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Once Upon A Time In Connecticut

by Caroline Clifford Newton

If this little volume gives to the children of Connecticut a truer appreciation of the early history of the state in which they live, its purpose will have been achieved. A knowledge of Connecticut's history, its men and the work they have accomplished, should arouse the devotion and loyalty of every Connecticut boy and girl to the state and its welfare; and that it shall do so is the hope of those by whom this work has been projected and under whose auspices it has been published.
I. THE HOUSE OF HOPE AND THE CHARTER OAK
II. TWO INDIAN WARRIORS
III. A HARBOR FOR SHIPS
IV. THREE JUDGES
V. THE FORT ON THE RIVER
VI. THE FROGS OF WINDHAM
VII. OLD WOLF PUTNAM
VIII. THE BULLET-MAKERS OF LITCHFIELD
IX. NEWGATE PRISON
X. THE DARK DAY
XI. A FRENCH CAMP IN CONNECTICUT
XII. NATHAN HALE

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