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Connecticut Valley Historical Society

Papers and proceedings of the Connecticut Valley Historical Society ...

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Published by The Society in Springfield, Mass .
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    History of Bergen County, New Jersey, 1, Papers and proceedings of the Bergen County Historical Society. 1, History of Bergen County, New Jersey: Genealogical history of Hudson and Bergen Counties, New Jersey: The book of Englewood: together with matter on the world war by other writers from official sources. A history of the town of Greenwich, Fairfield County, Conn. Ancestry A history of the town of Greenwich, Fairfield County, Conn.: with many important statistics Family History Library. Before & after a comprehensive chronology of the town of Greenwich, Family History Library. Greenwich old & new: a history, illustrated with photographs, of Greenwich, . Wiki page on Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society in Connecticut, United States. login. Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society. Profile; Papers Relating to the Controversy in the CHurch in Hartford, Vol. 7 Orderly Book and Journals kept by COnnecticut Men while taking part in the American Revolution   Papers: In the Charles-Henri, Comte d'Estaing Papers, , 5 items. The papers include two letters (photocopies from originals housed in the French Archives) from the Comte d'Estaing to General George Washington updating Washington on naval activity in the [Long Island] sound off the coast of Connecticut (August and September ).


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by Connecticut Valley Historical Society. Publication date This is from a photocopy of an original book. There are no chapters.

Addeddate Betterpdf true Bookplateleaf THERE is matter of more than local interest in the second volume of the Proceedings of the Connecticut Valley Historical Society.

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