6 edition of History of Torrington, Connecticut found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Samuel Orcutt.|
|Series||Library of American civilization -- LAC 14076.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 817 p.|
|Number of Pages||817|
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TORRINGTON - A new book filled with photos of Torrington's past has captured the positive effect immigrants had on the city's development, spirit and growth. "Images of America: Torrington," by. Torrington, in Litchfield County, is located in northwest Connecticut on the Naugatuck River.
Originally called Mast Swamp for the pines harvested for use as ship masts, Torrington was settled inincorporated inand chartered as a city in In the years before the Civil War, Torringford, a section of Torrington, was a transportation center for the Underground Railroad.
In the. History of Torrington, Connecticut: From Its First Settlement inwith Biographies and Genealogies, Part 2 Samuel Orcutt J. Munsell, printer, - Connecticut - pages5/5(1). Torrington, Connecticut Coloring/Activity Book By Carol Connecticut book. Click below to download this wonderful 24 page book filled with pictures to color and activities about the history of Torrington.
This book was created by our very creative librarian/archivist Carol Clapp. Torrington in Wartimes from Orcutt’s History of Torrington, Connecticut (). This section from that book – Chap Wartimes (pages - ) – covers the American Revolution and the Civil War, and has added material about the efforts on the home front.
History of Torrington, Connecticut, from its first settlement inwith biographies and genealogies by Orcutt, Samuel, Pages: R. Manning Chipman, The history of Harwinton, Connecticut, (Hartford [Connecticut]: Williams, Wiley & Turner, ).
Includes bibliographical references and index. Available online at Internet Archives, (accessed 8 Mar ). Also available at the Family History Library, FHL US/CAN Book /H1 H2c, or FHL US/CAN Film Item 4.
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Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed.4/5(1). The Torrington History Museum provides History of Torrington comprehensive look at the scope of Torrington's history from Pre-historic times to the present.
The museum is designed for residents and tourists alike who wish to gain a general understanding of the major events and trends in Torrington's history. Torrington Historical Society, Torrington, Connecticut.
K likes. The Hotchkiss-Fyler House Museum and two permanent exhibits are open seasonally (April through October). The John H. Thompson 5/5(1). About the Book A history of the first permanent colonial settlement of Connecticut at Windsor, focusing on the people who settled the township Pages: Church records,Torrington Ecclesiastical Society (Torrington, Connecticut) Family History Library Historical notice of the First Congregational Church in Torrington, Conn.: with the confession of faith, the covenant, and a catalogue of the members, from its organization in.
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The library has truly evolved into a destination for literature, learning, arts, culture, history, technology and so much more. The Torrington Library celebrated its th Anniversary on Octo On Apthe Torrington Library’s Board of Trustees voted to move forward with an estimated $ million dollar building project.
In our American County Histories collection you will find History of Litchfield County, Connecticut, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of its Prominent Men and volume by J. Lewis & Company provides details, profiles, and images detailing the people, families, and communities of Litchfield County.
History of Torrington, Connecticut: From Its First Settlement inwith Biographies and Item PreviewPages: Torrington Native Writes Civil War History of 1st Connecticut Cavalry. With no monument and no book to mark their service, Bob Angelovich said the young men who comprised Connecticut’s only Civil War cavalry regiment had been forgotten by time and : Kaitlin Mccallum.
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History of Torrington, Connecticut, from its first settlement inwith biographies and genealogies. The book will be available for sale at the program. Nicholas F.
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About this Book Catalog Record Details. History of Torrington, Connecticut, from its first settlement Orcutt, Samuel, View full catalog record. Torrington in Wartimes from Orcutt’s History of Torrington, Connecticut (). This section from that book – Chap Wartimes – covers the American Revolution and the Civil War, and has added material about the efforts on the home front, as well as on special topics such as women in the wars.
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Barber, (). Second Edition. Very good+ in a recent dark blue cloth binding with gilt text on. Get this from a library. History of Torrington, Connecticut: from its first settlement inwith biographies and genealogies. [Samuel Orcutt]. History of Torrington, Connecticut, from its first settlement inwith biographies and genealogies by Samuel Orcutt avg rating — 0 ratings — published Today, the Torrington Library is a doorway to learning and a life-long partner to the community, providing free access to resources including a circulating collection of both print and non-print adult, young adult, and juvenile materials.
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