Hartford, Vermont (Images of America Series)

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Of the five Upper Connecticut River valley towns chartered by the royal governor of New Hampshire on July 4, 1761, the town of Hartford became the most diverse and pivotal within the region. Located at the intersection of the Connecticut and White River valleys, by the early 19th century Hartford played an important role in the development of river travel, as well as the turnpikes and stage lines crossing northern New England. By mid-century, White River Junction, one of Hartford's many diverse villages, was the...
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Of the five Upper Connecticut River valley towns chartered by the royal governor of New Hampshire on July 4, 1761, the town of Hartford became the most diverse and pivotal within the region. Located at the intersection of the Connecticut and White River valleys, by the early 19th century Hartford played an important role in the development of river travel, as well as the turnpikes and stage lines crossing northern New England. By mid-century, White River Junction, one of Hartford's many diverse villages, was the region's most important railroad center. Within other areas of Hartford, abundant waterpower allowed for substantial development of manufacturing at Quechee, Dewey's Mills, Hartford Village, and Wilder. Like other towns in the Connecticut River valley, agriculture flourished in the town's rural areas. By the mid-20th century, two of the Northeast's most important new interstate highways crossed within Hartford's borders.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780738563664
  • Publisher: Arcadia Publishing SC
  • Publication date: 4/29/2009
  • Series: Images of America Series
  • Pages: 128
  • Sales rank: 1,456,531
  • Product dimensions: 6.40 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author


Frank J. Barrett Jr. is a lifelong resident of the Upper Connecticut River valley region and longtime area historian. Utilizing vintage historic photographs from his own collection, the Hartford Historical Society, Dartmouth College Special Collections, the Vermont Historical Society, and others, he examines the rich and diverse history of this very unique community.
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments 6

Introduction 7

1 Settlement and Hartford Village 9

2 Quechee Village, Dewey's Mills, and the Woodstock Railway 33

3 White River Junction and Railroads 57

4 West Hartford and the White River Valley 81

5 Olcott, Wilder, and the Connecticut River 107

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