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The gilded city of Hartford triumphantly returns in this volume, Victorian Hartford Revisited, a compilation of many never before published images of Victorian splendor and incredible architecture. The social, economic, cultural, and architectural center of the state went through unparalleled growth after the Civil War. Demand for new technology made Hartford not only the political capital but the epicenter of the Industrial Revolution in the region. Tremendous wealth accumulated and materialized in the form of extensive estates, historic parks, magnificent schools, churches, public buildings, grand hotels, and a multitude of immigrant housing. This once Colonial port city along the Connecticut River rose to epitomize America's Victorian age, and it is captured within these impressive pages.
About the Author
Tomas J. Nenortas, an avid collector and ardent proponent of historic preservation, has made a commitment to the revitalization of the city and the preservation of its unique neighborhoods. He is affiliated with the Hartford Preservation Alliance as well as the IshamTerry House and the ButlerMcCook House and Garden, both properties of Connecticut Landmarks.