Location: Hartford, Windsor, Vermont, United States
Other: Vermont Sources
History of Hartford, Vermont
July 4, 1761-April 4, 1889. The first town on the New Hampshire grants chartered after the close of the French war.
- by William Howard Tucker (1826-1895)
- published by The Free Press Association, Burlington, Vermont, 1889
- 488 pages
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Table of Contents
- Chapter I. Origin of the town...
- Chapter II. Physical geography of the town
- Chapter III. Measures to promote an early settlement of the town
- Chapter IV. Organization of the town
- Chapter V. Certificate by the proprietors committee
- Chapter VI. Political and military affairs--1775-76
- Chapter VII. Hartford during the revolution
- Chapter VIII. Customs of the olden time
- Chapter IX. Manufactories and mills
- Chapter X. Highways, turnpikes, etc.
- Chapter XI. Railroads
- Chapter XII. Post-roads and post-offices
- Chapter XIII. Population
- Chapter XIV. Necrology
- Chapter XV. Ecclesiastical
- Chapter XVI. Second congregational society
- Chapter XVII. Presbyterian church in Dothan
- Chapter XVIII. Roman Catholic church
- Chapter XIX. Education
- Chapter XX. Politics and political parties
- Chapter XXI. Taxes
- Chapter XXII. The towns poor and their support
- Chapter XXIII. The War of 1812
- Chapter XXIV. Incidents of the early history of Hartford
- Chapter XXV. Biography
- Chapter XXVI. Biographical sketches of the alumni of Dartmouth College
- Chapter XXVII. Genealogies
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- <span id='Tucker'></span>Tucker, William Howard. ''[[Space:History of Hartford, Vermont|History of Hartford, Vermont]]'' (Free Press Association, Burlington, Vermont, 1889) [ Page ].