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Stamford History

Museum Book Store
Connecticut History
Of interest to photo history, textile and antique furniture buffs
Young History Readers
Civil War

The Stamford Historical Society is pleased to recommend selected books of Connecticut and Stamford History.
Some may be out of print. Some are available in our bookstore in the lobby. Some may be viewed in the Marcus Research Library.

in association with Estelle F. Feinstein, Joyce S. Pendery, Robert Lockwood Mills, Don Russell (Introduction)
Stamford: An Illustrated History, Revised Edition July 2002
Hardcover, 219 pages
American Historical Press
ISBN: 1892724278
see review from The Advocate
in association with Al Michaud
A Twig Grows in Springdale
PublishAmerica, 2004
ISBN: 1413707815
US$ 29.95

Review by Don Russell

Robert A. Becker
Revolution, Reform, and the Politics of American Taxation, 1763-1783
Estelle Feinstein
Stamford from Puritan to Patriot: The shaping of a Connecticut Community, 1641-1774
Noah Webster Hoyt
Civil War Diaries of Noah Webster Hoyt: 28th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers
Jeanne Majdalany, Edith M. Wicks
The Early Settlement of Stamford Ct 1641-1700
Elijah B. Huntington
History of Stamford Connecticut 1641-1868 : Including Darien Until 1820
Tony Pavia
American Town Goes to War
Anthony G. White
The Architecture of Stamford, Connecticut : a selected bibliography

The Marcus Research Library book holdings are cataloged in the Ferguson Library's online catalog. Adding data is still a work in progress, but users may go to the catalog for their research before visiting the society's research library.

How to proceed: Go to the Online Catalog, and click on advanced search. Type in your search item and then scroll down to the bottom of the page where you find this box:
image of Ferguson Library catalog search box
(this is a screen print only)

Click on "All libraries" and scroll to "Stamford Historical Society," then hit the search button.

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