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Bristol, Connecticut, in The Olden Time New Cambridge, which Includes Forestville

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Date: [unknown] to 1907
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Bristol, Connecticut, in The Olden Time New Cambridge, which Includes Forestville

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Table of Contents

  • Indians of Bristol and vicinity
  • "Compound" A Tunxis Chieftan
  • Bristol in 1721
  • Bristol
  • Abigail Peck, "The Bear Girl"
  • Katherine Gaylord, Heroine
  • West Street, 1907
  • Prehistoric Remains
  • A supplemental note by the editor
  • The Story of Fall Mountain
  • Moses Dunbar, Loyalist
  • The Tory Den
  • The Leather Man
  • The Pequabuck River
  • History of First Congregational Church
  • The founders and their homes
  • The Baptist Church
  • Rambles among the Bristol birds
  • History of School District No. 9
  • Diatoms of Bristol
  • Prospect Methodist Episcopal Church
  • That Strange Yankee Game, Wicket
  • Trinity Church
  • Notes about the First Episcopal Church. The burning of the First Episcopal Church and some items of early history
  • Old Episcopal Cemetery
  • Brightwood Hall
  • Bristols early industries
  • The Bristol press
  • The Yankee clock industry
  • Company D, First Infantry, C. N. G.
  • St. Josephs Church
  • Reminisences of Youthful Pastimes
  • German Evangelic Lutheran Zion Church
  • The Swedish Congregational Church
  • The Swedish Lutheran Lebanon Congregational Church
  • Swanstons Orchestra
  • Natural history photography
  • Present industries of Bristol
  • The West Hill Club and the Brick Hotel
  • The Bristol Gun Club
  • Copper mines in Bristol
  • History of the Advent Christian Church
  • Genealogical section
  • Auto tragedy
  • Mrs. Catherine Roberts Root
  • Charles J. Root
  • Miss Candace Roberts
  • The schools of Bristol
  • School District No. 10
  • The North Side School District, No. 2
  • The Mount Hope Chapel
  • The Bradleyites
  • Forestville
  • Sporting Bristol
  • Fraternal Bristol
  • Bristol Fire Department
  • Uncas Fire Company
  • Welch Steam Fire Engine and Hose Co. No. I. (Of Forestville.)
  • Gilbert W. Thompson Post No. 13, G. A. R.
  • Womans Relief Corps
  • Bristol Trust Company
  • Bristols New Free Public Library
  • John Humphrey Session & Son
  • H. J. Mills
  • Borough of Bristol
  • Welcome Trolley
  • Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Bethesda Church at Forestville, Conn.
  • Bristol homes
  • Forestville homes
  • Index

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