This volume of local history contains anecdotal accounts of the events in towns and villages in the area where today the States of Connecticut, New York, and Massachusetts join, at the time of America's fight for Independence. The collection was compiled by Edward Fales, Jr. for The Lakeville Journal as a Bicentennial project in 1976, and was originally published on newsprint. This revised edition, edited by Kathryn Boughton, has been printed on acid-free paper to become a permanent addition to local history reference collections.
The new edition was published by Tri-Corners History Council, an informal coordinating committee of local historical societies and volunteers in the towns of Ashley Falls, Canaan, Cornwall, Falls Village, Millerton, Salisbury, Sharon, and Sheffield.
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Book Description The Salisbury Association, Inc., 1997. Revised Edition. Fine; Softcover; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; About Fine book, crisp, tight, unmarked. Revolutionary War history of the tri-state region of Connecticut, New York, and Massachusetts including the towns of Sheffield, Salisbury, Millerton, Canaan, Sharon, Falls Village, Cornwall, Ashley Falls, and several other towns. Bookseller Inventory # 27485
Book Description Salisbury, CT, TriCorners History Council, 1997. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 8vo trade paperback, 121p., 1997 revised edition of the 1976 ed. Anecdotal accounts of the events in towns and villages where Connecticut, New York and Massachusetts join at the time of America's fight for independence. Owner's name on front end paper. Last 31 pages have a very thin damp stain along the top half of fore-edge - not affecting text. The book is otherwise near fine, in fine wraps. Bookseller Inventory # 101904