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Thomaston, a gateway to the Litchfield Hills and the Berkshires, is situated in the picturesque Naugauck River Valley. This town of Victorian charm grew as local industry developed. Today, it includes a population representing many occupations and nationalities and a mixture of urban and suburban culture. Thomaston reveals the history of this town and its people, including a nineteenth-century priest who is a candidate for sainthood in the Roman Catholic Church, the grandfather of a Nobel Prize-winning author, and a hero who was awarded the Medal of Honor for valor at Pearl Harbor. The first part of the book is designed as a guide for a walking tour of the downtown area.
Publisher: Portsmouth, N.H. : Arcadia Pub., [2004]
Copyright Date: ©2003
ISBN: 9780738513348
Branch Call Number: 974.61 W288
Characteristics: 128 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 24 cm.


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