Connecticut: A Guide to Its Roads, Lore, and People

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AMERICAN GUIDE SERIES


CONNECTICUT
A GUIDE TO ITS ROADS, LORE, AND PEOPLE

Written by Workers of the Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration for the State of Connecticut SPONSORED BY WILBUR L. CROSS, GOVERNOR OF CONNECTICUT

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HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY - BOSTON
The Riverside Press Cambridge
1938

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword vii
  • Preface ix
  • Contents xiii
  • Illustrations and Maps xix
  • Notations on the Use of the Book xxiii
  • General Information xxv
  • Calendar of Annual Events xxxi
  • I. Connecticut: the General Background General Description 1
  • General Description 3
  • Natural Resources and Conservation 8
  • Plant and Animal Life 11
  • Geology 17
  • The Indians of Connecticut 22
  • History 26
  • Homes of Patriot and Merchant Prince *
  • Government 36
  • The Racial Make-Up of Connecticut 43
  • Transportation 48
  • Industry and Commerce 54
  • Industry *
  • Labor 64
  • Agriculture 71
  • Education 75
  • Architecture 80
  • Connecticut's Architectural Heritage *
  • Notes on Connecticut Art 95
  • Literature 103
  • Connecticut Firsts 111
  • Ii. Main Street and Village Green 117
  • Early Churches of Connecticut *
  • Town and Country *
  • Education *
  • Iii. High Roads and Low Roads 327
  • Scenic and Marine *
  • Field *
  • Chronology 557
  • Selected Reading List 562
  • General Index 567
  • Index of Old and Historic Houses 587
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