physicians, manufacturers, dealers in coal, drugs and medicines, livery stables, blacksmiths and news dealers as well as dry goods dealers. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in the town of Southington with each property identified with the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. This original, hand-colored map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history. Our code number = TB23885

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10.   [Baker & Tilden],
Southington, Connecticut [From the Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City & County]
 
Publisher: Baker & Tilden Hartford 1869
A one page map in near fine condition measuring approximately 16" by 13" (border to border) being page 31 removed from the original Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City and Hartford County of 1869. The map is drawn to a scale of 180 rods to the inch and shows the ten districts of Southington to include Marion, Plantsville and showing the Quinnipiac River bisecting much of the town. A business directory for both Southington and Plantsville appear in opposite corners of the map listing lawyers, physicians, manufacturers, dealers in coal, drugs and medicines, livery stables, blacksmiths and news dealers as well as dry goods dealers. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in the town of Southington with each property identified with the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. This original, hand-colored map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history. Our code number = TB23886

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11.   [Baker & Tilden],
New Britain, Connecticut [From the Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City & County]
 
Publisher: Baker & Tilden Hartford 1869
A one page map in near fine condition measuring approximately 16" by 13" (border to border) being page 30 removed from the original Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City and Hartford County of 1869. The map is drawn to a scale of 100 rods to the inch and shows the six districts of New Britain. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in the town of New Britain with each property identified with the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. This original, hand-colored map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history. Our code number = TB23887

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12.   [Baker & Tilden],
New Britain, Connecticut [From the Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City & County]
 
Publisher: Baker & Tilden Hartford 1869
A one page map in near fine condition measuring approximately 16" by 13" (border to border) being page 30 removed from the original Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City and Hartford County of 1869. The map is drawn to a scale of 100 rods to the inch and shows the six districts of New Britain. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in the town of New Britain with each property identified with the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. This original, hand-colored map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history. Our code number = TB23888

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13.   [Baker & Tilden],
Bloomfield, Connecticut [From the Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City & County]
 
Publisher: Baker & Tilden Hartford 1869
A one page map in near fine condition measuring approximately 16" by 13" (border to border) being page 35 removed from the original Baker & Tilden Atlas of Hartford City and Hartford County of 1869. The map is drawn to a scale of 160 rods to the inch and shows the eight districts of Bloomfield to include the two Scotland Districts, the Duncaster and Old Farm Districts. There is a separate small insert of Bloomfield Center drawn at a scale of 30 rods to the inch which shows property borders and names of property owners. A business directory for Bloomfield is shown on the map listing a hotel, dry goods dealer, and manufacturers. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in the town of Bloomfield with each property identified with the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. This original, hand-colored map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history. Our code number = TB23889

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14.   [D. H. Hurd],
East Part of City of New Haven (Fairhaven), [Connecticut]. [Removed From the D. H. Hurd Atlas of New Haven County, Connecticut]
 
Publisher: D. H. Hurd Boston Circa 1893
A one page map in near fine condition measuring approximately 28" by 17 3/4"" (border to border) being page 75 removed from the original D. H. Hurd Atlas of New Haven County of 1893. The main part of the map showing the 11th, 12th and 14th Wards and Fairhaven East is drawn to a scale of 750 feet to the inch. Two insets are shown on the right side of the map showing East Rock Park and the town of Oxford, Connecticut. Overall this is a hand colored map showing the location of major streets and waterways within the East part of New Haven. This map is in perfect condition with no tears, chips or major creasing.Our code number = TB22982

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15.   [F. W. Beers],
Chester, [Connecticut]. [Removed From the Beers Atlas of Middlesex County, Connecticut]
 
Publisher: F. W. Beers, A. D. Ellis & G. G. Soule New York Circa 1874
A one page map in very good+ condition measuring approximately 14" by 22 3/4" (border to border) being pages 102 and 103 removed from the original Beers' Atlas of Middlesex County of 1874 with two insets drawn at 50 rods to the inch. A highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in Chester with each property identified with its borders and the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. The map is drawn to a scale of 20 rods to the inch. There is a light crease down the middle of the map (from where it was bound-in to the atlas) and there are several small chips at the upper left corner outside of the border at the margin (which can be masked with the proper mat). This map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history.Our code number = TB22973

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16.   [F. W. Beers],
Center Brook Town of Essex, [Connecticut]. [Removed From the Beers Atlas of Middlesex County, Connecticut]
 
Publisher: F. W. Beers, A. D. Ellis & G. G. Soule New York Circa 1874
A one page map in near fine condition measuring approximately 14" by 22 3/4" (border to border) being pages 118 and 119 removed from the original Beers' Atlas of Middlesex County of 1874. The map is divided in two horizontally to show the West Part of Centre Brook on top and the east part of Centre Brook at the bottom. A highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in Chester with each property identified with its borders and the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. The map is drawn to a scale of 20 rods to the inch. There is a light crease down the middle of the map (from where it was bound-in to the atlas). This map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history.Our code number = TB22975

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17.   [F. W. Beers],
Essex, [Connecticut]. [Removed From the Beers Atlas of Middlesex County, Connecticut]
 
Publisher: F. W. Beers, A. D. Ellis & G. G. Soule New York Circa 1874
A one page map in near fine condition measuring approximately 14" by 25 3/4" (border to border) being pages 114 and 115 removed from the original Beers' Atlas of Middlesex County of 1874. This map shows the location and relative size of the W. N. Robbins Rope Walk near the center of town. A highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in Essex with each property identified with its borders and the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, steamboat docks, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. The map is drawn to a scale of 20 rods to the inch. There is a light crease down the middle of the map (from where it was bound-in to the atlas) and a second light crease for a fold which allowed it to fit in the original atlas. This map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history.Our code number = TB22976

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18.   [F. W. Beers],
Deep River Town of Saybrook, [Connecticut]. [Removed From the Beers Atlas of Middlesex County, Connecticut]
 
Publisher: F. W. Beers, A. D. Ellis & G. G. Soule New York Circa 1874
A one page map in near fine condition measuring approximately 14" by 22 3/4" (border to border) being pages 108 and 109 removed from the original Beers' Atlas of Middlesex County of 1874. Deep River is now a separate, independent town in Connecticut; however, at the time (1874) Deep River was part of a much larger town called "Saybrook" which contained what are now the towns of Old Saybrook, Westbrook, Essex and Deep River. A highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in Deep River with each property identified with its borders and the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. The map is drawn to a scale of 20 rods to the inch. There is a light crease down the middle of the map (from where it was bound-in to the atlas). This map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history.Our code number = TB22977

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19.   [F. W. Beers],
Norwalk and South Norwalk, [Connecticut]. [Removed From the Beers Atlas of Fairfield County, Connecticut]
 
Publisher: F. W. Beers, A. D. Ellis & G. G. Soule New York Circa 1867
A one page map in very good condition measuring approximately 20" by 27 1/2" (border to border) being page 26 removed from the original Beers' Atlas of Fairfiled County of 1867. Business advertising directories appear for both Norwalk and South Norwalk A highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in Norwalk and in South Norwalk with each property identified with its borders and the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. The map is drawn to a scale of 20 rods to the inch. There is a light creases down the middle (both vertically and horizontally) of the map (from where it was bound-in to the atlas) and creasing to the left margin. This map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history.Our code number = TB22978

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20.   [F. W. Beers],
West Haven Town of Orange, [Connecticut]. [Removed From the Beers Atlas of New Haven County, Connecticut]
 
Publisher: F. W. Beers, A. D. Ellis & G. G. Soule New York 1868
A one page map in good condition measuring approximately 14 1/2" by 22" (border to border) being page 10 removed from the original Beers' Atlas of New Haven County of 1868. A business advertising directory appears for West Haven and a small inset of Orange on a scale of 40 rods to the inch. A highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in West Haven with each property identified with its borders and the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. The map is drawn to a scale of 500 feet to the inch. There is a separation across the middle of the map (from where it was bound-in to the atlas) with several 1/3" deep chips as we, as well as heavy chipping around the margins outside of the decorative borders. This map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history.Our code number = TB22979

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21.   [F. W. Beers],
East Haven, [Connecticut]. [Removed From the Beers Atlas of New Haven County, Connecticut]
 
Publisher: F. W. Beers, A. D. Ellis & G. G. Soule New York 1868
A one page map in near fine condition measuring approximately 12" by 15" (border to border) being page 18 removed from the original Beers' Atlas of New Haven County of 1868. The main part of the map is drawn to a scale of 2 inches to the mile showing the districts of New Haven to include Fair Haven, West District, North District, East District and South District. There is an inset to the right of Saltonstall Lake showing the downtown area of East Haven in a larger; but un-noted, scale. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in downtown East Haven with each property identified with its borders and the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. There is light chipping around the margins outside of the decorative borders. This map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history.Our code number = TB22980

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22.   [F. W. Beers],
Fair Haven, [Connecticut]. [Removed From the Beers Atlas of New Haven County, Connecticut]
 
Publisher: F. W. Beers, A. D. Ellis & G. G. Soule New York 1868
A one page map in near fine condition measuring approximately 24 3/4" by 21 1/4"" (border to border) being page 20 removed from the original Beers' Atlas of New Haven County of 1868. The main part of the map is drawn to a scale of 400 feet to the inch showing the town of Fair Haven on both sides of the Quinnipiack River. A business directory for Fair Haven also appears in the lower right corner of the map listing attorneys, physicians, boarding, merchants, livery stables, ship builders, miscellaneous and oyster dealers. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in Fair Haven with each property identified with its borders and the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. This map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history.Our code number = TB22981

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23.   [F. W. Beers],
Ansonia Town of Derby, New Haven County [Removed From the Beers Atlas of New Haven County, Connecticut]
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Publisher: F. W. Beers, A. D. Ellis & G. G. Soule New York 1868
A one page map in good condition measuring approximately 23" by 15" (border to border) being page 32 removed from the original Beers' Atlas of New Haven County of 1868. The map is drawn to a scale of 24 rods to the inch showing the town of Ansonia and West Ansonia on both sides of the Naugatuck River. The map has sustained a number of closed tears which have been repaired on its verso side with archival tape and shows a number of chips around the outside margins of the map and small colored areas of the map have had to be touched-up. A business directory for Ansonia also appears in the lower quarter of the map listing attorneys, physicians, boarding, saloons, merchants, livery stables, builders, furniture dealers, harness makers and blacksmiths. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in Ansonia with each property identified with its borders and the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. This original, hand-colored map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history. Our code number = TB23875

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24.   [F. W. Beers],
Griswold, New London County [Removed From the Beers Atlas of New London County, Connecticut]
 
Publisher: F. W. Beers, A. D. Ellis & G. G. Soule New York Circa 1868
A one page map in near fine condition measuring approximately 12" by 15" (border to border) being page 11 removed from the original Beers' Atlas of New London County of 1868. The map is drawn to a scale of 1 1/3 inches to the mile showing the fourteen districts of the town of Griswold to include Jewett City, Doaneville, Glasko, Clayville, Pachaug and Hopeville. The Quinebaug River is shown on the western extreme of the town. Insets are shown which provide more detail for the centers of Hopeville, Glasko and Doaneville. A business directory for Griswold also appears in the lower center of the map listing banks, churches, stationery stores, a manufacturer of steel spectacles, a cotton mill, physician and dealer in drugs and medicines, a butcher, grocery and provision dealer, saloons, the Hopeville mills, and a tailor. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in Griswold with each property identified with the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. This original, hand-colored map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history. Our code number = TB23893

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25.   [F. W. Beers],
Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut [Removed From the Beers Atlas of Fairfield County, of 1867]
 
Publisher: F. W. Beers, A. D. Ellis & G. G. Soule New York 1867
A one page map in very good+ condition (with two 2" closed tears to the margin) measuring approximately 20" by 25" (border to border) being page 23 removed from the original Beers' Atlas of Fairfield County of 1867. The map is drawn to a scale of 30 rods to the inch showing the city of Stamford on both sides of the Mill River. A business advertising directory for Stamford also appears in the upper corner of the map with merchant names around the borders of the map. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and of shape of buildings in Stamford with each property identified with its borders and the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. This original, hand-colored map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history. Our code number = TB23897

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26.   [F. W. Beers],
Bridgeport, Fairfield County, Connecticut [Removed From the Beers Atlas of Fairfield County, of 1867]
 
Publisher: F. W. Beers, A. D. Ellis & G. G. Soule New York 1867
A large, one page map in very good+ condition measuring approximately 29 1/2" by 40" (border to border) being page 31B removed from the original Beers' Atlas of Fairfield County of 1867. The map is drawn to a scale of 25 rods to the inch showing the city of Bridgeport on both sides of the Pequonnock River. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in Bridgeport with each property identified with its borders and the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. This original, hand-colored map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history. Our code number = TB23898

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27.   [F. W. Beers],
Old Lyme, New London County [Removed From the Beers Atlas of New London County, Connecticut]
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Publisher: F. W. Beers, A. D. Ellis & G. G. Soule New York Circa 1868
A one page reproduced map in fine condition measuring approximately 12" by 15" (border to border) being page 23 removed from the original Beers' Atlas of New London County of 1868. The map is drawn to a scale of 2 inches to the mile showing the eight districts of the town of Old Lyme to include Black Hall, South Lyme P. O., Old Lyme P. O., Mill Creek, Laysville, Four Mile River, Joint and Neck Districts. The Connecticut River is shown on the western limit of the map with the Lieutenant's River, Black Hall, Duck and Four Mile River bisecting the town. Insets are shown which provide more detail for the centers of Uncasville and Montville which are both drawn at 15 rods to the inch and are detailed enough to shown property lines as well as owner's names. Overall this is a highly detailed, black and white map showing the general location of buildings and homes in Old Lyme with owners and or occupants identified. Roads, paths, railroad lines, town borders, streams and rivers are shown. This reproduced map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history. Our code number = TB24013

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28.   [F. W. Beers],
Village of Branford and Branford Point, [Connecticut]. [Removed From the Beers Atlas of New Haven County, Connecticut]
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Publisher: F. W. Beers, A. D. Ellis & G. G. Soule New York 1868
A one page, original, color map in near fine condition measuring approximately 14 3/4" by 11 3/4" (border to border) being page 22 removed from the original Beers' Atlas of New Haven County of 1868. The main part of the map is drawn 30 rods to the inch showing the downtown area of Branford along Main Street and north of the Branford River. An inset shows the vicinity of Branford Point which is drawn to a scale of 45 rods to the inch with all buildings therein identified. A business directory for Branford also appears on the right side of the map listing attorneys, physicians, clergymen, hotels, manufacturers, merchants, carpenters and joiners and other miscellaneous trades and occupations. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing property lines and the relative size and placement of homes and buildings each identified with the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, railroads, streams and rivers are shown. This map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history.Our code number = TB26043

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29.   [F. W. Beers],
Villages of Southbury, South Britain, Southford and Yalesville, [Connecticut]. [Removed From the Beers Atlas of New Haven County, Connecticut]
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Publisher: F. W. Beers, A. D. Ellis & G. G. Soule New York 1868
A one page, original, hand colored map in near fine condition measuring approximately 14 3/4" by 11 3/4" (border to border) being page 53 removed from the original Beers' Atlas of New Haven County of 1868. This map is divided into four insets for each of the villages listed above. Each is drawn to a different scale ranging from 75 t0 40 rods to the inch. An inset shows the vicinity of Branford Point which is drawn to a scale of 45 rods to the inch with all buildings therein identified. A business directory for the villages of South Britain, Southbury and Southford listing grocers, physicians, clergymen, manufacturers, merchants, carpenters and joiners and other trades and ocupations. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing property lines and the relative size and placement of homes and buildings each identified with the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, streams, lakes and rivers are shown. This map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history.Our code number = TB26044

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30.   [F. W. Beers],
Village of Seymour, [Connecticut]. [Removed From the Beers Atlas of New Haven County, Connecticut]
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Publisher: F. W. Beers, A. D. Ellis & G. G. Soule New York 1868
A one page, original, hand colored map in near fine condition measuring approximately 14 3/4" by 11 3/4" (border to border) being page 39 removed from the original Beers' Atlas of New Haven County of 1868. The main part of the map is drawn 30 rods to the inch showing the downtown area of Seymour on the east and west sides of the Naugatuck River. A business directory for business directory appears on the left side of the map listing attorneys, manufacturers, merchants, feed stores, meat markets, saloons and other miscellaneous trades and ocupations. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing property lines and the relative size and placement of homes and buildings each identified with the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, streams, lakes and rivers are shown. This map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history.Our code number = TB26045

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31.   [F. W. Beers],
Wolcott and Village of Waterville, [Connecticut]. [Removed From the Beers Atlas of New Haven County, Connecticut]
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Publisher: F. W. Beers, A. D. Ellis & G. G. Soule New York 1868
A one page, original, hand colored map in near fine condition measuring approximately 14 3/4" by 11 3/4" (border to border) being page 39 removed from the original Beers' Atlas of New Haven County of 1868. The main part of the map is drawn to a scale of 2 inches to the mile showing the town of Wolcott and its districts. An inset shows the village of Waterville which is drawn to a scale of 30 rods to the inch with all buildings therein identified. A business directory for Waterville also appears within this inset listing manufacturers, a knitting and soap company. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing property lines and the relative size and placement of homes and buildings each identified with the names of the owner or business in residence. Roads, paths, streams, lakes and rivers are shown. This map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history.Our code number = TB26046

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32.   [F. W. Beers],
Village of Wallingford, [Connecticut]. [Removed From the Beers Atlas of New Haven County, Connecticut]
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Publisher: F. W. Beers, A. D. Ellis & G. G. Soule New York 1868
A one page, original, hand colored map in very good condition measuring approximately 14 3/4" by 11 3/4" (border to border) being page 48 removed from the original Beers' Atlas of New Haven County of 1868. This map is drawn to a scale of 35 rods to the inch and shows the town of Wallingford to the east of the Quinnipiac River. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing property lines and the relative size of homes or buildings with each property identified with the name of its owner. Roads, paths, streams, lakes and rivers are shown. This map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history.Our code number = TB26049

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33.   [F. W. Beers],
Woodbridge and Village of Woodbridge, [Connecticut]. [Removed From the Beers Atlas of New Haven County, Connecticut]
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Publisher: F. W. Beers, A. D. Ellis & G. G. Soule New York 1868
A one page, original, hand colored map in very good condition measuring approximately 14 3/4" by 11 3/4" (border to border) being page 33 removed from the original Beers' Atlas of New Haven County of 1868. A faint "U" shaped dampness stain shows on the right side of this map. This stain does not impact on the visuals of the map or its text. This map is drawn to a scale of 2 inches to the mile and shows the town of Woodbridge with all five of its districts and an inset drawn at a scale of 50 rods to the inch shows the Village of Woodbridge. A business directory for Woodbridge appears on the map and lists manufacturers, a hotel, a cork screw manufacturer, a builder, clergyman & physician, a vinegar manufacturer, grocery dealer and a saloon. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map relative locations of homes or buildings with each property identified with the name of its owner. Roads, paths, schools, streams, lakes and rivers are shown and identified. This map makes a fine decorative item when matted and framed; as well as being a perfect genealogical resource for local history.Our code number = TB26051

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34.   [Whittemore, Henry],
History of Middlesex County, Connecticut, with Biographical Sketches of Its Prominent Men
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Publisher: J. B. Beers & Co. New York c. 1884
Facsimile Reprint Fine in red cloth covered boards with gilt text stamping on the spine and with the same on the front board. A quarto measuring 11" by 8 1/2" with a red silk placement ribbon sewn-in at the head of the spine. Without a dust jacket as issued. This recent, facsimile reprint of the original volume published in 1884 was reprinted in only 600 copies. 579 pages of text. Illustrated with maps and reproductions of steel engravings. Our code number = TB25870

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35.  
Acts And Laws Of The State Of Connecticut In America
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Publisher: Printed by Hudson and Goodwin Hartford 1796
Good in the publisher's original full, brown calf leather binding with an ornamental black border around the edges of the boards and with only a small part of the original leather label on the spine. An octavo measuring 9" by 5 1/2" with the leather worn through at the tips of the boards, the front hinge has been repaired with binder's tape, there are a number of math notations in ink on the verso side of the first free end page, the title page is tanned and spotted with light foxing and the rear hinge is broken. A 12 page index, followed by The Charter of the "antient" Colony of Connecticut which starts the 438 pages of text to include the last recorded statute enacted at New Haven in October of 1795. Connecticut's Charter is followed by The Declaration of Independence and The Constitution Of The United States, (Evans, 302670)Our code number = TB24544

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36.   Anonymous
Tombstones in Madison, Conn. Erected Prior To 1800
 
Publisher: New Haven County Historical Society New Haven 1900
Reprint Disbound and in poor condition in wraps . A reprint of pages 389 to 419 containing the tombstone inscriptions for various graveyards in Madison, Connecticut. Our code number = TB25566

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37.   Baker, Henry, A.
History of Montville, Connecticut Formerly The North Parish of New London From 1640 to 1896
 
Publisher: Self-published Hartford, Conn. 1896
First Edition Very good in the publisher's original embossed, purple cloth covered boards with gilt text on the spine and blind embossing around the perimeter of the boards. A thick octavo measuring 9" by 6". The cloth at the head of the spine is worn and rubbed, the binding is very slightly shaken, with the rear hinge well started and there is a prior owner's name in ink on the first free end page with a note that the book was purchased in New London in Sept., 1923. There is also a narrow black ink stain on the fore edge of the text block. 727 pages including an index of family names, an appendix and text. Illustrated with reproductions of black and white photographs of early homes, mills, a tavern, churches and portraits of town leaders. The author focuses on the history of the town and provides extensive genealogical records of many early settlers and families. An exceptionally uncommon resource for Montivlle history and genealogical research. [Connecticut Bibliography/Armstrong, 5653]Our code number = TB24055

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38.   Banks, Elizabeth, V. H.
This Is Fairfield 1639-1940
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Publisher: Self-published New Haven 1960
First Edition Very good in 1/4 green cloth and decorated paper covered boards with gilt text on the spine and a paper label on the front board. With light rubbing to the cloth at the head and heel of the spine and the paper at the edges of the boards is worn through in many areas. Without a dust jacket. Subtitled: "Pages from Three Hundred One Years of the Town's Brilliant History." 270 pages including an index, text and illustrated with maps, reproductions of early works of art and extensive black and white photographs throughout of the shoreline town of Fairfield, Connecticut.Our code number = TB25898

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39.   Barber, John Warner
Connecticut Historical Collections, Containing a General Collection of Interesting Facts, Traditions, Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes, etc., relating to the History and Antiquities of Every Town in Connecticut, with Geo
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Publisher: Durrie & Peck and J. W. Barber New Haven 1836
First Edition Recently rebound in a fine black cloth binding with gilt text stamping on the spine and new end sheets. The contents have been re-sewn and are in very good condition with tanning and mild foxing throughout. The hand colored map of Connecticut has been recently washed, remounted and restored. It shows minor losses at the edges not impacting on the map itself. 560 pages of text. Illustrated throughout with 200 wood block engravings. Barber, an illustrator and historian (1798-1885) was Connecticut's first popular historian creating one of the first travel guides of the state. Following the index (in the front of the book) is a hand colored, fold-out map of the State of Connecticut noting all of its towns at the time (see note above regarding condition). Considered to be "mildly scarce" by Howes. (Howes, B-120) This is the original first edition published in 1836.Our code number = TB24725

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40.   Beach, E. Merrill
They Face The Rising Sun
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Publisher: Trumbull Cemetery Committee Chester, Conn. 1971
First Edition Fine in lime green cloth covered boards with gilt text on the spine and gilt text with the design of a tombstone on the front board. An octavo measuring 9" by 6". Without a dust jacket as issued. Signed and dated in the year of publication by the author on the title page. "A comprehensive story with Genealogical material and complete charting of Unity Burial Ground - Oldest Cemetery in Trumbull, Connecticut 1730 - 1971." 60 pages including an index, bibliography, text and illustrated with black and white photographs. Our code number = TB24876

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41.   Beach, E. Merrill
They Face The Rising Sun
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Publisher: Trumbull Cemetery Committee Chester, Conn. 1971
First Edition Fine in lime green cloth covered boards with gilt text on the spine and gilt text with the design of a tombstone on the front board. An octavo measuring 9" by 6". Without a dust jacket as issued. Signed and dated in the year of publication by the author on the title page. "A comprehensive story with Genealogical material and complete charting of Unity Burial Ground - Oldest Cemetery in Trumbull, Connecticut 1730 - 1971." 60 pages including an index, bibliography, text and illustrated with black and white photographs. Our code number = TB24877

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42.   Bowen, Clarence, Winthrop
Boundary Disputes of Connecticut
 
Publisher: James R. Osgood and Company Boston 1882
First Edition Very good- in the publisher's original decorated, green cloth covered boards with gilt text stamping on the spine, gilt text on the front board with embossed black designs on the front board and an unusual metal corner protector at the upper fore corner of the front board. A quarto measuring 12" by 9" with the cloth at the head and heel of the spine worn and rubbed, the cloth at the fore corners of the boards worn through and with a prior owner's name on the first free end page. 90 pages including an index and text. Illustrated with 15 maps some of which are fold out maps. Three of the maps (one facing page 16, a fold-out map facing page 57 and a second fold-out map facing page 79) have been replaced with exact facsimile copies and tipped-in where appropriate. Christopher and Bonnie Collier in their bibliography The Literature of Connecticut History, refer to this volume as "The best overall discussion" of boundary issues between Connecticut and its neighboring states of New York and Massachusetts. This volume was the author's dissertation for Yale University. (Armstrong, Conn. A Bibliography of Its History: 184)Our code number = TB24776

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43.   Brusic, Lucy McTeer
Amidst Cultivated and Pleasant Fields A Bicentennial History of North Haven, Connecticut
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Publisher: Phoenix Publishing Canaan, NH 1986
First Edition Fine in 1/4 tan and gray cloth covered boards with gilt text on the spine and an illustrated paper label on the front board and with illustrated end sheets. In a very near fine unclipped dust jacket with minor light wear at the ends of the spine area and a closed 1/2" tear at the upper edge of the front panel. Signed by the author on the title page. 304 pages including an index, a list of illustrations and credits, sources and notes to include a list of first 40 families in North Haven about 1715 and 1727, a list of Revolutionary War Soldiers connected with North Haven, and a list of North Haven Selectmen from 1786 to 1986. Illustrated with photographs and maps throughout. Our code number = TB22785

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44.   Brusic, Lucy McTeer
Amidst Cultivated and Pleasant Fields A Bicentennial History of North Haven, Connecticut
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Publisher: The North Haven Historical Society and Phoenix Publishing Canaan, NH 1986
First Edition Fine in 1/4 tan and gray cloth covered boards with gilt text on the spine and an illustrated paper label on the front board and with illustrated end sheets. An octavo measuring 9" by 6". In a very good+, unclipped dust jacket with a 3/4" closed tear at the upper corner of the front panel and a 1/8" chip from the lower corner of the spine area. 304 pages including an index, a list of illustrations and credits, sources and notes to include a list of first 40 families in North Haven about 1715 and 1727, a list of Revolutionary War Soldiers connected with North Haven, and a list of North Haven Selectmen from 1786 to 1986. Illustrated with photographs and maps throughout.Our code number = TB26912

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45.   Bunton, Alice Bice
Bethany's Old Houses and Community Buildings
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Publisher: Bethany Library Association Bethany, Conn. 1972
First Edition Near fine in dark blue, heavy cloth covered boards with gilt text on the spine. A small octavo measuring 10" by 7" with a book reservation in the name of the prior owner slip tipped-in on the first free end page. Without a dust jacket as issued. Laid-in at the rear of the book, within a pocket attached to the rear paste down, is a multi-color historical map of Bethany, Connecticut on which each of the homes and buildings cited within the book is located. Unpaginated pages containing text, a chronology, glossary, bibliography and a list of map and a list of owners. Illustrated throughout with black and white photographs and line drawings. Our code number = TB23739

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46.   Bush, Celeste, E.
The Thomas Lee House, East Lyme, Connecticut
 
Publisher: The East Lyme Historical Society East Lyme, Conn. 1935
First Edition Very good in light green printed wraps with a double stapled binding. There area a number of white spots (paint) on the front panel and the corners of the text are somewhat curled. Without a dust jacket as issued. Unpaginated but containing 14 pages of text. Illustrated with black and white photographs and line drawings. Our code number = TB22633

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47.   Caulkins, Frances Manwaring
History of New London, Connecticut From the First Survey of the coast in 1612
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Publisher: The New London County Historical Society New London 1985
1985 Reprint Fine in green cloth covered boards with gilt text stamping on the spine. A thick octavo measuring 9" by 6". Originally published in 1860. This reprinting was based on the edition of 1895 which extend the scope of the book to 1860. 824 pages containing an index, an index of the names of Indians, maps and text. A thorough history of the City of New London Connecticut from 1612 through 1860. Illustrated with a frontispiece portrait of the author. (Gephart, 1717)Our code number = TB27166

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48.   Connecticut Historical Society,
The Pitkin Papers Correspondence and Documents During William Pitkin's Governorship Of The Colony Of Connecticut 1766-1769
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Publisher: Connecticut Historical Society Hartford 1921
First Edition Near fine in dark brown ribbed cloth covered boards with gilt text on the spine and blind embossed borders on the boards. A small quarto measuring 9 1/2" by 6" with just a hint of rubbing to the cloth at the heel of the spine. Without a dust jacket and probably as issued. Contained within Collections Of The Connecticut Historical Society Volume XIX. 311 pages (many of which are unopened) including an index. Many of the letters and documents reprinted within this volume relate to the Colony's reaction to the imposition of the Stamp Act. The source for these letters and documents were the records from the Public Record Office in London and the Trumbull Papers from the Massachusetts Historical Society.Our code number = TB25130

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49.   Connors, Daniel, J.
Deep River The Illustrated Story of a Connecticut River Town
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Publisher: Deep River Historical Society and The Pequot Press Stonington, Conn. 1966
First Edition Fine in 1/4 black cloth and illustrated paper covered boards with silver colored text stamping on the spine. In a near fine glassine dust jacket. 70 pages including an index, text and numerous, early, black and white photographs and an early map frontispiece. Our code number = TB22203

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50.   Connors, Daniel, J.
Deep River The Illustrated Story of a Connecticut River Town
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Publisher: Deep River Historical Society and The Pequot Press Stonington, Conn. 1966
First Edition Fine in 1/4 black cloth and illustrated paper covered boards with silver colored text stamping on the spine. In a near fine glassine dust jacket. 70 pages including an index, text and numerous, early, black and white photographs and an early map frontispiece. Our code number = TB22204

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51.   Connors, Daniel, J.
Deep River The Illustrated Story of a Connecticut River Town
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Publisher: Deep River Historical Society and The Pequot Press Stonington, Conn. 1966
First Edition Fine in 1/4 black cloth and illustrated paper covered boards with silver colored text stamping on the spine. In a near fine glassine dust jacket. 70 pages including an index, text and numerous, early, black and white photographs and an early map frontispiece. Our code number = TB22205

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52.   Day, Thomas
Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Errors of the State of Connecticut; prepared and Published in Pursuance of a Statute Law of the State Volume XXI
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Publisher: Case, Tiffany and Company Hartford 1853
First Edition In full light brown leather covered boards with a red leather label with gilt text borders on the spine. This volume is in very good+ condition with mild rubbing to the head and heel of the spine, several spots of wear to the edges of the boards and what little foxing is present is largely limited to the end pages of the text block. A very sound and handsome copy. 666 pages including an index. Our code number = TB19195

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53.   Decker with Margaret A. Harris, Robert Owen
Cromwell Connecticut 1650-1990 The History of a River Port Town
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Publisher: Phoenix Publishing West Kennebunck, Maine (1991)
First Edition Fine in 1/4 black cloth and light green cloth covered boards with gilt text stamping and decorations on the spine and front board and with printed end sheets. A small quarto measuring 9" by 6". In a near fine, unclipped dust jacket. One of only 1, 500 copies printed. 523 pages including an index, illustration credits, appendices and chapter notes and text. Illustrated with reproductions of earlier works of art, photographs and maps. Our code number = TB27150

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54.   Demeritt, Emma W. Law
The Alarm A Narrative of the British Invasion of Connecticut 1777
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Publisher: John E. Hersam, Printer and Publisher New Canaan, Conn. (1910)
First Edition Very good in double stapled binding in paper covered boards which have split at the hinges and joints. The boards are covered in a good, unclipped dust jacket with open tears at the upper and lower edges of the spine area. One of only 1, 000 copies produced for sale. 48 pages including 12 pages of ads at the rear. Illustrated with a black and white photograph of the Minute Man statue at Compo, Westport, Connecticut and three photographs within the text. From the dust jacket: "The Alarm: How one Philip Lester carried the same from his home in Saugatuck to Ridgefield by the way of Canaan Parish at the time of the Burning of Danbury and of his perilous adventure with the British after The Battle of Ridgefield A. D. 1777". (Armstrong, Connecticut A Bibliography of Its History; 1924)Our code number = TB26391

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55.   Dexter, Frankliln Bowditch
Historical Catalogue of the Members of the First Church of Christ In New Haven, Connecticut (Center Church) A.D. 1639-1914
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Publisher: Self-publilshed New Haven 1914
First Edition Fine in dark blue cloth covered boards with gilt text stamped on the spine. A small quarto measuring 9 1/2" by 6". Without a dust jacket. 469 pages including an index to the names of the 4, 902 records listed in this book. Our code number = TB25897

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56.   Dodd, Stephen
The East-Haven Register In Three Parts
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Publisher: A. H. Maltby & Co. New Haven 1824
First Edition Fair to good in full leather covered boards with the front joint broken but the front joint and text block reasonably strong and in place. The majority of the text block shows dampness staining across the upper 2/3rds of most of the pages yet the printing on each page remains easily read. There are two early prior owner's names in ink on the first free end page. A 12mo measuring 7 1/8" tall by 4 1/8" deep containing 200 pages of text. The information contained in the parts of the book include: Part I. Containing a history of the town of East-Haven, from its first settlement in 1644, the year 1800. Also, an account of its boundaries, iron-works and mills, division of lands, controversies with New-Haven, and Branford, town charters, ecclesiastisal affairs, schools, population and taxes, losses by war, natural history and curiosities, roads and public lands. Part II. Containing an account of the names, marriages, and births, of the families which first settled, or which have resided in East-Haven, form its settlement in 1644, to the year 1800. Part III. Containing an account of the deaths in the families names in the second part, from the year 1647 to the end of the year 1823. Considered by Howes to be "mildly scarce" and Sabin calls it "An extremely rare local history." (Howes D-387; Sabin 20485; Armstrong: Connecticut A Bibliography of its History; 3321)Our code number = TB22311

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57.   Ely and Elizabeth B. Plimpton, Susan, H.
The Lieutenant River
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Publisher: Lyme Historical Society Old Lyme, Conn. (1991)
First Edition Fine in illustrated, heavy paper wraps over an adhesive binding. An octavo measuring 9" by 6". Without a dust jacket. 71 pages of text illustrated with maps and reproductions of earlier works of art. One of the volumes in the Lyme's Heritage Series. Our code number = TB25649

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58.   Gates, Gilman, C.
Saybrook at the Mouth of The Connecticut The First One Hundred Years
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Publisher: not stated (Wilson H. Lee Co.) n.p. (New Haven) 1935
First Edition Very good in patterned black cloth covered boards with gilt text stamping on the spine and on the front board. A small quarto measuring 9" tall by 5 7/8" deep containing 246 pages including an index and illustrated with photographs. Without a dust jacket possibly as issued. The cloth at the head and heel of the spine is rubbed and worn, but the binding remains tight and strong with no pages loose or missing. Warmly inscribed and signed in 1958 by the author on the front paste down. A very uncommonly found history of what is now Old Saybrook, Connecticut which, according to the publisher, contains "authentic data never before published" and information which corrects many misconceptions about the early history of Connecticut and its founding.Our code number = TB26099

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59.   Hanna, Archibald
A Brief History of The Thimble Islands In Branford, Connecticut
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Publisher: Archon Books for The Branford Historical Society Branford, Conn. 1970
First Edition Very good+ in 1/4 heavy cloth and decorated yellow paper covered boards. An octavo measuring 8 1/2" by 6" with the spine slightly cocked and faint dust staining to the top Without a DJ edge of the text block. Without its original glassine wrapper. Signed and dated in the year of the publication by the author on the title page. This limited edition copy is also given a number of 560 being one of only 750 copies so numbered. 95 pages of text illustrated with black and white photographs and a map. Our code number = TB26914

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60.   Hartley, Rachel, M.
The History of Hamden Connecticut 1786-1936
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Publisher: Self-published Hamden, Conn. 1943
First Edition Very good in green cloth covered boards with faded gilt text stamping on the spine and very readable gilt text on the front board with pictorial end sheets and with some staining of the cloth. A small quarto measuring 9" by 6" with a prior owner's name on the first free end page. Without it a dust jacket (if it ever had one). 497 including an index, bibliography, appendix and text. Illustrated with half-tone photographs. (Armstrong: Connecticut A Bibliography of Its History, 4225)Our code number = TB23600

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61.   Hartley, Rachel, M.
The History of Hamden Connecticut 1786-1936
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Publisher: The Shoe-String Press, Inc. Hamden, Conn. 1959
Reprint of 1959 Very good in green cloth covered boards with faded gilt text stamping on the spine and very readable gilt text on the front board with pictorial end sheets and with some staining of the cloth. A small quarto measuring 9" by 6" with a prior owner's name on the first free end page. Without it a dust jacket (if it ever had one). First published in 1943 by the author. 506 pages including an index, bibliography, appendix and text. Illustrated with half-tone photographs. With a fold-out map of the town as a frontispiece. (Armstrong: Connecticut A Bibliography of Its History, 4225)Our code number = TB23632

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62.   Helander, Joel, E.
Oxpasture to Summer Colony: The Story of Sachem's Head in Guilford, Connecticut
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Publisher: Self-published Guilford, Conn. 1976
First Edition Near fine in bright red cloth covered boards with black text stamping on the spine. A small quarto measuring 10 3/4" by 8 1/4" with the protected flaps of the dust jacket pasted to the fixed end sheets and with a gift inscription and date on the first free end page. Signed on the title page by the author. 331 pages including an index Illustrated with maps and with reproductions of black and white photographs. A detailed history of Sachem's Head and another section of Guilford known as Indian Cove which took the author six years to compile. Our code number = TB26713

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63.   Hoadley, Charles
The Public Records of the State of Connecticut from October, 1776 to February, 1778, inclusive
 
Publisher: State of Connecticut Hartford 1894
A two volume set both volumes of which are in very good condition in dark blue cloth covered boards with gilt text stampings on the spines. The cloth at the lower half of the joint of Volume 1 is splitting however, the book and binding remain tight. The cloth at the heads and heels of the spines for both volumes are rubbed and in some some areas the cloth is frayed. The volumes contain the Journal of the Council of Safety from October 11, 1776 to May 6, 1778. The pages within both volumes are largely un-cut. A very uncommon set of records from the American Revolution.Our code number = TB17156

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64.   Hoadly, Charles, D.
Records of the Colony Or Jurisdiction of New Haven, From May, 1653, To The Union Together With The New Haven Code of 1656
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Publisher: Case, Lockwood and Company Hartford 1858
First Edition Very good in 3/4 decorated brown leather and cloth covered boards with four raised bands on the spine, with gilt text in two of the compartments and printer's devices in gilt on the bands and gilt embossed borders at the head and heel of the spine. The edges of the leather on the boards are decorated with gilt embossed borders and the end sheets are marbled. An octavo measuring 9" by 5 1/2" with much of the sizing in the cloth on the boards eaten away and with the leather at the lower rear tip of the rear board worn through. The preliminaries show faint spots of foxing and tanning as do the end pages. There is an early prior owner's name in ink with the date of 1889 on the verso of the first free end page. 626 pages of text including an index. The hinges, joints and binding for this volume are very tight and strong putting this rather uncommon title in a very collectible condition. Our code number = TB24980

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65.   Hooker, John
Connecticut Reports: Being Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Errors of the State of Connecticut - Vol XLI.
 
Publisher: Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co. Hartford 1875
First Edition Very good in full light brown leather covered boards with a gilt on red leather label on the spine and with a text on the front board reading: "Furnished by the State to the Town of" followed by a four inch black line on which is written in a neat script hand the name of the town of "Durham". The boards are bordered with blinding embossing. The edges of the boards are rubbed and there is a tear to the leather at the heel of the spine. The hinges and joints are tight and storng and all of the pages are present. The spine is also labeled with the number "41" An octavo measuring 9" tall by 6" deep containing 648 pages of text. Overall a very handsome volume. Our code number = TB18713

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66.   Hopkins, G. M.
New Haven, Plate 28, Connecticut [Removed from the Atlas of the City of New Hven, 1888]
 
Publisher: G. M. Hopkins Philadelphia 1888
A one page map in very good condition measuring approximately 30" by 20 1/2" (border to border) being plate 28 removed from the original Atlas of the City of New Haven, Connecticut, from the Triangulations, Surveys, and Maps of the City Engineer's Office of 1888. This survey is bounded by Hillhouse and Whitney Avenues on the west, Humphrey Street on the north, State, Summer and Franklin Streets on the east and Trumbull Street on the south. The detail is such that all property lines and buildings are shown with property owner's names and with dimensions of lots. Overall this is a highly detailed, hand colored map showing the placement and relative size and shape of buildings in this section of New Haven as of 1888. Our code number = TB23896

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67.   Howell and Einar W. Carlson, Kenneth, T.
Empire Over The Dam The story of waterpowered industry, long since passed from the scene
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Publisher: The Pequot Press Chester, Conn. (1974)
First Edition Fine in red cloth covered boards with bold gilt text stamping on the spine and front board. A small quarto measuring 9" by 6" with illustrated end sheets. In a very good+, unclipped dust jacket with light wear and rubbing to the ends of the spine area and to the fore corners of the panels. 269 pages of text including an extensive bibliography, chapter notes and appendices. This volume deals primarily with the mills and industries that developed in the towns of Litchfield County, Connecticut. Illustrated with black and white photographs throughout the text. Please note that the acknowlegements page of this copy suffers from a error by the printer such that only part of the page is readable. Our code number = TB26904

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68.   Hubbard, Charles, D.
Old Guilford Including The Land Now Constituting The Towns of Guilford and Madison
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Publisher: Guilford Bicentennial Committee Guilford, Conn. 1939, 1975-1976
Reprint of 1975-76 Near fine in light yellow cloth covered boards with blue text on the spine and on the front board. A small quarto measuring 9 3/4" by 7" with a gift inscription on the dedication page and with very faint soiling to the boards. Without a dust jacket as issued. (52) pages of hand lettered text by the author and illustrated throughout with woodcuts also by the author. Our code number = TB24043

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69.   Hull, J. Myron
The Gem of Connecticut Coast Towns (Madison, Connecticut)
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Publisher: J. Myron Hull Madison, Conn. n.d.
Photocopied reprint A photocopied reprint of the original volume in the possession of the Madison Historical Society. A black and white, "Xerox" reproduction, bound with three heavy duty staples with the notation "Copied 21 June, 1976 | WLR". 48 pages of text accompanied by numerous black and white photographs of homes and buildings in the Madison area, particularly many of the summer homes on the beach. Our code number = TB24003

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70.   Jennings, S. H.
Interest Tables, Six Per Cent., with Rules for Finding Interst at any Rate Per Cent.
 
Publisher: Self published Deep River, CT 1897
First Edition Very good in oblong black cloth covered boards with gilt text stamping on the front board. The front hinge is cracked and there is a small 1/4" hole in the gutter of the front joint and very slight rubbing at the fore corners and with the second free end paper torn out. 63 pages followed by 10 pages of text and photographs. Tables for finding the time between dates, counting either 360 or 365 days to the year. The interest tables were the author's main focal point for this publication; however, the photographs of his family and homes at Deep River, Connecticut and at what is now Oaks Bluff, Marthas Vineyard are of much greater interest to the modern reader. The introduction of the book contains two photographs of the authors palatial home in Deep River, one taken in the summer and the second during the winter. A third page shows the author's summer residence, "Owls' Nest", on Atlantic Avenue, Highland Bluff, Marthas Vineyard. The last ten pages of the book are dedicated to Marthas Vineyard. This section is illustrated with an a perspective map of the eastern end of the Island, two panoramic views of Ocean Park, Cottage City, the "Bathing Beach" at Sea View Avenue, East Chop Light and several ads for The Tinkham Cycle Company's standard Tricycles with three retouched photographs of the author on such a tricycle. A most unusual and fascinating piece of Americana. Our code number = TB16335

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71.   Keegan and Kristen Noble Keegan (Editors), William, F.
The Archaeology of Connecticut The Human Era - 11,000 Years Ago to the Present
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Publisher: Bibliopola Press Storrs, Conn. 1999
Fine in heavy, printed paper wraps. An oblong 16 mo measuring 7" by 10". Without a dust jacket as issued. 136 pages of text. Illustrated with maps and black and white photographs. Our code number = TB25896

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72.   Lambert, Edward, R.
History of The Colony of New Haven Before and After The Union With Connecticut
 
Publisher: The Rotary Club of Milford, Connecticut Milford, Conn. 1976
Reprint of 1976 Fine in dark green cloth covered boards with silver colored text on the spine. A small octavo measuring 8" by 5" with a prior owner's book plate on the first free end page. Without a dust jacket as issued. 216 pages of text. The book's sub-title goes on to read: "particular description of the towns which composed that govenment, viz., New Haven, Milford, Guilford, Branford, Stamford, & Southold, L.I. with a notice of the town which have been set off from The Original Six." Illustrated with fifty engravings. A facsimile reprint of the 1838 edition. Our code number = TB23738

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73.   Lomuscio, James
Village Of The Dammed The Fight For Open Space and the Flooding of a Connecticut Town
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Publisher: University Press of New England Hanover 2005
First Edition Fine in 1/4 black cloth and off white paper covered boards with bold gilt text stamping on the spine. In a fine unclipped dust jacket. 150 pages including an index, text and illustrated throughout with black and white photographs. The story of the taking of the community of Valley Forge which was part of the town of Weston, Connecticut, during the early 1930's by the Bridgeport Hydraulic Company who operated as though they were above the law by usurping the power of eminent domain to unfairly purchase at lower than market prices the homes and lands of farmers and millers on the Saugatuck River to create the Saugatuck Reservoir. A reservoir that was not particularly needed. A tragic story which illustrates well the damage caused by quasi-public corporations using the threat of "apparent" eminent domain for the "public good".Our code number = TB22399

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74.   Lomuscio, James
Village Of The Dammed The Fight For Open Space and the Flooding of a Connecticut Town
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Publisher: University Press of New England Hanover 2005
First Edition Fine in 1/4 black cloth and off white paper covered boards with bold gilt text stamping on the spine. In a fine unclipped dust jacket. Signed and inscribed "To Roy" by the author on the title page. 150 pages including an index, text and illustrated throughout with black and white photographs. The story of the taking of the community of Valley Forge which was part of the town of Weston, Connecticut, during the early 1930's by the Bridgeport Hydraulic Company who operated as though they were above the law by usurping the power of eminent domain to unfairly purchase at lower than market prices the homes and lands of farmers and millers on the Saugatuck River to create the Saugatuck Reservoir. A reservoir that was not particularly needed. A tragic story which illustrates well the damage caused by quasi-public corporations using the threat of "apparent" eminent domain for the "public good".Our code number = TB26102

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75.   Love, Ph.D., William DeLoss
The Colonial History of Hartford Gathered from the Original Records
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Publisher: Higginson Book Company Salem, Mass. 1914 with no date for reprinting
Facsimile Reprint Fine in dark blue cloth covered boards with gilt text stamping on the spine. Without a dust jacket as issued. The first edition was published by the author and limited to only 350 numbered copies. 369 pages including an index, text and illustrated with 30 engravings or photographic reproductions. Our code number = TB24203

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