Bennington, Vermont, An Industrial History

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
1. MANUSCRIPT SOURCES
Bennington Property Records (in the office of the Town Clerk)
The First Church of Bennington Records, 1762- 1848 (typescript copy in Bennington Historical Museum)
The Harwood Diaries, 1805- 1837 (typescript copy and index, BHM)
The Henry Clay Day Memoranda, ca. 1830--ca. 1900 (a set of manuscript books and newspaper scrapbooks, BHM)
The Journal of Almira Doty, b. 1790- 1871 (typescript copy, BHM. Only a small portion of the journal relates directly to Bennington.)
Harold K. Sage, Capt. Moses Sage and his Descendants (typescript, 1953, McCullough Library, North Bennington)
Bennington Historical Museum Genealogical Index (an invaluable reference file)
2. NEWSPAPERS (in chronological order) (Bennington Free Library)
The Vermont Gazette, 1786-- 1846 (incomplete file)
Bennington News-Letter, 1811-- 1815 (incomplete)
Green Mountain Farmer, 1811-- 1816 (incomplete)
The State Banner and Vermont State Banner, 1841-- 1859 (incomplete)
The Bennington Banner, 1859-- 1902 (incomplete)
The Bennington Reformer and The Reformer, 1885-- 1902 (incomplete)
Bennington Banner and Reformer, 1903-- 1954
The Bennington Evening Banner, 1903--
3. MAPS AND TOWN DIRECTORIES (in chronological order
Walton's Vermont Register and Vermont Year Book, 1818-- 1953 (title and place of publication vary)
Map of Bennington, 1835, drawn by Joseph N. Hinsdill ( Bennington Historical Museum)
E. Rice and C. E. Harwood, Map of Bennington County Vermont ( New York, 1856) ( BHM)
F. W. Beers et al., Atlas of Bennington Co. Vermont ... ( New York, 1869)
Hamilton Child, comp., Gazetteer and Business Directory of Bennington County, Vt., for 1880-- 1881 ( Syracuse, 1880)
Bennington Directory, 1891ff. ( Albany, etc., 1891ff.)

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  • Title Page i
  • EDITOR'S FOREWORD iii
  • AUTHOR'S FOREWORD iv
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS v
  • List of Maps, Charts, Tables vi
  • Bennington, Vermont - An Industrial History 1
  • Bibliography 62
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