3 edition of Historical sketches of Meriden Connecticut found in the catalog.
Historical sketches of Meriden Connecticut
G. W. Perkins
|Statement||by G.W. Perkins|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 60951|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 117 p.|
|Number of Pages||117|
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-- History. [from old catalog] Publisher West Meriden, F. Hinman Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor Pages: Historical sketches of Meriden Connecticut by Perkins, George William, Internet Archive BookReader Historical sketches of Meriden [Connecticut].
Historical sketches of Meriden [Connecticut]. [G W Perkins] Electronic books History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Perkins, G.W.
(George William), Historical sketches of Meriden. West Meriden [Conn.]: Published by Franklin E. Hinman, (DLC)rc (OCoLC) Material Type.
Genre/Form: Local histories History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Perkins, G.W. (George William), Historical sketches of Meriden [Connecticut].
History books on the Meriden area, including information on companies () An artdesigncafe / Design Meriden resource. () - Perkins, G.W. Historical sketches of Meriden. Franklin E. Hinman: West Meriden. This book covers the history of Meriden, Connecticut.
The lively narrative of the book is complemented by more than rare photographs and illustrations, including 16 pages of brilliant color. The book will inform and delight longtime residents and newcomers alike.4/4(1). An Historic Record and Pictorial Description of the Town of Meriden, Connecticut and Men who Have Made it: Author: Charles Bancroft Gillespie: Compiled by: Charles Bancroft Gillespie: Publisher: Journal Publishing Company, Original from: the New York Public Library: Digitized: Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
Meriden, in New Haven County, is located in south-central Connecticut, with the Quinnipiac River cutting through its southwestern portion.
Formerly known as Industrialization brought a manufacturing boom and Meriden began producing everything from ivory combs, buttons, tinware, and cutlery, to coffee grinders and organs—though Meriden would eventually become famous as the Silver City.
In the s and s Meriden was a rural or suburban sector of the town of Wallingford. Situated halfway between the Connecticut Colony on the north (Hartford - Wethersfield) and the New Haven Colony on the south, it became a stopping place for colonists who traveled by horse or by foot.
Belcher Tavern was one of its well known resting places. Buy Historical Sketches of Meriden [Connecticut] Volume 2 by Perkins, George William [Fro at ISBN/UPC: Save an average of 50% on the marketplace. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Historical Sketches of Meriden [Connecticut]; Volume 2 (Paperback or Softback) at the best online prices at.
Historical sketches of Meriden [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, Historical sketches of Meriden (), by G. Perkins Art souvenir edition of the Meriden daily journal illustrating the city of Meriden, Connecticut, in the year () Meriden, Connecticut, Illustrated and Descriptive ().
Kent (Conn.) -- History Publisher Meriden, Conn., Printed by the Journal publishing co. Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor Sloan Foundation Contributor The Library of Congress Language EnglishPages: The Meriden Historical Society Inc.
is a membership-supported non-profit organization Historical sketches of Meriden Connecticut book those who are interested in the history of Meriden, Connecticut. We operate two buildings: the Bernice C. Morehouse Research Center, located at Hanover Avenue, South Meriden, and the Andrews Homestead, at West Main Street, Meriden.
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Historical sketch of Rev. John Hubbard of Meriden, Conn.: his ancestors and descendants, [Ellen R Hough; Albert H Wilcox].
History of Middlesex county, Connecticut, with biographical sketches of its prominent men Connecticut, with biographical sketches of its prominent men by Beers, J. B., & company, HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original images and the derived formats (OCR results Pages: Historical sketches of Meriden [Connecticut] Also available in digital form.
Contributor: Perkins, G. (George William) Date: Church manual: containing an historical sketch of the First Baptist Church, in Meriden, Conn. Connecticut State Library. Church records,First Congregational Church (Meriden, Connecticut) Family History Library Church records,irst Baptist Church (Meriden, Connecticut) Family History Library.
Aero view of Meriden, Connecticut Perspective map not drawn to scale. LC Panoramic maps (2nd ed.), 83 Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Congratulations to our member Dan DeLuca. His book The Old Leather Man: Historical Account of a Connecticut and New York Legend has been published.
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InWindsor became Connecticut's first English settlement. This was due to its desirable location at the juncture of the Farmington and Connecticut Rivers, its rich and fertile soil, and, perhaps most importantly, to a 17th-century war between Native peoples of the region made complicated by new European interests in the fur trade.
The Lure of Trade and Land In a war between the. Wiki page on Historical Sketches of Meriden in Meriden, New Haven, Connecticut, United States.
This Meriden Images of America book is a well-written pictorial essay. It has an amazing collection of pictures that document this once nationally-acclaimed industrial giant.
You learn in this book that Meriden was an early colonial settlement on the ONLY road between the Connecticut Colony (at Hartford) and the port colony of New Haven/5(6). Like many towns in central Connecticut that found sustaining an agricultural economy difficult, Meriden had become a manufacturing town by the midth century.
Despite large numbers of local industries going out of business by the start of the Civil War, two former peddlers, Horace and Dennis Wilcox, helped establish a lucrative silver industry in Meriden. Bringing together numerous. Barber, John Warner: 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 Haven: Durrie & Peck and J.
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16 Per Page; 32 Per Page; 48 Per Page Meriden. $ CT Bristol Business and Industry. $ CT Norwich. $ Meriden is one of the most important manufacturing cities of Connecticut, and in produced % of the plated ware manufactured in the state, and much sterling silver.
In the factory product was valued at $13, an increase of % over that of History of the Town of Plymouth, Connecticut: With an Account of the Centennial Celebration May 14 Also a Sketch of Plymouth, Ohio, Settled by Local Families.
Meriden, CT: Journal Publishing Company, Link. Golden Parlour Mine, Meriden, New Haven Co., Connecticut, USA. According to Curtis () there was a small mine in Meriden that operated in in a search for gold, but likely showed copper minerals, as well as the quartz and/or calcite gangue common along faults in the Hartford Basin.
Meriden is a community of nea residents knit together by award-winning schools, spirited civic, service and cultural groups, and activities. Our city includes 24 square miles with well-preserved geological features, over 3, acres of municipally owned park.
History of Wallingford, Conn: From Its Settlement in to the Present Time, Including Meriden, which was One of Its Parishes Untiland Cheshire, which was Incorporated inVolume 1 Charles Henry Stanley Davis. Available at the Family History Library, FHL US/CAN Book D3d. J.L. Rockey, History of New Haven County, Connecticut, (New York, New York: W.W.
Preston, ). Volume 1 available online at Google Books, (accessed 2 Mar ), or at Internet Archives, (accessed 2 Mar ). 18th century. Meriden was originally a part of the neighboring town of was granted a separate meetinghouse inbecame a town in with over residents, and incorporated as a city in with just under residents.
It was once proposed as the Connecticut state capital. It was named for the village of Meriden, West Midlands, England, near y: United States. 24 works Search for books with subject Meriden (Conn United States.
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The church at 22 Crown Street in Meriden was built in as the West Meriden Baptist Church, later renamed the Main Street Baptist ished inthe church had an earlier chapel on the same site. The present church building’s tower was removed in and in the s the Connecticut Bank & Trust Company built a branch right in front of the building.
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Meriden, Conn.: Illustrated, printed, and bound by the Journal Pub. Co., name\/a> \" History of Kent, Connecticut: including biographical sketches of many of. The town of Wallingford, located in New Haven County, is in the south-central region of the state—positioned half-way between New Haven and Hartford.
Planters and freemen established the village inwhich was incorporated as town in Ina separate borough was incorporated but the borough and the town later consolidated in In the 19th century, industry included pewter.
Meriden (Conn.) Connecticut -- History; History; Filed under: Meriden (Conn.) -- History. History of Wallingford, Conn., From Its Settlement in to the Present Time, Including Meriden, Which Was One of Its Parishes Untiland Cheshire, Which Was Incorporated in (), by Charles Henry Stanley Davis (multiple formats at ).Meriden is a city in the heart of Connecticut, approximately miles from Boston and New York City.
Meriden was originally a part of the neighboring town of Wallingford. In the people of Meriden established a meetinghouse, and in formed a separate town with approximately 1, residents.Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a Page. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content.5/5(1).