Summer 2010 VOLUME 8 / NUMBER 3
Awakening in Forestville
A photo essay about a place for spiritual and intellectual revival.
By Arthur K. Pope
The Good Works of the Civilian Conservation Corps
Our state’s parks transformed in the Great Depression.
By Marty Podskoch
City, Country, Town: Connecticut Landmarks
A look at the history of the land beneath three historic sites.
By Rochelle Simon, Sally Ryan, Barbara Lipsche, and Kristin Havill
Connecticut’s Mulberry Craze
In pursuit of silk thread, we went crazy for mulberry trees.
By Bob Wyss
|pg 36 The Industrial Might of Connecticut Pegmatite
Mining for grit and sparkle.
By John A. Pawloski, Sr.
Hog River Journal: History Can Lead to Land Preservation
Awakening in Forestville. Plainville’s Methodist campground. By Arthur K. Pope
|pg 18||The Good Works of the Civilian Conservation Corps. By Marty Podskoch|
|pg 24||City, Country, Town: Connecticut Landmarks. By Rochelle Simon, Sally Ryan, Barbara Lipsche, and Kristin Havill|
|pg 30||Connecticut’s Mulberry Craze. By Bob Wyss|
|pg 36||The Industrial Might of Connecticut Pegmatite. By John A. Pawloski, Sr.|
|Re: Collections: Preserving Hartford’s Public Parks History. By Jordyn Sims|
|pg 43||Destination: Eli Whitney Barn. By Todd Levine|
|pg 44||Site Lines: Two if By Sea, The New London Harbor and Stonington lighthouses. By Elizabeth J. Normen|
|pg 46||Shoebox Archives: My Summers at Camp Courant. By Chief Charles A. Teale, Sr.|
|pg 47||Spotlight: Events & News from Partner Organizations|