The Connecticut Magazine. Vol. IX [9] - 1905

By: Connecticut Magazine

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Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Magazine, 1905. Worn first edition. Bound volume containing issues for the year 1905. The Connecticut Magazine (previously called Connecticut Quarterly) was an illustrated magazine devoted to the literature, history, picturesque features, science, art and industry of Connecticut, with quite a bit of emphasis on specific locations within the state and their historical importance. This volume contains articles about: Aristocracy vs. Democracy; Who Were the Puritans?; Volcanic and Seismic Disturbances in Southern Connecticut; Old Connecticut Houses; Literature of the Louisiana Purchase; Religious Life in New England; Torrington; Reminiscences of Old Negro Slavery Days; Life of Samuel Stone; Public Libraries in Connecticut; Immigration to New England; The Last of the Beechers; Isabella Beecher Hooker; The Power of Song; The Development of the Brain; The Growing of Tobacco in Connecticut; Bridgeport; Development of Steam Navigation; Connecticut in Literature; Connecticut Pioneers Founded Texas; Building a Model Municipality (Hartford); Hartford; Hartford and Insuarnce; Eli Whitney; David Austin; and much more. Generously illustrated. Three quarter maroon leather over maroon cloth, 932 pages. A well-used copy from the estate of a genealogist, who made a few pencil notations or check marks in a few of the margins. Externally fair condition, with covers detached, spine partially chipped away. Internally better but with some loosened pages and some margin chips. Pages mainly quite clean. A worn but useful copy.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fair. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. First Edition.

Title: The Connecticut Magazine. Vol. IX [9] - 1905

Author Name: Connecticut Magazine

Categories: Connecticut - Its History, Art, Antiques, Etc,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Hartford, Connecticut, Connecticut Magazine: 1905

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 002200