Connecticut River Historic Sites Database--DATA SOURCES

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2. New Hampshire - American Guide Series. (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1938).

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4. Charlton, Edwin A. New Hampshire as it is . . . (Claremont: A. Kenney, 1857).

5. Whittemore, Suzanne Bergeron. In the Shadow of Monadnock. (Historical Society of Cheshire County, 1993).

6. New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources. New Hampshire Historical Markers. (Concord: New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources, 8th edition 1989).

7. Sloane, Bruce. New Hampshire's Parklands. (New Hampshire Division of Parks and Recreation, 1985).

8. Sherman, Steve. Country Roads of New Hampshire. Country Roads Press.

9. Allis, Marguerite. Connecticut River. (NY: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1939).

10. Wikoff, Jerold. The Upper Valley: An Illustrated Tour along the Connecticut River before the Twentieth Century. (Chelsea, VT: Chelsea Green Publishing Co., 1985).

11. Morley, Linda, The Western Regions, New Hampshire: A Visual History. (Norfolk, VA: The Donning Company, 1989).

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13. 1993 Population Estimates of New Hampshire Cities and Towns. ([Concord:] New Hampshire Office of State Planning, August 1994).

14. Computer printout from Office of State Planning titled "Original Connecticut River Valley List" received from Judy Berry, 14 October 1994.

15. Computer printout from Office of State Planning titled "Connecticut River Valley Historical & Cultural Inventory Attribute List" received from Judy Berry, 14 October 1994.

16. Hunt, Elmer Munson. New Hampshire Town Names. (Peterborough: Noone House, William L. Bauhan, Publisher, 1970).

17. Speare, Eva A. Colonial Meeting-Houses of New Hampshire; Compared with their contemporaries in New England. (Daughters of Colonial Wars, State of New Hampshire, 1938).

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20. The Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site. National Park Service, 1973. Single-sheet brochure.

21. Saint-Gaudens. National Park Service, reprint 1993. Single-sheet brochure.

22. A Guide to Vermont & New Hampshire's Connecticut River Valley. Official Publication of the Connecticut River Valley Regional Tourism Council, Inc. (Springfield, VT: Connecticut River Valley Regional Tourism Council, 1993).

23. New Hampshire's Quiet Corner. Scenic Route 12. No date, place or publisher. Single-sheet brochure.

24. The Official New Hampshire Guidebook. (Concord: NH Department of Resources and Economic Development, 1994).


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30. Tolles, Bryant F., Jr. "The Evolution of a Campus: Dartmouth College Architecture Before 1860." In Historical New Hampshire, Vol. 42, No. 4. Winter 1987.

31. Hodgson, Alice Doan. "History in Towns." In The Magazine Antiques. Vol. CXII, No. 4. October 1977. Pp.712-25. [Orford, NH].

32. Hill, Ralph Nading, editor. The College on the Hill: A Dartmouth Chronicle. (Hanover, NH: Dartmouth Publications, 1964).

33. Garvin, Donna-Belle and James L. On the Road North of Boston: New Hampshire Taverns and Turnpikes, 1700-1900. (Concord, NH: New Hampshire Historical Society, c1988).

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35. Congdon, Herbert Wheaton. Old Vermont Houses 1763-1850. (Dublin, NH: William L. Bauhan, 1973).

36. The Fort at No. 4. 1 p printed flyer issued by the Fort at No. 4 Living History Museum.

37. New Hampshire Rivers Management and Protection Program. River Nomination Form. July 15, 1991. 72 pp plus appendices.

38. Burdick, Linda Betts, ed. New Hampshire Collections: A Guide to our Cultural Heritage. (Concord: New Hampshire Historical Society and New Hampshire State Library, 1992).

39. Haskell, John D., Jr., and T. D. Seymour Bassett, editors. New Hampshire; A Bibliography of its History. (Boston: G. K. Hall, 1979).

40. Listing of New Hampshire Bed and Breakfasts. INH.

41. These New Hampshire Maple Sugar Houses Welcome Visitors. Brochure issued by the New Hampshire Maple Producers Association, Inc., 1992.

42. Monadnock Region Bed & Breakfast Guide. Brochure issued by the Monadnock Bed & Breakfast Association, Jaffrey, NH.

43. Freese, Barbara, compiler. Historic Charlestown Walkabout. Illustrated by Livingstone Elder. "Printed July 1990 by The Millyard-Claybrook Association, Inc., and The Charlestown Women's Club in observance of the 250th anniversary of the settling of No. 4 by the Farnsworth brothers: Stephen, David and Samuel. 23pp.

44. Along the Northern Connecticut River: An Inventory of Significant In-Stream Features. (Charlestown, NH: Connecticut River Joint Commissions, 1994).

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47. White, Philip Aylwin and Dana Doane Johnson. Early Houses of Norwich, Vermont. (Norwich, VT: Norwich Historical Society, second revised edition c1973).

48. Hayward, John. A Gazetteer of New Hampshire, containing descriptions of all the counties, towns, and districts . . . (Boston: Published by John P. Jewett, 1849).

49. Historic Windsor, Inc. An Architectural & Historical Walking Tour of Windsor, Vermont. No date.

50. Discover & Celebrate Vermontıs Historic Architecture. (Windsor, VT: Preservation Trust of Vermont, 1984).

51. Vermont, A Guide to its Historic Sites. State of Vermont, Division for Historic Preservation. Brochure.

52. Historic Bicentennial Driving Tour of Windham County. Produced for the Bicentennial by Vermont National Bank.

53. Bellows Falls, Vermont Historic District. Self-Guided Walking Tour. No place, publisher or date. Brochure.

54. Naulakha, Rudyard Kipling's Vermont Home. Guide Map & General Information for Visitors. No date. Brochure.

55. The Estey Organ. No date. Brochure prepared by Whetstone Publishing.

56. Richard Ewald, Editor. Bellows Falls Vermont. Building on the Past. (Bellows Falls: Great Falls Regional Chamber of Commerce, 1994). Brochure.

57. The Old Constitution House 1777. (Montpelier: State of Vermont, Agency of Development & Community Affairs, Division of Historic Preservation, 1990). Brochure. Also Windsor, Vermont. The Old Constitution House 1777, Birthplace of the Republic of Vermont. (Montpelier: State of Vermont, Agency of Development & Community Affairs, Division for Historic Preservation, 1995.) Brochure.

58. Fort Dummer. Notes on the Early History of Brattleboro. No date. Brochure.

59. In and Around Brattleboro, Vermont. (Brattleboro: Brattleboro Chamber of Commerce, 1994). Booklet.

60. Our Town Westmoreland. Booklet prepared by the Westmoreland Lions Club, 1992.

61. Bruce, Nona B. and Barbara Bullock Jones. The Fort at No. 4 1740-1760. (Charlestown, NH: Old Fort No. 4 Associates, June 1990). Booklet.

62. Walpole Historical Society. A Self-Guided Tour of the Village of Walpole, N.H. Compiled and distributed by the Walpole Historical Society. No date. Brochure.

63. [Map] Connecticut River Valley Historical and Cultural Inventory Project. Map by Complex Systems Research Center, Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans and Space, University of New Hampshire. March 1965. Scale: 1:100,000.

64. The Old Rockingham Meeting House . . . and The First Church in Rockingham. Brochure. No date or place.

65. Richardson, F. W. and Goldie May. A Touch of History; Historic Sites and Trails, Springfield, Vermont, with a historic down-town walk and four auto tours. No place or publisher. c1992.

66. Springfield, Vermont. Eureka Schoolhouse and Baltimore Covered Bridge. Montpelier: State of Vermont, Agency of Development & Community Affairs, Division for Historic Preservation, 1988. Brochure.

67. A Self Guided Foliage Tour of the Town of Walpole, NH. Compiled and distributed by the Walpole Historical Society. Brochure.

68. Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Hastings Memorial Parish House, Unitarian Church, Union St., Walpole, New Hampshire 1895-1995. Brochure.

69. Map of Springfield, Vermont. Sponsored by the Springfield Chamber of Commerce. Folded map and guide. No date.

70. Where to Stay in Vermont. A Country Inn and B&B Collection. (Bristol, VT: Vermont Magazine, c1992).

71. Brattleboro Past, Present, Future. Produced by The Windham Regional Planning Commission and Brattleboro Museum & Art Center, c1983.

72. The Keene Sentinel. Issue of Thursday, May 18, 1995. Page 4. Article by Bryan Rourke.

73. American Precision Museum, Windsor, VT. Brochure.

74. Green Mountain Flyer. 1995 brochure. Also, Vermont Historical Railroad Train. Brochure with schedule effective May 25, 1985.

75. Brochure of the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center. No date.

76. Vermont Maple Sugarhouses Open to the Public. Montpelier: Vermont Department of Agriculture. Brochure. No date.

77. The Little Black Book. Vermont's Guide to Civilization & Primitive Haunts. Summer/Fall 1994. Southern Vermont Edition.

78. Printed card issued by the Saxtons River Historical Society Museum.

79. Tourist Brochure. The Westminster MG Car Museum. No date.

80. Tourist Brochure. The Inn at Saxtons River. No date.

81. Tourist Brochure. Mapleton Farm A Country Bed & Breakfast. No date.

82. Vermont Country Inns and B&B's. (Berlin, VT: Vermont Chamber of Commerce, 1995).

83. Three Hundred Things to See & Do In Vermont; A Sampler of Vermont's Cultural and Natural Resources. Montpelier: Vermont Department of Travel & Tourism.

84. Tourist Brochure. Latchis Hotel, Brattleboro, Vermont.

85. Teago's Upper Valley Guide. Summer-Fall 1985. Teago Publishing Company.

86. Claremont, New Hampshire "Crossroads to the Future" Your Complete Guidebook to the Greater Claremont Area. (Greater Claremont Chamber of Commerce, 1997.

87. Tourist Brochure. Hickory Ridge House. No date.

88. Historical New Hampshire. Published by the New Hampshire Historical Society. Vol 37, No. 1. Spring 1982.

89. Gazetteer of Vermont Heritage; A concise account of the discovery, settlement, and progress of interesting and remarkable events in the Green Mountain Country. . . (Chester, Vermont.: The National Survey, c1976).

90. Vermont; A Guide to the Green Mountain State. Federal Writers' Project, Works Progress Administration. (Boston: Houghton-Mifflin Company, 1937).

91. Huden, John C. Indian Place Names of New England. (NY: Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1962).

92. A Self-Guided Walking Tour of Dartmouth College (The Historic Inner Core Around the Green). "Information in this self-guided tour has been taken from The Dartmouth Story, a narrative history of the College's buildings, people, and legends by Robert B. Graham, Class of 1940." No date or issuer.

93. Templeton, Neal G., Vermont's Covered Bridges. Pamphlet published by First Vermont Bank.

94. Society for the Preservation of Old Mills, List of Old Mills of Vermont.

95. International Mechanical Engineering Heritage Site, Robbins and Lawrence Armory and Machine Shop, 1846. Windsor, VT. Brochure.

96. Save Outdoor Sculpture! Survey. On file at the Vermont Historical Society, Pavilion Building, Montpelier, VT.

97. An Historical Guide to Fairlee, Vermont. No place or publisher. Prepared by the Fairlee Bicentennial Committee.

98. Hadsel, Christine, compiler. Vermont Museums, Galleries, and Historic Places. Published by Vermont Life in cooperation with Vermont Museum and Gallery Alliance and Vermont Historical Society.

99. By The Old Mill Stream: An Architectural and Historical Walking Tour of Quechee, Vermont. Researched by Deborah Doyle-Schectman.

100. Historical Tour of White River Junction, A Village of Hartford, VT. (Hartford Historical Society, 1993).

101. Welcome to White River Junction, Vermont: Vermont's Eastern Gateway. Brochure to accompany interpretive signs for buildings. Project not completed, though text for signage is written and available as a source.

102. Bridge Survey Inventory Form, Historic Sites and Structures Survey, State of Vermont, Division for Historic Preservation, Montpelier, VT.

103. Hyde, Arthur L. & Frances P. Hyde, Burial Grounds of Vermont. Vermont Old Cemetery Association. 2nd printing, July 1992.

104. Kull, Andrew. New England Cemeteries: A Collector's Guide. (Brattleboro, VT: The Stephen Greene Press, 1975).

105. America Preserved; A Checklist of Historic Buildings, Structures, and Sites. Recorded by the HA Buildings Survey/HA Eng Record . (Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1995).

106. Town of Hanover, Annual Calendar, "Historic Hanover." 1993-94.

107. Town of Hanover, Annual Calendar, "Etna Village." 1995.

108. Bateman, William M., compiler. Heritage Trail 1754-1825. (Claremont, N.H. Published by the Claremont Historical Society, June 1976).

109. Historical Tour of Wilder Village, (Hartford, VT. Hartford Historical Society, 1993).

110. Historical Tours of the Five Village of Hartford, VT. West Hartford. (Hartford, VT: Hartford Historical Society, 1991).

111. Historical Tour of Center of Town, Hartford, VT. (Hartford Historical Society, 1993).

112. Old Home Day Bus Tours. Featuring Beaver Meadow, Pompanoosuc, Main Street. Sponsored by the Norwich Historical Society, September 11, 1993.

113. Waterman, W. Randall. Reminders of the Past in the Village of Hanover, The Green: Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Century Houses Still Standing in 1976. (Hanover, NH: Hanover Historical Society, 1976).

114. Childs, Francis Lane. Webster Cottage and those who lived there. (Hanover, NH: Hanover Historical Society, 1969).

115. Trail Map - Hanoverıs Oldest Houses 1772-1840 Hanover, New Hampshire. Brochure issued by the Hanover Trails Association. No date.

116. Croft, Georgia. A Walking Tour of Claremont Village Industrial District. No date or place. Preparation associated with the Mill on Main Street project of the New Hampshire State Library.

117. Tourist Brochure. Goddard Mansion Bed & Breakfast. Claremont, NH. No date.

118. Tourist Brochure. The Chase House Bed & Breakfast. Cornish, NH. No date.

119. Tourist Brochure. Juniper Hill Inn. Windsor, VT. No date.

120. Tourist Brochure. Anthony Field Gallery Bed & Breakfast and Freegrace Leavitt Tavern Restaurant, Hartford, VT. No date.

121. Tourist Brochure. The Barberry House Bed & Breakfast, Cornish, NH. No date.

122. Tourist Brochure. The Dowd's Country Inn, Lyme, NH. No date.

123. Tourist Brochure. Two Mile Farm Bed & Breakfast, Hanover, NH. No date.

124. Advertisements in various issues of the Dartmouth Alumni Magazine.

125. Computer inventory, Town of Charlestown, in computer at NH Division of Historical Resources.

126. Lathrop, Churchill P., An Interpretation of the Orozco Frescoes at Dartmouth. No place of publisher [Hanover: Dartmouth College], c1980.

127. National Register Nomination Forms. On file at the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation, Montpelier, VT. 128. Wageman, Clara E. Covered Bridges of New England. (Rutland, VT: The Tuttle Co., 1931).

129. Historic Vermont, summer 1995, no. 7. Published by the Preservation Trust of Vermont in cooperation with the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation and the UVM Historic Preservation Program.

130. Historic Sites & Structures Survey forms, Division for Historic Preservation, State of Vermont, Montpelier, VT.

131. In Sight of Ye Great River; History & Houses of Hartland, Vermont. Hartland Historical Society, July 4, 1991.

132. Haslam, Charlotte, ed. The Landmark Handbook. 15th Edition. (Maidenhead, England: The Landmark Trust, 1995).

133. Smith, Marjorie Whalen. Historic Homes of Cheshire County. Volume III. (Privately printed. c1979).

134. Brattleboro: A Main Street Walking Tour of Architectural and Historic Interest. No date.

135. BULLETIN, Connecticut River Valley Covered Bridge Society (Vol. 24, no. 1, summer 1977), pp. 2-3.

136. Rogak, Lisa. Vermont Off the Beaten Path: A Guide to Unique Places. (Old Saybrook, CT: The Globe Pequot Press, 1992).

137. Kidder-Smith, G. E. The Beacon Guide to New England Houses of Worship, An Architectural Companion. (Boston: Beacon Press, c1989).

138. Smith, Marjorie Whalen. Historic Homes of Cheshire County New Hampshire. (Privately printed, c1968).

139. Jennison, Peter S. Roadside History of Vermont. (Missoula, Montana: Mountain Press Publishing Co., c1989).

140. Excerpts from the History of the Park Hill Meeting House, Park Hill, Westmoreland, N.H. No date or publisher.

141. Smith, Marjorie Whalen. Historic Homes of Cheshire County New Hampshire. Vol II. (Privately printed, c1971).

142. Tours and Detours: Travel Vermont. Thematically based information system designed to draw pass-through travellers off interstates and into countryside and towns.

143. Royce, Edmund Homer. "Covered Bridges of Vermont" (Vermont Life.Vol. 1, no. 3, Spring 1947), pp. 12-17, 40.

144. Single page sheet issued by the Rockingham Meeting House Association. No date.

145. Rines, Edward F. Old Historic Churches of America; Their Romantic History and Their Traditions. Published under the auspices of the National Society of Colonial Dames of America. (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1936).

146. Lathrop, Elise. Old New England Churches. (Rutland, VT: The Tuttle Publishing Co., Inc. c1938).

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148. Rose, Harold Wickliffe. The Colonial Houses of Worship in America Built in the English Colonies before the Republic, 1607-1789, and Still Standing. (New York: Hastings House, c1963.)

149. Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust; The Cemetery and Burial Records of the Past and Present in the Town of Westmoreland, New Hampshire. (Westmoreland Historical Society, 1989.)

150. From Journey's End to Hardscrabble: A Guided Tour of the Cemeteries and Burying-Grounds of Chesterfield, New Hampshire. (Chesterfield Historical Society, 1980; second printing 1982.)

151. Brochure, The Inn at Windsor, A Bed & Breakfast.

152. Stout, Marilyn. Vermont Walks: Village and Countryside. Walking Tours of Forty-Three Vermont Villages and their Surroundings. (Montpelier, VT: Vermont Life Magazine in association with Preservation Trust of Vermont,1995.)

153. Kimball Union Academy. 1991 Engagement Calendar.

154. Twin State Volkssport Association. Annual Seasonal Walk. White River Jct., Vermont [walking tour; no date]

155. Swift, Esther Munroe. Vermont Place-Names, Footprints of History. (Brattleboro: The Stephen Greene Press), NEED DATE.)

156. Colby, Virginia and James B. Atkinson. Footprints of the Past: Images of Cornish, New Hampshire & The Cornish Colony. (Concord: New Hampshire Historical Society, 1996.)

157. 1995 Population Estimates of New Hampshire Cities and Towns. ([Concord:] New Hampshire Office of State Planning, August 1996).

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161. Allen. Rare Old Covered Bridges of Windsor County, Vt. [need reference.]

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163. Kent, Louise Andrews. Village Greens of New England. (NY: M. Barrows & Company, Inc., 1948).

164. Saint-Gaudens. Official Map and Guide. National Park Service. U.S. Department of the Interior.

165. Zea, Philip and Nancy Norwalk, Choice White Pines and Good Land; A History of Plainfield and Meriden, New Hampshire. (Portsmouth: Peter E. Randall Publisher, c1991).

166. A Circle of Friends: Art Colonies of Cornish and Dublin. [1985].

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168. Wade, Hugh Mason. A Brief History of Cornish 1763-1974. (Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 1976).

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170. History of Westmoreland (Great Meadow) New Hampshire 1741-1970 And Genealogical Data. (Westmoreland History Committee, 1976)

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