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Download e-book for iPad: Post Roads & Iron Horses: Transportation in Connecticut from by Richard DeLuca

By Richard DeLuca

ISBN-10: 0819568562

ISBN-13: 9780819568564

The attention-grabbing background of turnpikes, steamboats, canals, railroads, and trolleys in Connecticut

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