The History of Litchfield, Conn. 1720 - 1920
White's History of Litchfield, prepared for the Litchfield Historical Society for the Town's bicentennial, summarizes the two earlier town histories and fills in the gap between the years before the Civil War and the period following World War I. Also included is a lengthy appendix including officials of government, religious, civic, patriotic, social, and business organizations, and a street directory. There are more than 200 pictures in the volume that are replicated on the CD-ROM as well. For this republication we have added a complete index.
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