6 edition of The Connecticut River found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Edmund Delaney.|
|LC Classifications||F12.C7 D44 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||182 p. :|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||83080635|
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This vivid narrative recalls years of boom and bust, turmoil and tranquility, as one era followed another in the river valley.
Read of the remarkable number of breakthroughs that have been made along the Centuries have flowed by since the first colonists settled on the banks of the Connecticut River, the mile-long link between interior New England and the sea/5.
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First edition of this engaging book about the history of the Connecticut River and the Connecticut River Valley from its headwaters in New Hampshire to its mouth in Long Island Sound. It also tells about life along the river. The book is nicely illustrated with photographs by the author.
The book has illustrated endpapers. Maps on lining-papers.3/5. His books include A History of the Connecticut River, Griswold Point: History from the Mouth of the Connecticut River and Pirates and Privateers of Connecticut, all published by The History Press.
He is an associate producer of the documentary Ferryboats of the Connecticut River.3/5(2). The book is authored by, and published in cooperation with, the Connecticut River Watershed Council, the leading organization devoted to management of the river and its watershed/5(13).
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