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"They Found Away" INDEX



 Adams, John, 250                           
 Adams, John Quincy, 262                      
"African Trading CO.," 326                  
 Agriculture, 58, 75-76, 8o, 94, 137, 140,    
         146-147, 256; in Windham County,    
         194-202                                  
 Ajax Blueing Co., 98                        
 Alcott, Bronson, 31, 37                      
 Alexander, Nell, 93                         
 Allen, Ethan, 14, 20-21, 109, 227-232,      
         245                                      
 Allen, Joseph, 227                          
 Allerton, Isaac, 50                         
 A7nerican Cookbook, 269                      
 American flag, 2i                            
 American Revolution, 82, 124, 125,          
         126, 131, 205, 212, 246, 284; Con-       
         necticut's part in, 2i6-232               
 American Turtle, The, 78-79                 
 Amherst, Gen., 2i6                          
 Andover Seminary, i86                     
 Andrew Jackson, the, 23                     
 Andrews family, i86-i87                     
 Anna Pendleton, The, 59                    
 Antarctica, 9                               
 Arctic exploration, 3oi                    
 Antiques, 31                                
 Antiquarians, 36o                          
 Appleseed, Johnny, 13,    328                
 Argonant, The, So                           
 Arkansas, 139; and Matt Lyon, 251           
 Arlington (Vt.), 246                         
 Arms, 17, 75, 77, 80, 109, 255, 307-3o8      
 Arnold, Benedict, 31, 229-230               
 Art, aboriginal, 22                        
 Artillery. See arms                          
 Artists, 47, 26t-262                        
 Ashford, 208, 233;   Church, 200; Co-      
         operative Assn.,  i96-202                 
 Ashland, 183                                
 Asia, The, 223                              
 Aspinwall, Nathaniel, 356                   
 Assenisipia, 127                            
 Austin (Texas), 139-143                    
 Austin Grant, the, 140                      
 Austin, Moses, 136-143                       
 Austin, Stephen Fuller, 9, 137-143           
 Bacon Academy, 137                          
 Bacon, jabez, 58, 244                       
 Bacon, Rev.  Sumner, 140
Baker, Remember, 14, 21
"Bangall," 34, 74
Banks, Sir Joseph, 303
Bardstown (Ky.), 293
Barkhamsted, 263
Barry, Bridget, 173-178
Beacon Falls, 84
Bear Mountain, i i 9; Bridge, 151
Beecher, Benjamin D., 76
Beecher, Henry Ward, 17, 3o8
Bell makers, 38
Bennington (Vt.), 228; Battle of, i i
Berlin, 34
Betsey, The, 63
Bickford, Ensign, 76
"Big Basin," 144-159
Bishop, James, 194
Bissell, Daniel, io8
"Bitter Oil," 46
Blackberry River. 254
"Blackball Boys," 257
Blacksmiths, 47
Blackwell, Capt.  Samuel, 2i
Blockades, 6i
Blue Glass Cure, 26i, 350-353
Boney, Perry, 147-159
Bonhomme, Richard, 62
Boston, 212; siege of, 217
Bostwick, Joseph, 72
"Boundary fixers," i78
Branford River,271
Brass, 34-35, 72, 73
Breed's Hill, 2i6
Bridgeport, 78, 144
Bridgewater, 88, 332; Post Office, 94
Brintnall, Caleb, 88
Brinton Hill, 115
Bristol, 37, 38
Britannia ware, 34
Brook Farm, i64
Broteet, 6o
Brown Brook, i6q, 178
Brown, John, 17, 207, 304-314
Brown, Owen, 304
Browne, Capt.  Francis, 49
Browne, Samuel, i6o
Browne, William, i6i
Brownstone, 59
Buel, Seth, 174
Buell, Abel, 82
Buena Vista, il2
Buffalo, I32
Bulkley, Abigail, 254
Burgoyne, Gen., 246
Burnap, Daniel, 36
Burr, Aaron, 250
Bush, the Hon.  Frederic, 65
Bushnell, David, 78
Business, 364
Buttons, 34
Camp Jackson, 236-238
Canaan,254
Canandaigua (N.  Y.), 132
Candlewood region, 144-159
Canterbury, 131, 258
Canton, 13, 43
Canton (China), 57
Carrigans, the, 169
Carrigan, Grover Cleveland, 25
Carter family, i87, i8g
Carter, T. W., 311
Catamount Tavern, 228
Catherine, Empress of Russia, 301
Chain stores, 35
Cha         Gerald, 25
Cha=li83; burners, 172
Cheney, Benjamin, 36, 283
Cheney, Mary, i87
Cheronesus, 127
Cheshire, 76
Chicken Hill, 230
Chief Compounce, 22
Chief Two Moons, 46
Childs, Thomas, 59
China, 302, John Ledyard in, 302
Chittenden, ThoS., 246
Christmas Island, 62
Cigar-making, 269
Civil War, The, 56, 77, i67, 2o6
Lyon's part itl, 233-243
Clark, Amini, 84
Clark Cutaway Harrow, 76
Cleaveland, Moses, 131-135
Clermont, The, 287
Cleveland (Ohio), 9, 133-134
Clinton, 13, 23
Clocks, 15, 23; Seth Thomas, 30
Clock-makers, 36 ff
Coal, anthracite, 41
Coe, Israel, 73
Coffeemills, 34, 84
Cogswell, Anna, 256
Cogswell, WM., 256
Coin press, 82
Coit, John, 53
Colchester, 137
Colebrook, 43
Colonization, 6i-64.  See migration
Colorado, 9
colt, "Peacemaker,
Colt's Armory, 81
Columbia, The, 300 combs, ivory, 34, 75
erce, 16, 42, 55, 48-70
Comm
Concord coaches, i65
Confederate States, 235
"Congress' own," 214
Connecticut:
agriculture in, 127 capitol of, see Hartford colonization of Ohio by, 123-135 congressmen from, 18 conservation in, 117
Connecticut Courant, 224
education in, 125, 254
ex loration, 6i-64
Fishin 117, 145, flood control, 26
food, 18-20 log, lo, i96 foreign population
government ot, 126 hunting in, 149-150 importations by, 48-70
See industries            Company, 132
Connecticut Land
land policy of, 138 manufacturing in, 33 -14, 18, 31, migration from, 9-10, 13
,71, III, 124, 125
Missionaries from, 68
navy,205
6;      Nazis in, 23
Ohio settlers from, 134
patents by people of, see Inv-t'Olls Yankee population in, 14 real estate, 18
sale of land to, 134 commerce, agri-
See shipping, trade,
culture, education state of, 20, 134, 249 and Texas, 136-143
towns.  See listing by towns
women in, 253-272
Connecticut Colony, 353
Connecticut River, i2, 282, 296 Conservation, 117
Constitution, the, iio
Continental Army, 23, log, 255, 3i6.
See Am.  Revolution
Continental Congress, 232
Cook, Capt., 298-300
Cooperatives, 194-202
Copenhagen, 302
Cornwall, 44, 228; Cemetery, 68; Foreign Mission School, 68, i8g Cornwall Hills, i83-193
Cotton mills, i84
Counterfeiters, i6q, 315-343
Cove Hill, 12
Cove Pond, 146
Coventry, 221
Cowles, William B., 4R
Cramer, Moll, 273-281-
Crandall, Prudence, 258
Crane & Staples, 324
Crown Point, 14
Cunningham, 226
Custer's Last Fight, 149
Cutler, Manasseh, 126-135
Cutlery, 34, 44, 73
Cyclonic Breeze, 1 i
Dairying, 13, 197-199
Daley & Treat, 76
Dambargo, 6i, 250
Danbury, 32, 144;
beaver hats, 28; Fair, 153; News, 94 Dances (country), 152-153, 171-172 Danforth, Thomas, 35
Dark Entry, i85, 190, 245
Dartmouth College, 296
Davenport, John, 17, 49-51, 194
Davis, Jefferson, 236
Deane Silas, 229
Decatur, Stephen, 70, 2o6
Diamond Match Co., 84
De Forest, John, 270
De Montessus, 12
Derby, i8, 41, 74
Derby Fishing CO., 52
Derby Landing, 52
Diesel engines, 8o
"The Dingle," 174
Doctors, 353
Dogtown, i i 1
Dow, Lorenzo, i6i
Dudley family, i85-186
Dudle , William, 185
Dudleytown, i83-193
Dunn, Father, 194-202
Durham, 136
Durkee, Capt., 2o8
Dutton, Rev., 307
Dwight, Edwin W., 68
Dwight, John S., i64
East Haddam, 12, 222, 351
East Windsor, 36
Eaton, 50
Education, 134, 198, 258, 26o
boy  school, 127; see Music Vale
Electric Boat Co., 8o
Ellsworth, 183
Ellsworth, Oliver, 2go
Elm City, the, See New Haven
Embargoes, 58, 6o
Enfield Rapids, 52
England, tedyard in, 303
Essex, 59
Exploration, 295-304
Factories, 33
Fairman, Simon, 40
Fallen Timbers, battle of, 131
Fanning, Edmund, 62-64
Fanning Island, 62
Farley, James, 336
Farming, 156, 221, 278-79.  See Agriculture
Farmington, 69;
Farmington Canal, 36o; East India Co., 69;
Farmington River, 13, 43
"Father Dunn Country," 194-202
Fayal, 21
Featherstonbaugh, G. W., 36
Feejee Islands, 62
Fenwick, Col., 52
Fiddler's Green, 28i
Fifth Brigade, 132
"Fire Lands," 131, 284
Firth & Hall, 45
Fish and Game Commission, 271
Fishing, i8o-182, 270-271;
shad,222
Fishrod, collapsible steel, to
Fitch, Elizabeth, 257
Fitch, John, 282-295
Fitch, Major Jim, 21
Fitch, Thomas, 2,r7
Flat Rocks Road, i85
Flint, Adam, 115-117
Flood control, 26
Fluteville, 44
Flying Cloud, 23
Foo , 19-20, 155
Forbes, Samuel, 254
Foreigners, i96
Forge Pond, io8
Fort Independence, 133
Fort Riley, 234
Fort Sumter, 236
Fort Trumbull, 70
Fourdrinier papermaker, 73-74
Fowler, Thaddeus, 76
Foxhounds, 150, 172
Frances Ann, The, r8
Franklin, Benjamin, 41, 125, 287
French and Indian War, 208, 2i6, 25-
Fuller, Alfred C., 86
Fuller brushes, 86
Fulton, Robert, 293
Fundamental Orders, the, 15, 24
Furnace Ilillage, iog
Galusha, Beulah, 246
Gamaliel's Den, 317
Garnets, 174
Gaspe, 20
General Assembly, 24, 132, 254, 258
Georgetown, 74
German-American Bund, 23, 24
Cerman immigration, 31
Gilbert, Benjamin, 74
Gilbert Bennett CO., 75
Gildersleeve Ship Yards, 59
Gilman, Marty, 86
Glasgo, 53, 54
Glastonbury, to, 85, 262
Good Hill, 276
Goodspeed's Landing, 222
Goodyear, Charles, 82-83
Goodyear, Nelson, 84
Goshen, 44
Gotham, 115
Government regulation, 364
"Governor's Road," 16o
GranbY,76
Gray, Capt.  L. S., 56
Great Fire, i8
Great Lakes, i3i
Great Shippe, The, 51, If)4
Great Swamp Fight, i6
Greeley, Horace, i87
Green, Capt.  Daniel, 57
Green Mountain Boys, 21, 228, 245
Green Pond Mts., 145
Greenwich; purchase Of, 31; 219
Greenwood Hill, 148
Gregory, John, 333
Greystone, i83
Griswold, Roger, 248
Griswold Sisters, 257
Groton, 19, 295
Guilford, 184
			
Haddam jail, 25							
Haddam Neck, 59							
Hale,	Enoch, 226						
Hale,	Nathan, 70, 221-227						
Hale,	Samuel, 222, 224						
Hale,	Samuel, Jr., 225						
Hall,	Harvey, 307						
Hambletonian, 274							
Hammerton, iog							
Hanks, Horatio, 356							
Hannah, Hugh, 244							
Hanover, 174							
Harland, Thomas, 36							
Harney, W. S., 238							
Harper's Ferry, 312							
Harpooners, 59							
Harrison &- Reynold, 42							
Hartford, 24, 8i, igg, 292;							
Hartford Courant, 145;         the Insur-							
a-nce City, i8;							
Harwinton							
Hats;							
French leghorn, i o; Danbury Beaver,							
28							
Hawaii, 298							
"Hawley Trout," i8o-i82							
Hawleyville, i68							
Hayward, Nathaniel, 83							
Hazardville, 271							
Hebron, 353							
Hempstead, Stephen, 225							
Henry, Patrick, 288							
Hersilia, The, 64							
Higganum, 76							
Hinman, John, 333		
Hitchcock chairs, 31
Hitchcock, Lambert, 45 Holley, L. A., io6, io8
Hollister, Gersham, i88
Holmes, Israel, i i
Holmes, Joseph Warren, ig
Holmes Shipbuilding Co., 85
Hooker, The Rev.  Thomas, 15
Hoopskirts, 82
Hopkins, Asa, 44-45
Horses, 109, 273-278, 321-322 Hotchkiss, Andrew, 77
Hotchkiss School, ioG
Hotchkiss shells, 77
Hotchkiss & Sons, 77
Housatonic, 26
Housatonic River, 22, 52, 144, 230 Houston, Sam, 141, 143
Howard, John, 365
Howe, Thos.  Ireland, 74
Hudson k Godwin, 269
Hudson Highlands, 2i8
Hull, Chester, 178-179
Hull, Capt.  William, 224
Hunting, 114, 149-150, 172
Huntington (Ky.), 129
Huntington, Collis P., 31, 39
Huntley, Lydia, 258
Illinois, 4o, 127
Indians, i6, 22, 50, 123-124;
in Ohio, 132-133, 208
"Indian wickerby," 46
Indian, wooden, i6
Industries: Bell making, 38; clocks,
23; dairying, 13; iron, io6-iig; sawmills, 157; silk, i8; tacks, 39 Industry, 43, 45, 73-74, 183.  See inventions
Ingraham family, 38
Insurance,i8
Inventions, 10, 40, 71-87, 26i.  See also
John Fitch
Investment trusts, 360
Ipswich Manor, i3O
Iron, 2.54
iron-mining, io6-iig
Ives, Joseph, 38
Jackson, Andrew, 21
Jackson, Claibonne, 235
Jackson, Thomas J., 214
Jackson, William, i87 angling Plains,
Jarvis Island, 62 170 efferson, Thomas, i2g
@eminakins, 266
Jenkins, Ebenezer, 43, 82 [ewett Manufacturing CO., 73 John Brown's Body," 207 ones, John Paul, 62 ones, Zechariah, i86 jordon, Seth, 355
Journal of Music,   i64
Kansas, 18, 234, 304-314
Kansas-rifles, 310
Kellogg, Mrs. Waldo, 271
Kendrick, Capt.  John, 300
Kentucky, 250-252
"Kettle," The, iO7
Keyes, Anna, 210
Kies, Mary, 270
Kilbourne, Jonathan, 87
Knowlton's Rangers, 70, 214, 224, 231
Knowlton, Thomas, 207-214, 226
Knowlton, William, 208
Knox, General, iio
Krag carbine, 23
Lafayette, i to
Lake Erie, 131
Lake, Simon, 8o
Lakeville, io6, log
Lamb, Thomas, io8
Lamberton, Capt.  George, 50 Land, 129;
in Texas, 141
Law, Jonathan, 356
Lead mines, 137
Lebanon, log, 219
Ledyard, John, 295-304
Ledyard, Col.  William, 299 Lee, Thomas, 125
Legend, I 1 7 -1 i 8
Lexington, battle Of, 212, 21,-
Liberty Hill Cemetery, 56
Lightning rods, 43
Lime R6ck, io6, io8
Limonite, io8
Lincoln City, io6
Litchfield, 2o, i68, 228, 244
Litchfield-China Co., The, 58, i68
Litchfield County, 26, 332
Little York, 174
"Littlest Store," 147-159
Livingston, Robert, 293
Long Island, battle of, 223
"Long Nines," 269
Long Wharf, 53, 69
Loomis, Mrs. Esther, 263
Louisiana Advertiser, 139
Lumber, i83
Lyman, W- W-, 76
Lyon County, Ky., 251
Lyon, Matthew, 244-252
Lyon, Nathaniel, 233-243
MacClellan, The, 55
Macnete, 43
Machimoodus, 12, i8.3
Madison, Dolly, io, i'70
Mail order business, 88ff
Manhattan financiers, i8
Mansfield, 356
Mansfield Domestic Silk Gro
Manual, 357
Manufacturing, 33, 45, 351.  See
dustry
Map, of the Northwest, -ql
Margaret, The, 56
Marietta (Ohio), 129, 132
Marlboro, 86
Mason, Capt. lohn, i6
Mason, Dr-.  Lowell, i64
Massachusetts-Kansas expedition, 31
Mast Swamp, 69, 245
Mat@hes, 84
Maxim, Hiram Percy, 86
Medicines, 46, 126
Merchandising, 29, 49, 88ff
Meriden, 35, 44, 76
Mexico, 139
Mexican War, 82, 233
Michigana, 127
Middle Haddam, 59
Migration.  See Connecticut
Milford, 79
Millington Green, 183
Mi Is,10-     330
mi 18, LY.P@'.: 331
mi IC Hill, 20, 173
Mi ter's Tavern, 222
Minute Men, The, 229, 254
Missionaries, 68
Missouri, 137-138, 233-243
Mizzentop, 146
Mohawk Valley, 126
Monohan, John, i i i
 Montauk Point, 53
 Montgomery, Richard, 232
 Montreal, battle of, 232
 Montresor, John, 226
 Moodus, i2
 Moodus noises, 353
 Moosehorn Brook, 317                                                                                              
 Morgan ,Capt. Ebenezer (Rattler), 55,
 Morgan horse, 109, 273                                                                                               
 Mortlake Manor, 21-22                                                                                              
 Moss Wood, 2o6                                                                                            
 Mt. Riga, io6-iig                                                                                              
 Mount Washington, 127                                             
 "Mousetrap Headquarters," 72
 Mifflin, Thomas, 2go
 Mulberry Corners,-172
 Muldoon, Father Michael, 140
 Munitions.  See arms
 Munson, Chuck, 150-1.59
 Music, i6o-167, 201, 262
 Musical instruments, 45
 Music Vale'i6o-i67, 2o6;
 Music Vale Seminary, 163-i67
 Muskinguum, i2g
 Mystic Harbor, 53
 Naugatuck, 11, 72
 Naugatuck Valley, 34
 Nazi camp, 23
 Negroes, 68, 258;
 negro elections, 17
 Neptune, The, 56
 New Bedford, 5.5
 New Britain, 35
 "New Connecticut," 123.  See West-
  moreland; yermont; 1733, 207
 New Fairfield, 146;
 Gun Club, 153
 New Hampshire, 125, 219
 New Haven, 51, 56
 New Haven Colony, 17, 50, i86, 364,
 Green, 13; -Kansas Expedition, 17,
   3o6; Mint, 82; Posf Office, 94;
 shipping, 53-54, 59
 New London, 23, 49, 52, 54, 59, 69,
 i62, 222, 335; Coast Guard Acad-
 emy, 69; Gazette, 54; harbor, 2o6;
 Ship and Engine Co., 8o
 New Milford, 93;
 Fair, 157
 New Preston, 256
New York, 125;
Great fire, i8
New Yorkers, 18, 151-152, 192, 22&, 363
Newgate prison, 337-338
Neversink, the, 146
Noank,59
Northern Farmer, i66
North, Simeon, 8o
Northwest Ordinance, i28-129
Northwest Territory, 123-135
Norwalk, 225, 317
Norwich, 19, 258
Nutmeg State, 15
Obookiah, Henry, 68
Ohio, 9, i8, 123-135;
Company, 125, 128; Purchase, 129;
River, 131
Old Lyme, 26, 257
Old Mystic, i6
Opera.  See Music Vale
Ordinance of 87.  See Northwest
Ore Hill, 106, 115
Ostranders, 112
Owlsbury, ii8, igo
Ozarks, the, 28, 36
Packersville, 183
Palmer, Capt.  Nathaniel B., 64
Palmer, Nathan, 2i8
Palmyra Islands, 62
Panic of i8ig, 139
Paper-making, 73-74, 247
"Paradise," 172
Paradise, i68-i82, 363
Parimaribo, 9
Parmalee, 27
Parsons, Samuel, 229
Patagonia, 13
Patents, 10, 291-292
Pattison, William and Edward, 33
Peabody, Prof., 127
Peace of 1763, 19
Pedlars, 147, 269;
Protective Ass'n, 335; See Yankee
Pelcisipia 127
Pennsylv;nia, i25;
Bill Stuart in, 320
"Penn-Yan," 267-268
Pequot fort, i6
Perseverance, The, 291
Phelps, Oliver, 132
helps & Stafford, 73
ianos, mechanical, to
ins, to
,ioneer, The, 55
,istols, 8i
'IOWS, 43, 76
:Iymouth Hollow, 37
olypotamia, 127
)omfret, 21, 215
omperaug River, 171, 273
orter, Ebenezer, i86
sorter, Joshua, iio
"orter, Thomas, j86
:,ortland, 59
Portsmouth (N.  H.), 222
Power companies, 26, 144, 157
Pratt, Phineas, 75
Pratt & Whitney, 23-24, 85
Premiums, 89
Prentiss, Gen., 24o
Prospect, 2o6
Providence Plantations, 17
Provision State, the, 205
"Provisional Constitution," 312
Publicover, Tom, 345-350
Puffingham, 245
Purchase, the, 24
Putnam, Israel, 211-220
Putnam, Gen.  Rufus, 130
Quaker Hill, i46
Quinnipiac River, 51
"Raggies," The, io6-iig
Rance, Stephen, 315
Real estate, i8, 36o-363
Realtors, 360-5t65t
Redding, State Reservation, 219
Redfield, William, it
Reid, Capt.  Samuel Chester, 2i
Ridgefield, 337
Riga Forge,245
Rising Sun, The, 54
Riverton, 45
Roberts, Gideon, 37
Rocky Hill, 35
Rocky River, 145
Roger Sherman Almanacs, 9A,
Roosevelt, Franklin D., 64
Root, George F., 164
Royal Limb, The, 53
Roxbury, 14, 20,94								
Roxbury Falls, 173								
Rumsey, James, 292								
Rural Homestead, 159								
Russia, John Ledyard in, 301-302								
Sabin, John, 22								
St. Clair, Gen., 130, 131, 246								
St. Louis (MO.), 243; arsenal, 236								
Salem (Conn.), 160-167								
Salem (Mass.),     215								
Salisbury, 2 i, 69, 106, 245.  See Raggies;								
Brinton Hill, 115; furnaces, 42, 54;							
iron,	20	2ig;	Town	Farm,	115			
Salmon, 117								
Sandwich'Islands, 67								
Sanford, Thomas, 84								
Saratoga, 127								
Sargent, Major Winthrop, igg							
Satan's Kingdon, i83								
Sawmills, 157-i58								
Saybrook,52,i6i,i84								
Schools.  See Education, Conn.								
Schuyler, The, 225								
Schuyler, Gen.  Philip, 231								
Scioto Land Company, i3o							
Scitico Wallop, 271								
"Scourge of Democracy," 247								
Scovill Company (D.& H.), 76, 366								
Scaling, 56-57, 64								
Secession, 235								
Sedgewick, Gen., 2o6								
Sedition Act, 248								
Sessions family, 38								
Seymour, 45, 84	
Seymour, 45, 84						
Shakers of Enfield,      76						
Sharon, 42, 72						
Sharparoon, ii2						
Sharpes rifles, 17, 81, 3o8						
Sheffield, Capt.  James P., 64						
Sheldon's Horse, tog						
Shelton, 39						
Shenandoah, The, 56						
Shepaug Railroad, i68						
Shepaug River, i68, 315						
Shepaug River Trout, i82						
Sherman, 146, 148						
Sherman, Roger, 93, 217						
Ship	Fellowship Co., The, 51					
Shipbuilders, 54, 59, 69						
Shipbuilding.  See John Fitch						
Shipping, 48;						
in the Ohio River, 285						
						
Shipyards, 24, 52-53						
Shoebuckles, 35						
Shuckburgh, Dr., 257						
Siberia, 9, 298						
Sieve-making, 74						
Sigel, Col., 240						
Sigourney, Charles, 259						
Sigourney, Lydia, 259						
Silica mines, 173, 176						
Silk,	i8;					
growing, 356-36o						
Simmons, Amelia, 269						
Skipjack, The, 8o						
Skippers, i6, 48-70													
Slavery, 128, 142, 234, 259, 262, 304						
Smith, Abijah, 41						
Smith, Gerrit, 3o5						
Smith, Hannah, 26o						
Smith, Venture, 59						
Smith, Zephaniah, and family, 259					
262						
Social work, ii6						
South Britain, 27						
South Killingby, 270						
Southbury, 23, 315						
Speed, George, 114						
Speedwell, The, 49						
Spencer, C. M., 8i						
Spoons, 43						
Spoonville, 43						
Squantz Pond, 146						
Stafford Springs, 40						
Stamford, 35						
Standard inch, 24						
Standard measuring machine, 85						
States' Rights, 237						
Steamboats, 286-295						
Steel-making, io6						
Steele, Dr., i2						
Stonington, 53, 55, 62						
Stoves, Burnham, 42						
Stowe, Harriet Beecher, 17, 259						
"Straight Heat Moll," 275						
Stuart, Bad Bill, 172						
Straw hats, 270						
Submarine, 78						
Sucker Brook, 27						
Sundown Corner,           179						
Surdam family, i i 2						
Surdam, Pete, 114						
Slyvania, 127						
Swift, Herman, i88						
Swindles, 344-363		
Taconic Lakes, io6								
Talcott Range, 154								
Talcott Twins, 153								
Tanner, William, i86, i88							
Tanning, 74								
Tariffs, 50, 58								
Taxes, i 6, i i o								
Telephone exchange (first), to							
Terry, Eli, 37								
Terry, Eliphalet, i8								
Texas, 9, 18, 138-143;								
	population of, 141-142							
Tharnes River (Conn.), 55								
Thomas, Seth, 30, 38								
Thompson, Charles B., 88-105								
"Tick-on-the-wall," 37								
Ticonderoga, 14								
Tinware, 34, 72, 74								
Tioga (Pa.), 267								
Tobacco growing, 94								
Tolland County, i96								
Tolman, Pete, 114								
Tontine Hotel, 41								
Tools, 43;								
precision, to								
Tophet, i6g								
Torrington, 73, 304, 314								
Totten's Battery, 240								
"Town M," io6								
Townsend, Capt., Ebenezer, 57-58								
Trade, 125.  See Commerce								
Traders, 42								
Trade routes, 63								
Trading, 300								
Transportation, 284								
Trans-Siberian Railway, 13								
Transylvania Academy, 139								
Trumbull, The, 300								
Trumbull, John, 2ig								
Trumbull, Jonathan,        tog								
Tryall, The, 52								
Tyron, Gov., 2i8								
Tullar, Capt.  T., 342								
Tunney, Gene, 273								
Turbines, 24								
'I'urner, Capt.  Nathan, 50								
Twin	Lakes, 117							
Uncle Tom's Cabin, 259								
Underground railroad, 312								
United States Army, 8i								
United States Congress, 63-64, 127,								
128	131	247						
United States Naval Atlantic Sub							
marine Base, 70								
United States Navy, 21, 79, 109								
United States Patent Office, 10, 71, 73								
United States Senate, i8								
Union, The.  See Civil War								
Vermont, 18, 20, 125, i86, 227, 232;							
and Matt Lyon, 247-248								
women and, 262; in Conn., 17							
Voting;								
Voyages to the South Seas, 63								
Wabbaquasset Country, 2i								
Wagner, Richard, i65								
Wa lingford (Vt-), 245								
Walpole Company, 125								
War of i 8 i 2, 2 i, 58, 205, 251, 364								
War of Jenkins Ear, 211								
Waramaug's Lodge, 22								
Ward,	Montgomery, go							
Warehouse Pt., 52								
Warming pans, 48								
Warner, Seth, 14, 21, 230								
Warrenville, 197								
Warwick Patent, 123, 124								
Washington, 127								
Washington, George, 214, 2i8, 224								
Washington     Heights, 22i								
Washington, Lawrence, 125								
Waterbury, 11, 35								
Watertown, 194, 270								
Wayne, Anthony, 131								
Weaver family, i i 2								
Welles, Gurdon, 270								
Wells Woods, i 83								
Western Reserve.  See Northwest Ter							
ritory								
Westmoreland, 126, 255								
Westmoreland Township, 123, 124								
West	Point, 233							
Wethersfield		
52	76	256	342;					
Cove,	44;	Massacre, i6						
Wequetequock River, 62								
Whaling, 54								
Wheelock, Eleazar, 296								
White, Capt., 48-49								
White Plains, 219								
Whiting, Mr., 53								
Whittlesey, Oramel, i62-i67								
Whittlesey, Rev.  John, i6i-i62								
Whitney, Eli, 11, 76, 8o	
Wilkinson, lemima, 266-267						
Willard, Emma Hart, 259-260						
Willard School, 259-260						
Williams, L.	B., 85					
Williams, Roger, 17						
Wilton, 316						
Winchester Repeating Arms Co., 8o						
Windham, 74;						
Band, 336; County, 217; 357;						
power mills,	2ig					
Windsor, 132,	**					
Winsted, 27						
Winthrop, John, 52, i6o						
Wire-drawing,	i i					
Witchcraft, 256						
Witches, 17						
Witch of %VoodbUry, 273-28i						
Wochocastigook Brook, 107, 114						
Wolcott, Oliver, 255						
Women, 253-272;							
women's rights, 262							
Woodbridge, 84							
Woodbury, 58, 230, 273							
Wooster, David, 229							
Work,	Henry Clay, 207						
Works Progress Administration, 27							
Wright, Asher, 221, 225							
Wyoming Massacre, 125							
Yale	College, 37, 68, 126, 131, 222, 310						
Yale,	Linus, 85						
Yale	locks, 85						
Yankee Doodle, 257							
"Yankee notions," 31, 35							
Yankee Pedlar, 7, 15, 23, 29ff, 72							
Yankees, 14   .							
Yazoo question, 250							
zephyr, The, 48, 66							

  



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