Knife Factories and Englishmen: the Impact of the Branch Brook Sewer On Nineteenth Century Historic Resources
Author(s): Russell G. Handsman
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Knife Factories and Englishmen: the Impact of the Branch Brook Sewer On Nineteenth Century Historic Resources. Russell G. Handsman. 1978 ( tDAR id: 139110)
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Site Evaluation / Testing
min long: -73.518; min lat: 41.467 ; max long: -72.887; max lat: 42.051 ;
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Sponsor(s): Town of Thomaston, CT.
Prepared By(s): American Indian Archaeological Institute, Washington, CT
NADB document id number(s): 39
NADB citation id number(s): 000000078506
General Note: Sent from: American Indian Archaeological Institute, Washington, CT
General Note: Submitted to: Town of Thomaston, CT.