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Excerpt from Farmington Two Hundred Years Ago: A Paper Read at a Meeting of the Colonial Dames of Connecticut at the Home of Miss. Theodate Pope, May Twenty-Ninth, Nineteen Hundred and Six
Madame President and members of the Society of Colonial Dames: The first formal visit of your society to this old colonial village seems to demand not only words of hearty welcome but some introduction to the town as it was in colonial days. I will not weary you with any formal history, but, during the short time available, will try to give you a few passing glimpses of Farmington as it was on the 29th day of May, 1706.
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bound: 20 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (March 23, 2017)
isbn: 1332938124, 978-1332938124,
weight: 1.6 ounces (