(by title)

African-American Studies / Connecticut

African American Connecticut Explored

First book for a general readership to present an overview of the African American experience in Connecticut
Normen, Elizabeth J., Ed. with Katherine J. Harris, Stacey K. Close, and Wm. Frank Mitchell

New England History / Connecticut / Archaeology

The Archaeology of Connecticut

An introduction to Connecticut’s human history
Keegan, Kristen Noble, and William F. Keegan, eds.

Regional Photography / Connecticut

Barns of Connecticut

A testament to the beauty of the central structure of the Connecticut farm
Starr, Markham

Law / Connecticut

The Blue Laws

In the "forty-sixth year after Independence" Silas Andrus published his painstakingly researched and compiled collection of the earliest laws of Connecticut.
Andrus, Silas, comp.

New England History / Connecticut / Corporate & Business History

Carriages and Clocks, Corsets and Locks

A meticulous look at the distinctive industrialization of New Haven, Connecticut
Maynard, Preston, and Marjorie B. Noyes, eds.

Reference & Bibliography / Connecticut / New England History

Connecticut Historical Collections

Containing a General Collection of Interesting Facts, Traditions, Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes, etc. Relating to the History and Antiquities of Every Town in Connecticut with Geographical Descriptions
Barber, John Warner

Civil War / Connecticut / American History

Connecticut in the American Civil War

A riveting account of Connecticut’s involvement in the Civil War
Warshauer, Matthew

American Art / Connecticut / Women's Studies / Women's History

Connecticut Needlework

Masterworks from the extraordinary needlework collections of the Connecticut Historical Society
Schoelwer, Susan P.

Nature / Ecology & Environmental Studies / Connecticut

Connecticut Wildlife

The best comprehensive look at wildlife in Connecticut
Hammerson, Geoffrey A.

Music / Connecticut / History

Connecticut’s Fife and Drum Tradition

The first full account of this beloved American music tradition
Clark, James

Biography / Connecticut / Politics

Crowbar Governor

First biography of one of Connecticut’s most colorful and notorious statesmen
Murphy, Kevin

Weather / Connecticut

Dr. Mel’s Connecticut Climate Book

Connecticut’s unique climate and major weather events explained by the state’s best-known meteorologist
Goldstein, Mel

Nature / Memoir / Connecticut

Dune Boy

Teale, Edwin Way

Antiques & Collectibles / Decorative Arts & Material Culture / Connecticut

Early Connecticut Silver, 1700–1840

The preeminent study of Connecticut’s silvercraft, back in print with a new introduction
Bohan, Peter and Philip Hammerslough. Introduction by Erin Eisenbarth.

African-American Studies / American History / Connecticut

Five Black Lives

Five ex-slave narratives spanning 150 years in time, from 1729 to 1870, and a geographical area from Africa to Connecticut
Bontemps, Arna, intr.

Fishing / Connecticut

Fly Fishing in Connecticut

Provides the essentials to launch a personal journey into the world of fly fishing
Murphy, Kevin

Poetry / Connecticut

Garnet Poems

Landmark collection illuminates the state through the work of its most prominent poets
Barone, Dennis, ed., foreword by Dick Allen

Travel & Tourism / Connecticut

Hidden in Plain Sight

The art of discovering cultural and natural treasures in everyday landscapes
Leff, David K.

Education History / Connecticut

A History of The Eclectic Society of Phi Nu Theta, 1837–1970

The history of a unique New England fraternity
Moody, William B. B.

Connecticut / American History

John Warner Barber’s Views of Connecticut Towns, 1834-36

The earliest known images of many Connecticut towns
Bickford, Christopher P. and J. Bard McNulty, eds.

Connecticut / Government

Local Government in Connecticut, Third Edition
3rd edition

Indispensable guide to the ins and outs of Connecticut local government
Connolly, Frank B. with Roger L. Kemp and Philip K. Schenck

Music / Connecticut

Music at Wesleyan

A vividly illustrated, richly anecdotal account of over 150 years of music at Wesleyan University
Slobin, Mark

Ecology & Environmental Studies / Connecticut / New England / Memoir

A Naturalist Buys an Old Farm

“A guidebook to contentment, a how-to book on living well and lightly with the land.”—from the foreword by Ann Haymond Zwinger
Teale, Edwin Way. Ann Haymond Zwinger, new introd

American Art / Connecticut

New Haven’s Sentinels

The innovations in art and geology inspired by two classic Connecticut landmarks
Zeilinga de Boer, Jelle and John Wareham

Connecticut / American History / Legal History

Original Discontents
Published in association with the Acorn Club.

Primary documents illuminate the second Hartford Convention
Buel, Richard, Jr. and George J. Willauer, eds.

History / Connecticut

The Peopling of New Connecticut

A collection of primary source documents offers new insight into the settlement of Connecticut’s Western Reserve in northeastern Ohio
Buel, Richard, Jr.

American Art / Connecticut

Picturing Victorian America

A landmark reference on 19th-century American lithographic production
Finlay, Nancy

Basketball / Sports History / Connecticut


A game-by-game chronicle of one of the most unlikely comebacks in all of sports
Borges, David

Geography & Geology / History / Connecticut

Stories in Stone

Exploring the many facets of Connecticut’s unique geology
Zeilinga de Boer, Jelle

New England History / Connecticut

Water for Hartford

How three men brought clean water to Hartford, on a massive scale
Murphy, Kevin

Education History / Connecticut / College History

Welcome to Wesleyan

A photograph book of the Wesleyan campus, with historical notes
Starr, Leslie

Education History / Connecticut / College History

Wesleyan University, 1831–1910

A lively narrative connecting Wesleyan University’s early history to economic, religious, urban, and educational developments in 19th-century America.
Potts, David B.

Education / Women's Studies / Connecticut

Deluxe slipcased edition has same ISBN.

A century of girls’ education in the history of an extraordinary school
Lisle, Laurie

American Art / Connecticut / Women's Studies

With Needle and Brush

First book to explore schoolgirl needlework of the Connecticut River Valley
Huber, Carol and Stephen, Susan P. Schoelwer, and Amy Kurtz Lansing

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