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A

Abolition,

“Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,”

Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 3

“A Pilgrimage to Farmington,” February 2000, 7

Academy building, “Restless Houses of Farmington,” September 2000, 3

Adams, Samuel,

“Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 6

“Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach MD, September 2000, 7

Adgate, Sarah, village pharmacist, “Early Farmington Enterprises,” Jean Johnson, February

2000, 4-5

African-American history,

#70 Garden Street, “Farmington’s Historic District Grows,” Charles Leach, March 2004, 3

“Amistad Returns: Summer Activities Planned,” June 2001, 4

“Amistad Tours Continue,” December 2001, 4-5

“Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,”

Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 3-5

Black Governors, “Farmington’s Black Governor: FHS Program, September 25,” September

2002, 1

“Black Governors Exhibit at Society Headquarters,” March 2004, 4

“Black History Exhibit Continues Travels,” Charles Leach, MD, June 1999, 4

Black History Makers Reception, March 1998, 1

“’Black & White in a YankeeTown’ Wins Statewide Award,” January 1999, 1-2

“’Black and White’ Project Nears Completion,” December 1997, 3

“By Seeming Cruel Fate,” slavery in New England, “An Amistad Summer,” September 2000, 2

“Discovering Your Town’s African American History,” Charles Leach, MD, March 1998, 3

“Farmington’s Black Governor,” November 2002, 7

“Farmington’s Black Governor: FHS Program, September 25,” September 2002, 1

“Farmington: A Mecca for Amistad Pilgrims,” January 1999, 4

“FHS to Welcome Visitors from Throughout the Nation:

The Amistad and Underground Railroad sites in Farmington continue to attract visitors,” June

1999, 4-5

“FHS Honored by Rogers African American Cultural Center;

Mende Descendants Return,” May 1998, 2-3

FHS Rewrites Civil War History, African Americans who served, Charles

Leach, MD, March 1998, 4

Foone’s grave, “Pilgrimage to Farmington,” February 2000, 7

Lewis, Richard “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 4

Little Shem, grave, “Memento Mori: Preservation Efforts Underway,” December 2001, 6

National Association of Black Journalists, “FHS to Welcome Visitors from Throughout the

Nation: The Amistad and Underground Railroad sites in Farmington continue to attract

visitors,” June 1999, 4-5

Newell, Glenda, “Remembering the Sixties and Seventies and the Impact of Vietnam at

Miss Porter’s School,” October 2005, 5

“Pilgrimage to Farmington,” February 2000, 7

“Posters on Display at FortDevens,” February 2002, 3

Prince, Hannah, “A New Home,” May 1998, 1

“Sierra Leone: In Farmington Again,” October 2005, 1-2

Sierra Leone visit, Amistad Committee, Peg Yung, “Ties That Bind: Farmington and Sierra

Leone,” April 2002, 1

“Speaking for Ourselves: African American Life in Farmington, CT,”

“An Amistad Summer,” September 2000, 4

Barbara Donahue, “As Long As a Meadow Fence,” June 2002, 3

“Black History Exhibit Continues Travels,” Charles Leach, MD, June 1999, 4

“’Black & White in a YankeeTown’ Wins Statewide Award,” January 1999, 1-2

“Speaking for Ourselves” poster exhibit, depicting history of African-Americans in Farmington,

“Posters on Display at FortDevens,” February 2002, 3

Underground Railroad, “Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,”

Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 4

Visit by Florence Dillsworth, mayor of Freetown, Sierra Leone, “Message from the President,”

February 2000, 2

Ahamo, Indian Papers, “Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach MD, September 2000, 6

Alderman, Cliff, “Gifts for the Society,” February 2000, 3

Algonquian language, “Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” Charles Leach, MD,

December 2000, 4

American Elms, “Disease-Resistant American Elms,” April 2001, 7

“American Scene, The,” James, Henry, Message From the President,” Peter Bartucca, April

2001, 1

AmericanSchool for the Deaf, Mendi, “Gifts to the Society,” September 2000, 2

Amistad,

“Amistad in Farmington,” Ann Arcari, March 1998, 3

“Amistad, A Novel,” Pesci, David, “Farmington and the Amistad,” December 1997, 2

“Amistad Returns: Summer Activities Planned,” June 2001, 4

“Amistad Summer, An,” September 2000, 4

“Amistad Tours Continue,” December 2001, 4-5

“Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,”

Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 3

“Amistad Descendant Visits Farmington,” September 1998, 3

Amistad Tour, Calendar of Coming Events, September 1998, 3

“Farmington: A Mecca for Amistad Pilgrims,” January 1999, 4

“Farmington and the Amistad,” December 1997, 1-2

“FHS Honored by Rogers African American Cultural Center;

Mende Descendants Return,” May 1998, 2-3

Myers, Walter Dean, Myers, Walter Dean, “Amistad, A Long Road to Freedom,” March

1998, 3

“News of the Amistad,” April 2000, 3

Remarkable year for Society, March 1998, 1

“Quilters Needed,” February 2000, 3

“Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Maggie Powell, October 2001, 5

Amistad Committee,

“Freedom Trail Month in Farmington,” September 2003, 1

“Ties That Bind: Farmington and Sierra Leone,” April 2002, 1

Amistad Quilt,

“An Amistad Summer,” September 2000, 4

“Quilters Needed,” February 2000, 3

“Amistad Story, The” “Ties That Bind: Farmington and Sierra Leone,” April 2002, 2

“Amistad Story in Farmington,” “Historical Society Fall Programs,” September 2000, 1

Ancient Burying Ground, “Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 4

Andrus, Frederick, “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 2

Antiques Appraisal Fair, “Message from the President,” February 2000, 2

Apricots restaurant, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Arcari, Ann,

“Amistad in Farmington,” March 1998, 3

“Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 1-4

“Memento Mori: Preservation Efforts Underway,” December 2001, Charles

Leach, MD, 6

“A New Home,” May 1998, 1

“The Pest House,” March 1998, 2

Arcari, Ralph, “Eli Todd, 1769-1833,” June 2001, 4-5

Ashford’s Charley Brown, “Grave Concerns,” Charles Leach, MD, February 2002, 5

“As Long As a Meadow Fence,” Barbara Donahue, June 2002, 3-5

Attagus, the healer, “Notable Citizens from the Past: Doctor Timothy Hosmer, 1745,” Charles

Leach, MD, April 2001, 2

Auchincloss, Annie Burr, “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Maggie Powell, 4-5

 

 

B

 

Baptiste, Jean, “Jean Baptiste, Compte de Rochambeau,” George Mason, September 2004, 3-5

Barnes, Thomas, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Barney, Austin Dunham,

“FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,”

April 2005, 6

“Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October 2001, 2

Barney, Danford Newton Jr., “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December

2001, 1

Barney, Danford Newton III, “Message from the President,” March 2004, 1, 2

Barney, Dunham, “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Maggie Powell, October 2001, 4

Barney House, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 6

Barney, Laura Dunham, “Message from the President,” March 2004, 1

Barney, Newton, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 6

Barney, Newton Jr., “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 3

Barney Pasture, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 6

Barney, Sarah Brandegee, “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December

2001, 1, 3

Bartucca, Peter,

“From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,”

April 2002, 6-7

“Message From the President,” Peter Bartucca, April 2001, 1

“Cemetery Stones Discovered,” October 2001, 5

Bassett, Marion Mrs., “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October 2001, 3

Bat Carver, “Grave Concerns,” Charles Leach, MD, February 2002, 5

Belantoni, Nicholas, “Cemetery Stones Discovered,” October 2001, 5

Bernard, Ron,

”The President’s Message,” September 1998, 1

”Message From the President,” Gridley-Case cottages, January 1999, 1

”Message From the President,” Peter Bartucca, September 2000, 1

“The Old Stone Schoolhouse,” December 2000, 2

Bickford, Christopher, “Message from the President,” Peter Bartucca, December 2004, 1

Bidwell, Isaac, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 6

Bird, Joseph, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 5

Black Governors, “Farmington’s Black Governor: FHS Program, September 25,” September

2002, 1

“Black Governors Exhibit, “March 2004, 4

“Black History Exhibit Continues Travels,” Charles Leach, MD, June 1999, 4

Black History Makers Reception, March 1998, 1

“’Black & White in a YankeeTown’ Wins Statewide Award,” January 1999, 1-2

Blakely, Mary Twitchell, “Thirty Two Years of Farmington,” “Early Farmington Enterprises,”

Jean Johnson, February 2000, 4

Board of Education, “Antoinette Dunne: A Community’s Crusader,” Peg Yung, February 2002, 4

Bolling, Robert, “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 1

Boulder Brook Lot, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 6

Bowe, Ralph, Robert and Hilda, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,”

April 2005, 7

Brandegee, Arthur, “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 1

Brandegee, Charles, “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 1

Brandegee, Elishama, “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 1

“Brandegee Fresco of St. James Church, The,” Paul Ingram, February 2003, 4

Brandegee, Julia,

“Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 1-4

“Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 6

Brandegee, Robert,

“Brandegee Fresco of St. James Church, The,” Paul Ingram, February 2003, 4

“Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 1

“Robert Brandegee and His Contemporaries,” March 1998, 1

“St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 6

“Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 6

Brandegee, Sarah, “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 1

Brick Walk Lane, “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 4

Brickwalk shops,

“Restless Houses of Farmington,” September 2000, 3

“Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 6

“Bride Stealing,” Peg Yung, January 2006, 5

Bronson, John,

Seven Pillars, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

“Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 3

Bronson, Stephen, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD,

September 2002, 6

Brooks, “Ledges, Orchards and Springs,” Charles Leach,  January 2006, 2-3

Brothertown, NY,

“Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” Charles Leach, MD,

December 2000, 4-7

“Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach MD, September 2000, 7

Brownson, John, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Buckboard Restaurant, Elm Tree Inn, “Howard Hunt Garmany,” Anne Reed, December 2003, 2

Bull Lot, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 4

Bull, Silversmith and Deacon Martin, “Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 3

Bull, Sophia, “Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 3

Bull, Thomas, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 4

BunceIsland, “Ties That Bind: Farmington and Sierra Leone,” April 2002, 2

Bunnell, Walls, Dr., “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 4

Bushley, Mary, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 7

Bushley land, “Farmington Land Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 7

Buuthorne’s Maidens, “Message from the President,” March 2004, 1

“By Seeming Cruel Fate,” slavery in New England, “An Amistad Summer,” September 2000, 4

Bysner’s Meat Market, “From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,” Peter

Bartucca, April 2002, 7

C

 

Cady, Ernest, Jr., two letters about World War I from L. Porritt, March 1998, 5

Cady, Ruth Gay, “Early Farmington Enterprises,” Jean Johnson, February 2000, 5

Calciano, Jim, News from the School House,” February 2000, 3

Canal Aqueduct, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 5

Carey, Anne, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 6

Carey Pasture, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 6

Caroll, Winchell Smith, “A Famous Name Returns,” December 2001, 7

Carrington, Dr. Edwin,

“Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 3

“Early Farmington Enterprises,” Jean Johnson, February 2000, 5

Carrington Lane, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 4

Case, Coral, “A New Home,” May 1998, 1

Catholicism in Farmington, “From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,”

Peter Bartucca, April 2002, 6-7

Cedar Street, “Message From the President, Joanne Lawson, February 2003, 1

“Cemetery Stones Discovered,” Peter Bartucca, October 2001, 5

Charles House Inc., “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Cheshire, Martha, “Elms Return to Farmington,” Charles Leach, MD, December 2001, 4

Christy, Jenna, “Elms Return to Farmington,” Charles Leach, MD, December 2001, 4

Church of Christ Meeting House, “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Maggie Powell,

October 2001, 5

Civil War, “Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April 2001, 4

Civil War Memorial, RiversideCemetery, “Pilgrimage to Farmington,” February 2000, 7

Clarke, Roger, “Message From the President,” “Work on the Cottages Underway,” Joanne

Lawson, February 2003, 1

ClatterValley,

“Message From the President, Joanne Lawson, February 2003, 1

“Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2002, 3

ClatterValley Easement, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,”

April 2005, 3

“Clover Pinney, Betty Coykendall, April 2002, 5-6

Cole, John, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Cole, John Jr., “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 4

Collections Care and Management,

“Message from the President,” Joanne Lawson, April 2002, 1

“Message From the President, Joanne Lawson, June 2002, 2

Colton Street,

#2, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 4

#13, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 4

#23, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 4

Wadsworth farm, “Lucy Anne and Winthrop Wadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April 2001, 5

Conklin Nature Trail, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 5

Congregational Church,

“Eli Todd, 1769-1833,” Ralph Arcari, June 2001, 4

“FHS to Welcome Visitors from Throughout the Nation:

The Amistad and Underground Railroad sites in Farmington continue to attract visitors,”

June 1999, 5

James, Henry, Message From the President,” Peter Bartucca, April

2001, 1

“Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October 2001, 2

Congregational Meeting House, “Notable Citizens from the Past: Doctor Timothy Hosmer, 1745,”

Charles Leach, MD, April 2001, 2

Connecticut Freedom Trail,

“Farmington and the Amistad,” December 1997, 1-2

“Farmington’s Historic District,” Charles Leach, MD, April 2002, 4

Connecticut Freedom Trail Gospel Music Festival, “A Pilgrimage to Farmington,”

February 2000, 7

Connecticut General Assembly, “Antoinette Dunne: A Community’s Crusader,” Peg Yung,

February 2002, 4

Connecticut Gravestone Network, “Grave Concerns,” Charles Leach, MD, February 2002, 5

Connecticut Retreat for the Insane, “Eli Todd, 1769-1833,” Ralph Arcari, June 2001, 4

Connecticut Society of Genealogists, “Town Records Come Home,” September 2000, 5

Coppermine Road, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 7

Conversation Club, “Eli Todd, 1769-1833,” Ralph Arcari, June 2001, 4

Coppermine Road,

#119, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,”

April 2005, 7

“Notice! Stone Wall Enthusiasts,” September 2000, 2

“The Old Stone Schoolhouse,” December 2000, 2

Corner House, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 2

Costa, Paul, Indian Papers, “Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach MD, September 2000, 6

Country Club,

“Early Farmington Enterprises,” Jean Johnson, February 2000, 5

History by James Frost, March 1998, 5

Cowles, Alfred, “Eli Todd, 1769-1833,” Ralph Arcari, June 2001, 4

Cowles, “Bobbie,” W. Sheffield,

“As Long As a Meadow Fence,” Barbara Donahue, June 2002, 3

“Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October 2001, 2

Cowles, Catherine, “Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,”

Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 3

Cowles, Chauncey, “The Great Fire on Main Street,” October 2005, 3

Cowles, Claramond, “Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 3

Cowles, Egbert,

“Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 6

“Eli Todd, 1769-1833,” Ralph Arcari, June 2001, 4

Cowles, Evan, “As Long As a Meadow Fence,” Barbara Donahue, June 2002, 3

Cowles, Ezekiel, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 3

Cowles family,

“As Long As a Meadow Fence,” Barbara Donahue, June 2002, 3-5

Graves, “Memento Mori: Preservation Efforts Underway,” December 2001, Charles

Leach, MD, 6

“Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 4

Cowles, George and Richard, “The Great Fire on Main Street,” October 2005, 3

Cowles, George,

“The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler, December 2004, 7

“Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 3

“Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,” Arthur Phinney, MD,

September 2003, 2

“As Long As a Meadow Fence,” Barbara Donahue, June 2002, 4

Cowles, Isaac, “As Long As a Meadow Fence,” Barbara Donahue, June 2002, 3

Cowles, Jeannette, “Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,”

Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 3

Cowles, John,

“As Long As a Meadow Fence,” Barbara Donahue, June 2002, 4

Seven Pillars, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Cowles, Horace,

“FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 4

“As Long As a Meadow Fence,” Barbara Donahue, June 2002, 3-5

Cowles, Julia, “As Long As a Meadow Fence,” Barbara Donahue, June 2002, 3-5

Cowles, Martha, “Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 3

Cowles Parcel, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 4-5

Cowles, Richard, “Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,” Arthur

Phinney, MD, September 2003, 3

Cowles, Samuel, “As Long As a Meadow Fence,” Barbara Donahue, June 2002, 4

Cowles, Seth, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 7

Cowles, Sheffield, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 4

Cowles, Solomon,

“Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 3

“As Long As a Meadow Fence,” Barbara Donahue, June 2002, 3

Cowles Store, “Early Farmington Enterprises,” Adgate, Sarah, Jean Johnson, February 2000, 5

Cowles, Timothy,

Old Stone Store, “Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,” Arthur

Phinney, MD, September 2003, 2, 3

Union Hotel, “Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,” Arthur

Phinney, MD, September 2003, 3

Cowles, William, “From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,” Peter

Bartucca, April 2002, 7

Cowles, William, Mrs., “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Maggie Powell, October 2001,

4

Cowles, William Sheffield, “As Long As a Meadow Fence,” Barbara Donahue, June 2002, 3

Cowles, Zenas, “As Long As a Meadow Fence,” Barbara Donahue, June 2002, 3-4

Coykendall, Betty, “Clover Pinney,” April 2002, 5-6

Curcomp, Thomas, “Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach MD, September 2000, 7

Curtis, Daniel, “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 2

Curtis, Gabriel, “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 2

Curtis, Rebekah, “Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 4

Cusk, “Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach MD, September 2000, 6

 

 

D

 

Davenport, James, “Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” Charles Leach, MD,

December 2000, 4

Davis, Dick and Nancy, “Remembering the Sixties and Seventies and the Impact of Vietnam at

Miss Porter’s School,” October 2005, 4

Day-Lewis Museum of Indian Artifacts,

April 2005, 2

“FHS to Welcome Visitors from Throughout the Nation:

The Amistad and Underground Railroad sites in Farmington continue to attract visitors,”

June 1999, 5

“News from the Lewis-Walpole and Day-LewisMuseums,” September 2003, 5

“Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach MD, September 2000, 7

Deming, Abigail, “As Long As a Meadow Fence,” Barbara Donahue, June 2002, 4

Deming, E.H., “Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 5

Deming, E.H. & Co., “Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 5-6

Deming, Samuel,

“The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 7

“Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,”

Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 3

“Farmington and the Amistad,” December 1997, 2

Deming Store, “Restless Houses of Farmington,” September 2000, 3

Democratic Town Committee, “Antoinette Dunne: A Community’s Crusader,” Peg Yung, February

2002, 4

Demon, Thomas, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Dewitt Clinton canal boat, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall

Sussler, December 2004, 6-7

Diamond Glen,

“Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 3-7

“Ledges, Orchards and Springs,” Charles Leach,  January 2006, 3-4

Map, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 4-5

“Message from the President,” March 2004, 1

Diamond Glen Brook,

“Message from the President,” March 2004, 1

“Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,”

Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 4

“Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2002, 3-7

Diamond Glen Road, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD,

September 2002, 3-7

“Diaries of Julia Cowles,” Recent Acquisitions, March 1998, 5

Dickinson, Ottilie, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 7

Dillsworth, Florence, mayor of Freetown, Sierra Leone, “Message from the President,” February

2000, 2

“Discovering Your Town’s African American History,” Charles Leach, MD, March 1998, 3

“Disease-Resistant American Elms,” April 2001, 7

Donahue, Barbara, “As Long As a Meadow Fence,” June 2002, 3-5

Dorset Lane, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 3

“Dress and Custom,” November 2002, 7

Dube, Robert H.,

“FHS Celebrates the Dube Gift for the Old Stone Schoolhouse,” June 1999, 3

“Message from the President,” February 2002, 2

“The Old Stone Schoolhouse,” December 2000, 2

Duffy, Joseph W., “Hartford’s Catholic Legacy: Parishes,” “From Mission to Church: The Early

Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,” Peter Bartucca, April 2002, 7

Duggett, Fr. Christopher, “From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,” Peter

Bartucca, April 2002, 6-7

Dunne, Antoinette, “Antoinette Dunne: A Community’s Crusader,” Peg Yung, February 2002, 3

Dunne, Edward P., “Antoinette Dunne: A Community’s Crusader,” Peg Yung, February 2002, 3

Dutch Elm Disease,

“Elms,” Charles Leach, MD, February 2000, 6

“Elms Return to Farmington,” Charles Leach, MD, December 2001, 4

“Ulmus Americana Redux,” March 2004, 2

 

 

E

 

“Early Farmington Enterprises,” Jean Johnson, February 2000, 4-5

“Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2002, 3-7

Arcari, Ralph, “Eli Todd, 1769-1833,” June 2001, 4-5

Eliot, John, “Apostle to the Indians,” “Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” Charles

Leach, MD, December 2000, 4

Ellsworth, Rev., “St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 3

“Elms,” Charles Leach, MD, February 2000, 6

Elms, “Ulmus Americana Redux,” March 2004, 2

Elms, “Where Are the Elms?” April 2000, 3

Elm Tree Inn, “Howard Hunt Garmany,” Anne Reed, December 2003, 2-3

Elms, American, American Elms, “Disease-Resistant American Elms,” April 2001, 7

“Elms Return to Farmington,” Charles Leach, MD, December 2001, 4

Emery, Bobbie, “Message From the President,” “Work on the Cottages Underway,” Joanne

Lawson, February 2003, 1

 

“Epidemics in Connecticut History; Terror Without Terrorists,” February 2002, 2

“Epidemics in Connecticut History: Terror Without Terrorists,” December 2001, 7

Episcopal parish, Farmington, “St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 3

Ernest, Fr. Martin, “From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,” Peter

Bartucca, April 2002, 6-7

Evans, Peter, Indian Papers, “Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach MD, September 2000, 6

 

 

 

F

 

Fanon, John, “Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach MD, September 2000, 6

Farmington Avenue, #763, “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December

2001, 1

FarmingtonCanal,

“And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Canal Tour, March 1998, 1

“FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 5

“The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 6

“From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,” Peter Bartucca, April

2002, 6-7

Farmington Carver, “Cemetery Stones Discovered,” October 2001, 5

“FarmingtonChurch and Town,” “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October

2001, 3

“Farmington, Connecticut, Village of Beautiful Homes,” see “Green Book”

Farmington Creamery, “Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April 2001, 4

Farmington Council, “FHS to Welcome Visitors from Throughout the Nation:

The Amistad and Underground Railroad sites in Farmington continue to attract visitors,” June

1999, 5

Farmington Drug Store, “Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 5

Farmington Great Plain, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD,

September 2002, 3-7

Farmington Historical Society,

#138 Main Street, “ResearchCenter Planned for

138 Main Street,” April 2005, 2

“A New Home,” May 1998, 1

“Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October 2001, 3

Farmington Historical Society cottages

“Farmington’s Historic District,” Charles Leach, MD, April 2002, 4

Highboy, “Gifts to the Society,” September 2000, 2

“Message From the President, Joanne Lawson, state budget cuts, September 2002, 1

“Message From the President, Joanne Lawson, work at the cottages, November 2002, 1

“Message From the President,” Joanne Lawson, October 2001, 1

”Message From the President,” Peter Bartucca, September 2000, 1

”Message From the President,” Peter Bartucca, work at 138 Main Street, December

2000, 1

”Message From the President,” Ron Bernard, April 2000, 1

“Thanks to Service Providers,” January 1999, 7

“Ulmus Americana Redux,” March 2004, 2

Farmington Historical Society garden,

“Message from the President,” Peter Bartucca,  September 2004

“Historical SocietyTagSaleFundsGarden Project,” September 2004, 2

“Message From the President, Joanne Lawson, work at the cottages, November 2002, 1

“Farmington In Connecticut, Christopher Bickford, “Message from the President,”

Peter, Bartucca, December 2004, 1

Farmington land records, “Town Records Come Home,” September 2000, 5

“Farmington Land Records Come Home,” Charles Leach, MD, January 1999, 3

“FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 2-7

Farmington Magazine,

“Early Farmington Enterprises,” Jean Johnson, February 2000, 5

“Gifts for the Society,” February 2000, 3

Recent Acquisitions, March 1998, 5

“Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 5-6

Farmington, Margaret, “What’s In a Name,” October 2005, 3

Farmington Masonic Lodge, “Notable Citizens from the Past: Doctor Timothy Hosmer, 1745,”

Charles Leach, MD, April 2001, 2

“Farmington: A Mecca for Amistad Pilgrims,” January 1999, 4

Farmington Preservation Trust, “Message From the President, Joanne Lawson, February 2003, 1

FarmingtonRiver,

Indian Neck, “Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach, MD, September 2000, 6

“Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October 2001, 3

Farmington Savings Bank, “Farmington’s Historic District,” Charles Leach, MD, April 2002, 3

“Farmington’s Black Governor,” November 2002, 7

“Farmington’s Black Governor: FHS Program, September 25,” September 2002, 1

Farmington Green Book, “St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 5

Farmington Savings Bank, “Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April 2001,

4

“Farmington’s Historic District,” Charles Leach, MD, April 2002

“Farmington’s Historic District Grows,” Charles Leach, MD, March 2004, 3

“Farmington Town Clerks and Their Times,” “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung,

October 2001, 3

FarmingtonValley Herald,

“From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,”

Peter Bartucca, April 2002, 7

“Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October 2001, 2

Farmington Valley Women’s Club, “Antoinette Dunne: A Community’s Crusader,” Peg Yung,

February 2002, 4

FarmingtonVillage Green and Library Association, “Memento Mori: Preservation Efforts

Underway,” December 2001, Charles Leach, MD, 6

Farmington Water Company,

“Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington

Citizen,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 4

“Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD,

September 2002, 5

“Farmington Women Made a Difference,” “Antoinette Dunne: A Community’s Crusader,”

Peg Yung, February 2002, 3

Ferguson, Charles, “Robert Brandegee and His Contemporaries,” March 1998, 1

“FHS to Welcome Visitors from Throughout the Nation:

The Amistad and Underground Railroad sites in Farmington continue to attract visitors,” June

1999, 4-5

FHS Rewrites Civil War History, African Americans who served, Charles

Leach, MD, March 1998, 4

Fire of 1864,

“Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,” Arthur

Phinney, MD, September 2003, 2

“The Great Fire on Main Street,” October 2005, 2-3

FirstChurch of Christ,

“And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Seven Pillars, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

“An Amistad Summer,” September 2000, 4

“Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,”

Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 4

“FHS Honored by Rogers African American Cultural Center;

Mende Descendants Return,” May 1998, 3

Sermons by the Rev. Joseph   Washburn, “Gifts to the Society,” April 2000, 3

“Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” Charles Leach, MD,

December 2000, 5

“Ties That Bind: Farmington and Sierra Leone,” April 2002, 2

“Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October 2001, 3

FirstMountain, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 3

“First Selectman Winthrop Wadsworth’s Ledger,” Lois Wadsworth, February 2003, 5

FitzGerald, J. Herbert, “Howard Hunt Garmany,” Anne Reed, December 2003, 2

Flood of 1955, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Flood family, “From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,” Peter Bartucca,

April 2002, 6-7

Foone,

“Farmington and the Amistad,” December 1997, 1

“Pilgrimage to Farmington,” February 2000, 7

Foote, Elizabeth Deming, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall

Sussler, December 2004, 7

Ford Model T, Holden, Memorial Day parade, “Message From the President,” Peter Bartucca,

June 2001, 1

Fourah Bay College, Sierra Leone,

“Ties That Bind: Farmington and Sierra Leone,” April 2002, 2

“By Seeming Cruel Fate,” slavery in New England, “An Amistad Summer,” September

2000, 4

Fowler, David, “Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” Charles Leach, MD,

December 2000, 5

Fowler, Mary, “Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” Charles Leach, MD,

December 2000, 5

Freedom Trail,

“Freedom Trail Month in Farmington,” September, 2003, 1

“Farmington’s Black Governor: FHS Program, September 25,” September 2002, 1

“Farmington and the Freedom Trail Quilt,” September 1998, 1-2

Remarkable year for Society, March 1998, 1

Summer-Fall: A Freedom Trail Celebration, March 1998, 2

Freedom Trail Quilt,

“Farmington and the Freedom Trail Quilt,” September 1998, 1-2

“Quilters Needed,” February 2000, 3

Freeman, Peter, CT black governor,

“Black Governors Exhibit,” March 2004, 4

“Farmington’s Black Governor: FHS Program, September 25,” September 2002, 1

“Farmington’s Black Governor,” November 2002, 7

“From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,” Peter Bartucca, April 2002, 6-7

Frost, James, “A History of the Country Club of Farmington,” March 1998

Fulling Brook, “Message from the President,” March 2004, 1

Fulling Mill,   “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 3, 5

 

G

 

Garden Street,

#70, “Farmington’s Historic District Grows,” Charles Leach, March 2004, 3

#128, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

#185, “Farmington’s Historic District Grows,” Charles Leach, March 2004, 3

Garmany, Howard Hunt, “Howard Hunt Garmany,” Anne Reed, December 2003, 2

Garmany, Carolyn Day Bissell, “Howard Hunt Garmany,” Anne Reed, December 2003, 2

Gay family, “From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,” Peter Bartucca,

April 2002, 7

Gay, Fisher,

“Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 6

“Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach MD, September 2000, 7

Gay, Julius,

“The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 4

“Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 2, 3

“Historical Address by Julius Gray,” March 1998, 5

“Memento Mori: Preservation Efforts Underway,” December 2001, Charles

Leach, MD, 6

Gay Store, “Early Farmington Enterprises,” Jean Johnson, February 2000, 5

Gbujama, Shirley, Minister of Social Welfare, Sierra Leone, “News of the Amistad,” April 2000, 3

Ghosts, “Grave Concerns,” Charles Leach, MD, February 2002, 5

“Gifts for the Society,” February 2000, 3

Gin Still Brook, “Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,”

Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 4

Gish, Lillian, “Lillian Gish: ‘Way Down East,’ April 2001, 7

Glastonbury Lady, “Grave Concerns,” Charles Leach, MD, February 2002, 5

Gleason house, “Restless Houses of Farmington,” September 2000, 3

Glen Brook, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 3

Goodman, Epaphras, “Eli Todd, 1769-1833,” Ralph Arcari, June 2001, 4

Goodwin, William, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Grady, Anne, “Research Historian Studies Cottages,” Charles Leach, MD, June 1999, 4

“Grave Concerns,” Charles Leach, MD, February 2002, 5

Gravestone art, “Grave Concerns,” Charles Leach, MD, February 2002, 5

“The Great Fire on Main Street,” October 2005, 2-3

Great Awakening, “Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” Charles Leach, MD,

December 2000, 4

“Greatest Generation, The,” Anne Reed, February 2003, 2-3

Green Book,

“Attention All Green Book Owners,” Index to “Farmington, Connecticut,

the Village of Beautiful Homes,” April 2000, 3

“Farmington, Connecticut: The Village of Beautiful Homes,” December 1997, 2

“Green Book for Christmas! A Timely Thought,” December 2000, 2

“Green Book” Published, March 1998, 4

“Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 2

Remarkable year for Society, March 1998, 1

“Restless Houses of Farmington,” September 2000, 3

Gridley-Case Cottages,

“Have You Memories of the Cottages,” June 1999, 2

”The President’s Message,” cottages for sale, June 1999, 1

“Message From the President, Joanne Lawson, February 2003, 1

“Message From the President,” Gridley-Case cottages, Ron Bernard, January 1999, 1

”Message From the President,” Ron Bernard, April 2000, 1

”The President’s Message,” Ron Bernard, September 1998, 1

“Research Historian Studies Cottages,” Charles Leach, MD, June 1999, 4

Gridley, Daniel, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 5

Gridley, Elijah Omri, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 6

Gridley, Elizabeth, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 5

Gridley, Elnath, “Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach MD, September 2000, 7

Gridley house, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 7

Gridley, Samuel, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 5

Gridley, Thomas, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 5

Griffin, Walter, “Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 6

Griggs, Cynthia, “FHS to Welcome Visitors from Throughout the Nation:

The Amistad and Underground Railroad sites in Farmington continue to attract visitors,” June

1999, 5

Grist Mill,

“What’s In a Name,” October 2005, 3

“Farmington’s Historic District Grows,” Charles Leach, March 2004, 3

Painting, “Gifts for the Society,” February 2000, 3

Gristmills,

“Message from the President,” March 2004, 1

“Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2002, 3

Gruman, Ethel M., “St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 5

Gruman, Sarah L., “St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 3

 

 

H

 

 

Hamilton, Alexander, “Jean Baptiste, Compte de Rochambeau,” George Mason,

September 2004, 3-5

Hammersmith Farm, Newport, “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Maggie Powell, October

2001, 4

Handel Society, “Eli Todd, 1769-1833,” Ralph Arcari, June 2001, 4

Harris, Dr. Katherine,

“Farmington’s Black Governor: FHS Program, September 25,” September

2002, 1

“Farmington’s Black Governor,” November 2002, 7

Hart, Aroxcy, “Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 4

Hart, Stephen,

Seven Pillars, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

“What’s In a Name,” October 2005, 3.

“Message from the President,” March 2004, 1

“Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 4

Hart, Simeon, Deacon, “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 1

Hart, Stephen, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Hart, Thomas, “Message from the President,” March 2004, 1

Hart, William, “Gifts for the Society,” February 2000, 3

Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, “A New Home,” May 1998, 1, 2

Hatters Lane,

#2, “Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 5

“Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,” Arthur

Phinney, MD, September 2003, 3

“Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2002, 3, 5

Hatter’s shop,

“A New Home,” May 1998, 1

”Message From the President,” Ron Bernard, April 2000, 1

Haviland, William, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 6

Hawkins, Anthony, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 5

Hawley, D.R., “Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 5

Hawley, Joseph, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 5

Hawley, Samuel, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 4

Haynes, John, Gov., Indian Papers, “Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach MD, September

2000, 6

Hazelchuck, Alex, “FHS to Welcome Visitors from Throughout the Nation:

The Amistad and Underground Railroad sites in Farmington continue to attract visitors,”

June 1999, 5

Highboy, Queen Anne, “Gifts to the Society,” September 2000, 2

High Street, #45, Simeon Hart’s Academy, “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari,

December 2001, 1

Highway Tools, “Town of Farmington, Highway Tools, November, 1869,” December 2001, 4

Hill, Asa, “Cemetery Stones Discovered,” October 2001, 5

Hills, Rachel, “Eli Todd, 1769-1833,” Ralph Arcari, June 2001, 5

Hills, R.L., “Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,”

Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 4

Hills, Samuel D., “The Great Fire on Main Street,” October 2005, 3

Hill-Stead,

“Farmington’s Historic District,” Charles Leach, MD, April 2002, 4

James, Henry, “Message From the President,” Peter Bartucca, April 2001, 1

Historic District,

“Farmington’s Historic District Grows,” Charles Leach, March 2004, 3

”Message From the President,” Ron Bernard, April 2000, 1

“History of Original Settlement and AncientTown,” Recent Acquisitions, March 1998, 5

Hitchkock, William, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Hoffman, Emily Pope, “Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,”

Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 3

Holmes, David,

“Message from the President,” Peter Bartucca, September 2004

”Message From the President,” Peter Bartucca, September 2000, 1

Hooker purchase of Farmington Great Plain, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur

Phinney, MD, September 2002, 3

Hooker, Edward, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 4

Hooker, Edward, “Eli Todd, 1769-1833,” Ralph Arcari, June 2001, 4

Hooker, Edward, Sally and William, “Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 3

Hooker, John,

“Farmington and the Amistad,” December 1997, 2

“Farmington’s Historic District Grows,” Charles Leach, March 2004, 3

Hooker’s Grove, “Ledges, Orchards and Springs,” Charles Leach, January 2006, 3

Hooker, Thomas,

“Ledges, Orchards and Springs,” Charles Leach, January 2006, 3

“Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 3

Hooker, W.A., “St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 3

Hornblow Parcel, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 2-7

Hosmer, Timothy, Dr., “Notable Citizens from the Past: Doctor Timothy Hosmer, 1745,” Charles

Leach, MD, April 2001, 2-3

Hosmer, Titus, “Notable Citizens from the Past: Doctor Timothy Hosmer, 1745,” Charles Leach,

MD, April 2001, 2

“Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 2-5

Hospital Rock,

“Ledges, Orchards and Springs,” Charles Leach, January 2006, 3

“Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 2-5

“The Pest House,” March 1998, 2

“Hospital Rock Romances,” “Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 4

House, Herbert C. Mrs., “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October 2001, 3

Howe, Nathaniel, “Farmington’s Historic District,” Charles Leach, MD, April 2002, 3

Hughes, Lydia, “Farmington’s Historic District,” Charles Leach, MD, April 2002, 3

Hughes, Phil, “St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 3

Hull Family, “Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 4

Hull, Amos, “Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 4

Hull, Dr. John, “Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 4

Hurlburt, Anne, “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October 2001, 3

Hurlburt, Frederick F., Mabel Hurlburt, “Women Who Have Made a Difference,”

Peg Yung, October 2001, 2

Hurlburt, Mabel,

“Farmington Town Clerks and Their Times,” “This Old Old Old House,” Lois Wadsworth,

March 2004, 5

“Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October 2001, 2

Hurricane of 1938, “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October 2001, 3

 

 

 

I

 

Indian Neck, “Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach, MD, September 2000, 6

Indian Papers, “Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach MD, September 2000, 6

Infantile Paralysis committee, “Antoinette Dunne: A Community’s Crusader,” Peg Yung,

February 2002, 4

Ingram, Eleanor Mason, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD,

September 2002, 5

Ingram family, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 4

Ingram, Paul,

“Brandegee Fresco of St. James Church, The,” Paul Ingram, February 2003, 4

St. James Episcopal Church, “FHS Annual Meeting, St. James Church,” June

2002, 1

“St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, 3-6

Institute of Living, “Eli Todd, 1769-1833,” Ralph Arcari, June 2001, 4

Insurance for Older Homes, “Message from the President,” February 2000, 1

Iroka trees, Amistad Committee, “Ties That Bind: Farmington and Sierra Leone,” April 2002, 1

Isaac, Moore, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

 

 

J

 

James, Henry, Message From the President,” Peter Bartucca, April 2001, 1

“Jean Baptiste, Compte de Rochambeau,” George Mason, September 2004, 3-5

Jennings, Annie Burr, “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Maggie Powell, October 2001, 4

Jestin, Catherine, “Greatest Generation, The,” Anne Reed, February 2003, 2-3

Jestin, Heimwarth B., “Greatest Generation, The,” Anne Reed, February 2003, 2-3

Jiggs, Your Village Store, “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Maggie Powell,

October 2001, 5

Johnson, Jean, “Early Farmington Enterprises,” February 2000, 4-5

Johnson, Joseph, “Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” Charles Leach, MD,

December 2000, 4, 6

Johnson, Lisa, “Memento Mori: Preservation Efforts Underway,” December 2001, Charles

Leach, MD, 6

Johnson, William, “Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” Charles Leach, MD,

December 2000, 6

Judd, Thomas J. Seven Pillars, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

 

 

 

 

 

 

K

 

Kabbah, Ahmad, President of Sierra Leone,

“Sierra Leone: In Farmington Again,”    October 2005, 1-2

“Ties That Bind: Farmington and Sierra Leone,” April 2002, 1

Kabbah, Patricia,

“Farmington and the Amistad,” December 1997, 1

“FHS Honored by Rogers African American Cultural Center;

Mende Descendants Return,” May 1998, 3

“Ties That Bind: Farmington and Sierra Leone,” April 2002, 2

Keep, Robert and Elizabeth V., “St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 5

Kennedy, Jackie, “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Maggie Powell, October 2001, 4

King, Ed, “Farmington Land Records Come Home,” Charles Leach, MD, January 1999, 3

King, John, FHS Rewrites Civil War History, African Americans who served,

Charles Leach, MD, March 1998, 4

King Philip’s War, “Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” Charles Leach, MD,

December 2000, 4

Kmart Carver, “Grave Concerns,” Charles Leach, MD, February 2002, 5

 

 

 

L

 

La Fayette, Marquis de, “Jean Baptiste, Compte de Rochambeau,” George Mason,

September 2004, 3-5

Land records,

“Town Records Come Home,” September 2000, 5

“Farmington Land Records Come Home,” Charles Leach, MD, January 1999, 3

Langdon’s Quarters, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Lawson, Joanne,

“Message from the President,” March 2004, 1

“Message From the President, Collections Care and

Management, June 2002, 2

“Message From the President, state budget cuts, September 2002, 1

“Message From the President,” “Work on the Cottages Underway,” February 2003, 1

Leach, Charles,

“Amistad Descendant Visits Farmington,” September 1998, 3

“Black History Exhibit Continues Travels,” June 1999, 4

“Discovering Your Town’s African American History,” Charles Leach, MD, March 1998, 3

 

“Elms,” February 2000, 6

“Elms Return to Farmington,” December 2001, 4

“FarmingtonLand Trust:  Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 2-7

“Farmington’s Historic District,” April 2002, 3-4

“Farmington’s Historic District Grows,” March 2004, 3

“Farmington Land Records Come Home,” January 1999, 3

FHS Rewrites Civil War History, African Americans who served, Charles

Leach, MD, March 1998, 4

“Grave Concerns,” February 2002, 5

“Hospital Rock Families,” May 2003, 2-5

“Ledges Orchards and Springs,” January 2006, 1-4

“Memento Mori: Preservation Efforts Underway,” December 2001, 6-7

“Notable Citizens from the Past: Doctor Timothy Hosmer, 1745,”

April 2001, 2-3

“Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” December 2000, 4-7

“Research Historian Studies Cottages,” Charles Leach, MD, June 1999, 4

“Tunxis Indians in Court,” September 2000, 6-7

“Ulmus Americana Redux,” March 2004, 2

Leaming, Mathias, “Memento Mori: Preservation Efforts Underway,” December 2001, 6

“Ledges, Orchards and Springs,” Charles Leach, January 2006, 1-4

Ledge View, “Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 5

Lee, John, “Memento Mori: Preservation Efforts Underway,” December 2001, Charles

Leach, MD, 6

Leila Dilworth Jones Library, Miss Porter’s School,

“Early Farmington Enterprises,” Jean Johnson, February 2000, 5

“Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 5

Leonard, Carol,

Canal Tour, March 1998, 1

“Dress and Custom,” November 2002, 7

“Farmington and the Amistad,” December 1997, 1-2

“Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 5-6

“Without Whose Help,” December 2001, 5

Lewis, Annie Burr, “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Maggie Powell, October 2001, 4-5

Lewis, Richard, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 4

Lewis Walpole Library,

“Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Maggie Powell, October 2001, 4

“Greatest Generation, The,” Anne Reed, February 2003, 2-3

Lewis-WalpoleMuseum, “News from the Lewis-Walpole and Day-LewisMuseums,”

September 2003, 5

Lewis, Wilmarth Sheldon, “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Maggie Powell, October

2001, 4

Lewis, William, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Liberty Elms, “Elms,” Charles Leach, MD, February 2000, 6

Lidgerwood, Hattie, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 6

Lidgerwood Parcel, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 6

“Lillian Gish: ‘Way Down East,’ April 2001, 7

Lindsay, John, “Remembering the Sixties and Seventies and the Impact of Vietnam at Miss

Porter’s School,” October 2005, 4

Little Reservoir, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 4

Little Shem, “Memento Mori: Preservation Efforts Underway,” Charles Leach, MD,

December 2001, 6

Lomes, John, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

“Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April 2001, 4-6

Lund House, “Farmington’s Historic District,” Charles Leach, MD, April 2002, 3

Lyons, Daniel, “From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,” Peter

Bartucca, April 2002, 7

Lyre Hill, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 5

 

 

M

 

Mackeen, Vera, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 7

MacLeish, Archibald, Message From the President,” Peter Bartucca, April 2001, 1

MacLeish, William Hitchcock, “Message From the President,” Peter Bartucca, April 2001, 1

Mahannah, Lee, “Elms Return to Farmington,” Charles Leach, MD, December 2001, 4

Maiden Lane, “Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 5

Main Street,

#23, Gleason house, “Restless Houses of Farmington,” September 2000, 3

#24, Message From the President,” Peter Bartucca, April 2001, 1

#25, “Farmington’s Historic District,” Charles Leach, MD, April 2002, 4

#26, “Message From the President, Joanne Lawson, February 2003, 1

#27,

“And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

“FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 4

Smith-Cowles, “Restless Houses of Farmington,” September 2000, 3

#31, “Restless Houses of Farmington,” September 2000, 3

#37, Eli Todd house

“Eli Todd, 1769-1833,” Ralph Arcari, June 2001, 4

“FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 4

“Restless Houses of Farmington,” September 2000, 3

#41,

“Message From the President, Joanne Lawson, September 2002, 1

“Restless Houses of Farmington,” September 2000, 3

#48, “Farmington’s Historic District,” Charles Leach, MD, April 2002, 4

#66,

“And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

“Remembering the Sixties and Seventies and the Impact of Vietnam at Miss Porter’s

School,” October 2005, 4

#90, “Farmington’s Historic District,” Charles Leach, MD, April 2002, 4

#105, “Farmington’s Historic District Grows,” Charles Leach, March 2004, 3

#107,   “This Old Old Old House,” Lois Wadsworth, March 2004, 5

“Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April 2001, 4-6

#118, “Ulmus Americana Redux,” March 2004, 2

“Where Are the Elms?” April 2000, 3

#126, “Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 5-6

#127,

“And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

“Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,” Arthur

Phinney, MD, September 2003, 3

“Farmington’s Historic District,” Charles Leach, MD, April 2002, 4

“Farmington: A Mecca for Amistad Pilgrims,” January 1999, 4

#138,

Highboy, “Gifts to the Society,” September 2000, 2

“Message From the President,” “Work on the Cottages Underway,” Joanne

Lawson, February 2003, 1

”Message From the President,” Peter Bartucca, December 2000, 1

“ResearchCenter Planned for 138 Main Street,” April 2005, 2

#138 & 140,

“A New Home,” May 1998, 1

”Message From the President,” Peter Bartucca, September 2000, 1

“Message From the President,” Gridley-Case cottages, January 1999, 1

“Restoration Capital Campaign Makes Progress,” December 2000, 3

Thanks to Service Providers, January 1999, 7

“Ulmus Americana Redux,” March 2004, 2

#141, “Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 5

#154, “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Maggie Powell, October 2001, 4

#158, Root house,

“Root Chest in Permanent Home,” December 2003, 2

“Message From the President,” Joanne Lawson, September 2002, 1

#174, “Farmington’s Historic District,” Charles Leach, MD, April 2002, 4

#185, Samuel Gridley, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal,

Joan Hall Sussler, December 2004, 4

Austin Williams house, “Farmington: A Mecca for Amistad Pilgrims,” January 1999, 4

Deming, Samuel, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall

Sussler, December 2004, 7

Oldgate, “As Long As a Meadow Fence,” Barbara Donahue, June 2002, 3

Whitman Place, “St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 5

“Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October 2001, 2

“Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Maggie Powell, October 2001, 4

Main Street fire, “The Great Fire on Main Street,” October 2005, 2-3

Map of Connecticut Indian tribes, “Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” Charles

Leach, MD, December 2000, 6

Map of Farmington, 1850, “Gifts to the Society,” September 2000, 2

Map of FarmingtonLand Trust, April 2005, 2

Map of Traprock Ridges, Metacomet Ridge, “Ledges, Orchards and Springs,” Charles Leach,

January 2006, 4

Marder, Al, Amistad Committee, “Ties That Bind: Farmington and Sierra Leone,” April 2002, 2

Mason, Charles Stanley,

“St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 3-6

“Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 5

Mason, Charles Stanley Jr.,

“St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 6

“Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 5

Mason, George, “Jean Baptiste, Compte de Rochambeau,” September 2004, 3

Mason, Henry,

St. James Episcopal Church, “FHS Annual Meeting, St. James Church,” June

2002, 1

“Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 7

Mason, Henry Hall, “St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 5

Mason, Ottilie Dickinson, “St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 6

Mason, Tom, St. James Episcopal Church, “FHS Annual Meeting, St. James Church,” June

2002, 1

Mattawan, John, Tunxis scholar, “Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” Charles

Leach, MD, December 2000, 5

Mayo, Andrew, “Music at the Old Stone Schoolhouse,” June 1999, 3

McCarthy, Ruth, “Message from the President,” Peter Bartucca, September 2004

McDonaugh, Michael, “From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,” Peter

Bartucca, April 2002, 6-7

Meadows, “Eli Todd, 1769-1833,” Ralph Arcari, June 2001, 5

Medicine,

“Eli Todd, 1769-1833,” Ralph Arcari, June 2001, 4

Framed pictures of Farmington medical doctors, March 1998, 5

Meeting House Green, “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 3

Memento Mori graveyard,

“Grave Concerns,” Charles Leach, MD, February 2002, 5

“Memento Mori: Preservation Efforts Underway,” Charles Leach, MD, December 2001, 6-7

Memorial Day, “Remarks by Lt. Cdr. Richard C. Noyes, May 28, 2001,” June 2001, 1-2

Memorial Day parade, “Message From the President,” Peter Bartucca, June 2001, 1

Mendi,

“Amistad Descendant Visits Farmington,” September 1998, 3

“Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,”

“Gifts to the Society,” September 2000, 2

Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 3

“FHS Honored by Rogers African American Cultural Center;

Mende Descendants Return,” May 1998, 2-3

“Pilgrimage to Farmington,” February 2000, 7

Quilt, “An Amistad Summer,” September 2000, 4

“Restless Houses of Farmington,” September 2000, 3

“Ties That Bind: Farmington and Sierra Leone,” April 2002, 3

Mendi sites,

Gbujama, Shirley, Minister of Social Welfare, Sierra Leone, “News of the Amistad,”

April 2000, 3

“Sierra Leone: In Farmington Again,” October 2005, 2

Photograph album of sites in Farmington, “Ties That Bind: Farmington and Sierra Leone,”

April 2002, 3

Metacomet Ridge, “Ledges, Orchards and Springs,” Charles Leach, January 2006, 1-4

Mill Brook, “Message from the President,” March 2004, 1

Mill Pond, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2002, 4

Millrace Books, “Message from the President,” March 2004, 1

Millrace Books, “What’s In a Name,” October 2005, 3

Mills, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2002, 3

Millstreams, “Gifts for the Society,” February 2000, 3

Miss Porter’s School,

“An Amistad Summer,” September 2000, 4

Diamond Glen, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD,

September 2002, 7

“Early Farmington Enterprises,” Jean Johnson, February 2000, 5

“Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 1

“Remembering the Sixties and Seventies and the Impact of Vietnam at Miss Porter’s

School,” October 2005, 4-5

“St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 3

“Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Maggie Powell, October 2001, 4

Mix, Anna, “Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 3, 4

Mix, Betsy and Anna, “Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 3

Mix, John, “Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 3

Moore, Jesse, “Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 5

Morehead Cliff, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 4

Morin, Joseph, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Moses, Thomas, “Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach MD, September 2000, 7

Mossuck, Solomon, “Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach MD, September 2000, 7

Mountain Road, #44, “Farmington’s Historic District Grows,” Charles Leach, March 2004, 3

Mountain Spring Road,

#1, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

#2, “Memento Mori: Preservation Efforts Underway,” December 2001, Charles

Leach, MD, 6

#10, “Farmington’s Historic District Grows,” Charles Leach, March 2004, 3

#56, “Farmington’s Historic District Grows,” Charles Leach, March 2004, 3

#92, “Message From the President, Joanne Lawson, February 2003, 1

ClatterValley, “Message From the President, Joanne Lawson, February 2003, 1

“FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 6

Myers, Walter Dean, “Amistad, A Long Road to Freedom,” March 1998, 3-4

Mygatt, Henry, “Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,”

Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 4

 

 

N

 

 

National Trust for Historic Preservation, “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Maggie Powell,

October 2001, 4

Native Americans,

“FHS to Welcome Visitors from Throughout the Nation:

The Amistad and Underground Railroad sites in Farmington continue to attract visitors,”

June 1999, 5

Indian Papers, “Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach MD, September 2000, 6

“News from the Lewis-Walpole and Day-LewisMuseums,” September 2003, 5

“Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” Charles Leach, MD,

December 2000, 4

Nelson, Ralph, “Rochambeau in Farmington,” September 2004, 2

Nepash, Johnathan, “Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach MD, September 2000, 6

Nevius, May, “Without Whose Help,” December 2001, 5

New Britain Avenue, “Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach, MD, September 2000, 6

Newell family, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 3

Newell, Glenda, “Remembering the Sixties and Seventies and the Impact of Vietnam at Miss

Porter’s School,” October 2005, 4

Newton, Roger, Farmington’s first minister,

“And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

“FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as

Context for History,” April 2005, 5

“Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October 2001, 2

Ney, Harry C., “From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,” Peter

Bartucca, April 2002, 7

Nike missile site, “Ledges, Orchards and Springs,” Charles Leach, January 2006, 3

Nolan, Fr. Patrick, “From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,” Peter

Bartucca, April 2002, 7

North, Nathan, “Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 3

North District Schoolhouse,

“Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 2

“Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 6

Norton, John, “Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,”

Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 3

Norton, John Treadwell, “Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 3

Norton, RS, “Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 3

“Notable Citizens from the Past: Doctor Timothy Hosmer, 1745,” Charles Leach, MD,

April 2001, 2-3

Noyes, Richard,

“FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 6

“Remarks by Lt. Cdr. Richard C. Noyes, May 28, 2001,” June 2001, 1-2

 

 

O

 

“Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” Charles Leach, MD, December 2000, 4-7

Occom, Samson,

“Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach MD, September 2000, 7

“Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” Charles Leach, MD, December

2000, 4, 6

“FHS to Welcome Visitors from Throughout the Nation:

The Amistad and Underground Railroad sites in Farmington continue to attract visitors,”

June 1999, 5

Ockham, Joshua, “Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” Charles Leach, MD,

December 2000, 4

Oldgate,

“As Long As a Meadow Fence,” Barbara Donahue, June 2002, 3

“Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October 2001,

“Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Maggie Powell, October 2001, 4

“The Old Phoenix,” “From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,” Peter

Bartucca, April 2002, 7

Old Still House, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 4

Old Still Pond, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 4, 6

Old Stone Schoolhouse,

“FHS Celebrates the Dube Gift for the Old Stone Schoolhouse,” June 1999, 3

“FHS to Welcome Visitors from Throughout the Nation:

The Amistad and Underground Railroad sites in Farmington continue to attract visitors,”

June 1999, 5

Landscaping, “News from the School House,” February 2000, 3

“Message From the President, Joanne Lawson, Collections Care and

Management, June 2002, 2

“Music at the Old Stone Schoolhouse,” June 1999, 3

“The Old Stone Schoolhouse,” December 2000, 2

“The OldStoneSchool House, Hymn Sings,” April 2001, 7

Old Stoney Road, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 5

Olmsted, Nathaniel, “Eli Todd, 1769-1833,” Ralph Arcari, June 2001, 4

“On Common Ground,” history of Farmington Savings Bank, April 2002, 1

Oneida tribe, “Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” Charles Leach, MD, December

2000, 4-7

Ovice, George, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Owens, Jan,

“What’s In a Name,” October 2005, 3.

“Message from the President,” March 2004, 1

“Message From the President,” Joanne Lawson, September 2002, 1

 

 

P

 

Paine, Levi, “Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,”

Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 5

Palache, James, “Remarks by Lt. Cdr. Richard C. Noyes, May 28, 2001,” June 2001, 1-2

Parsons dealership, “Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 6

Parsons, Marie Swanston, “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December

2001, 3

Parsons, Robert E., “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 4

Pennington, James,

“Farmington and the Amistad,” December 1997, 2

“Pilgrimage to Farmington,” February 2000, 7

Pentelow, William, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 7

Pequots, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2002, 3

Pesci, David, “Farmington and the Amistad,” December 1997, 2

Pest House, March 1998, 2

Pethus, “Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach, MD, September 2000, 6

Phelps, “Notable Citizens from the Past: Doctor Timothy Hosmer, 1745,” Charles

Leach, MD, April 2001, 2

Phinney, Arthur,

“Austin Williams, 1805-1885: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington

Citizen,” September 2003, 2-5

“Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” September 2002, 3-7

Pieh, Michael, Dr.,

“FHS Honored by Rogers African American Cultural Center;

Mende Descendants Return,” May 1998, 3

“Amistad Descendant Visits Farmington,” September 1998, 3

Pieh, Samuel, Patrick and Solomon, Black History Makers Reception, March 1998, 1

Pieh, Singbe,

Black History Makers Reception, March 1998, 1

“FHS Honored by Rogers African American Cultural Center;

Mende Descendants Return,” May 1998, 3

“Pilgrimage to Farmington,” February 2000, 7

“Pilgrimage to Farmington,” February 2000, 7

PinnacleMountain, “The Pest House,” March 1998, 2

Pinnacle Orchard, “Ledges, Orchards and Springs,” Charles Leach, January 2006, 3

Pinney, “Clover” (Allice Youngs), “Clover Pinney,” Betty Coykendall, April 2002, 5-6

Pinney, Emma, “Clover Pinney,” Betty Coykendall, April 2002, 5

Pinney, Humphrey, “Clover Pinney,” Betty Coykendall, April 2002, 5

PitkinBasin, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Pitkin, Mary Clap, “Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 3

Pitkin, Timothy,

“FHS to Welcome Visitors from Throughout the Nation:

The Amistad and Underground Railroad sites in Farmington continue to attract visitors,”

June 1999, 5

“Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 3

“Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” Charles Leach, MD,

December 2000, 6

Plan and Zoning Board, “Antoinette Dunne: A Community’s Crusader,” Peg Yung, February

2002, 4

Platner & Porter, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Poem by Lydia Sigourney, “FHS to Welcome Visitors from Throughout the Nation:

The Amistad and Underground Railroad sites in Farmington continue to attract visitors,”

June 1999, 5

Pogson, Skip, “Message From the President,” “Work on the Cottages Underway,” Joanne

Lawson, February 2003, 1

Polio, “Antoinette Dunne: A Community’s Crusader,” Peg Yung, February 2002, 4

Pond Lot, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 6

Poem by Danford Newton Barney III, “Message from the President,” March 2004, 2

Poirier, David, “Cemetery Stones Discovered,” October 2001, 5

Pope, Theodate, “St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 6

Porrit, L.K.,

“Early Farmington Enterprises,” Jean Johnson, February 2000, 5

Two letters about World War I to Earnest Cady Jr., March 1998, 5

Porter Memorial, “Restless Houses of Farmington,” September 2000, 3

Porter Road, “Where Are the Elms?” April 2000, 3

Porter, Noah,

“And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

“As Long As a Meadow Fence,” Barbara Donahue, June 2002, 3

“Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,”

Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 5

“Farmington and the Amistad,” December 1997, 2

“History of Original Settlement and AncientTown,” Recent Acquisitions, March 1998, 5

Porter, Robert, Seven Pillars, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Porter, Sarah,

“And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

“Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,” Arthur

Phinney, MD, September 2003, 2, 3

“St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 3

“Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April 2001, 4

Porter, Thomas,

“And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

“FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 4

“Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 2

Prentice, Dudley, “From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,” Peter

Bartucca, April 2002, 7

Prince, Hannah, “A New Home,” May 1998, 1

Prohibition, “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Maggie Powell, October 2001, 4

 

 

 

Q

 

Quilt, “An Amistad Summer,” September 2000, 4

Quilt, Freedom Trail,

“Farmington and the Freedom Trail Quilt,” September 1998, 1-2

“Quilters Needed,” February 2000, 3

 

 

R

 

RattlesnakeMountain, “Ledges, Orchards and Springs,” Charles Leach, January 2006, 1-4

Red Oak Hill, “The Old Stone Schoolhouse,” December 2000, 2

Reed, Anne,

“Howard Hunt Garmany,” December 2003, 2-4

“Greatest Generation, The,” February 2003, 2-3

“Remarks by Lt. Cdr. Richard C. Noyes, May 28, 2001,” June 2001, 1-2

“Restless Houses of Farmington,” September 2000, 3

Revolutionary War,

“Notable Citizens from the Past: Doctor Timothy Hosmer, 1745,” Charles

Leach, MD, April 2001, 2

“Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” Charles Leach, MD,

December 2000, 6

Rice, John and Eliza W., “St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 3

Rice, Eliza W., “St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 3-6

Riddle, John Wallace, “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October 2001, 2

Riley, John, “From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,” Peter Bartucca,

April 2002, 7

River Plantation, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur

RiversideCemetery,

“Farmington and the Amistad,” December 1997, 1

“FHS to Welcome Visitors from Throughout the Nation:

The Amistad and Underground Railroad sites in Farmington continue to attract visitors,”

June 1999, 5

“Pilgrimage to Farmington,” February 2000, 7

Phinney, MD, September 2002, 3

Rochambeau, Comte de,

“FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 5

“Jean Baptiste, Compte de Rochambeau,” George Mason, September 2004, 3-5

“Rochambeau in Farmington,” September 2004, 2

Roddan, Fr. Michael, “From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,” Peter

Bartucca, April 2002, 7

Rogers, John E.,

Black History Makers Reception, March 1998, 1

“FHS Honored by Rogers African American Cultural Center;

Mende Descendants Return,” May 1998, 2-3

Root, Dr. Mary Avery,

“Gifts to the Society,” September 2000, 2

“Root Chest in Permanent Home,” December 2003, 2

Root family,

“Root Chest in Permanent Home,” December 2003, 2

“Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2002, 3

Root house, “Message From the President, Joanne Lawson, state budget cuts, September

2002, 1

Root, Samuel, “The Great Fire on Main Street,” October 2005, 2-3

Root Chest, “Root Chest in Permanent Home,” December 2003, 2

Root, Timothy,

“Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 3

Timothy Root House, “Christmas at the Lewis Walpole Library, “February 2002, 3

Root, Timothy, Mrs., “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 2

Round Hill, “Eli Todd, 1769-1833,” Ralph Arcari, June 2001, 5

Rowe, Chauncey, “The Great Fire on Main Street,” October 2005, 3

Rowe, Elizabeth, “Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April 2001, 4

Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester, Leone,” “FHS Honored by Rogers African American Cultural

Center; Mende Descendants Return,” May 1998, 3

 

 

S

 

Saccoccio, Caroline, “Gifts for the Society,” February 2000, 3

Saccoccio, Woodrow, “Gifts for the Society,” February 2000, 3

Sampson, Sarah, “Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” Charles Leach, MD,

December 2000, 4

Sarah Brandegee Barney Memorial Library, “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann

Arcari, December 2001, 3

Saw mills,

“Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2002, 3

“Notable Citizens from the Past: Doctor Timothy Hosmer, 1745,” Charles

Leach, MD, April 2001, 2

“Scarecrow Day at the Old Stone Schoolhouse,” December 2001, 5

Schlatter’s farm, “Farmington Land Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 7

Schlatter, Fred and Louise, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,”

April 2005, 7

Schlatter Wildlife Sanctuary, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,”

April 2005, 7

School Street, Unionville, “Clover Pinney,” Betty Coykendall, April 2002, 5

Scott, Abagail, “Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 3

Scott, Rev. Ezekiel, “Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 3

ScottSwamp, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 3-7

Searle, Rev. Jairus C., “Clover Pinney,” Betty Coykendall, April 2002, 5-6

“Sermons on Practical Subjects by the late Reverend Joseph Washburn, A.M.

Pastor of FirstChurch of Christ in Farmington,” “Gifts to the Society,” April 2000, 3

Seven Pillars, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Seymour, Luther, “Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 4

Seymour, Williams and Porter, clock industry, “Austin Williams: An Enterprising and

Dedicated Farmington Citizen,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 2

Scott, F.L., “Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 5

Sengbe, see Singbe

Shady Bend, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 7

Shafter, E.R., “St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 3-6

Shapleigh-Brown, Ruth, “Cemetery Stones Discovered,” October 2001, 5

Shawen, Jonathan, “Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach MD, September 2000, 6

Shum, Tunxis chief, “FHS to Welcome Visitors from Throughout the Nation:

The Amistad and Underground Railroad sites in Farmington continue to attract visitors,” June

1999, 5

Sierra Leone,

“Farmington: A Mecca for Amistad Pilgrims,” January 1999, 4

“Farmington and the Amistad,” December 1997, 1

“FHS Honored by Rogers African American Cultural Center;

Mende Descendants Return,” May 1998, 3

Gbujama, Shirley, Minister of Social Welfare, Sierra Leone, “News of the Amistad,”

April 2000, 3

“Sierra Leone: In Farmington Again,” October 2005, 1-2

“Ties That Bind: Farmington and Sierra Leone,” April 2002, 1-2

Visit by mayor of Freetown, “Message from the President,” February 2000, 1

Sierra Leone Task Force, “By Seeming Cruel Fate,” slavery in New England, “An Amistad

Summer,” September 2000, 4

Sigourney, Lydia Huntley,

“Eli Todd, 1769-1833,” Ralph Arcari, June 2001, 5

“FHS to Welcome Visitors from Throughout the Nation:

The Amistad and Underground Railroad sites in Farmington continue to attract visitors,”

June 1999, 5

Simeon Hart’s Academy,

“Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April

2001, 6

“Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 1

Singbe,

“FHS Honored by Rogers African American Cultural Center;

Mende Descendants Return,” May 1998, 3

“Pilgrimage to Farmington,” February 2000, 7

Sinner North, “Memento Mori: Preservation Efforts Underway,” December 2001, Charles

Leach, MD, 6

Smallpox,

“King of Terrors,” “Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 2

“Notable Citizens from the Past: Doctor Timothy Hosmer, 1745,” Charles Leach, MD,

April 2001, 2

“Eli Todd, 1769-1833,” Ralph Arcari, June 2001, 5

SmallpoxHospital, “Ledges, Orchards and Springs,” Charles Leach, January 2006, 3

Smith, Bishop Andrew, “St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 3

Smith, Elizabeth, “Notable Citizens from the Past: Doctor Timothy Hosmer, 1745,” Charles Leach,

MD, April 2001, 2

Smith, Herbert Knox, “Message From the President,” “Work on the Cottages Underway,” Joanne

Lawson, February 2003, 1

Smith, Winchell,

“A Famous Name Returns,” December 2001, 7

“And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

“FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 5

“Gifts for the Society,” February 2000, 3

Grist Mill, “Farmington’s Historic District Grows,” Charles Leach, March 2004, 3

“A New Home,” May 1998, 1

“Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October 2001, 2

Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities, “Research Historian Studies Cottages,”

Charles Leach, MD, June 1999, 4

“Speaking for Ourselves,” depicting history of African-Americans in Farmington,

“’Black & White in a YankeeTown’ Wins Statewide Award,” January 1999, 1-2

“’Black and White’ Project Nears Completion,” December 1997, 3

“Posters on Display at FortDevens,” February 2002, 3

Recent Events: “Speaking for Ourselves: African American Life in Farmington, CT,”

March 1998, 3

Remarkable year for Society, March 1998, 1

Sperry, Lilian, “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 3

Spotted fever,

“Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 4

“Memento Mori: Preservation Efforts Underway,” December 2001, Charles Leach, MD, 6

“Eli Todd, 1769-1833,” Ralph Arcari, June 2001, 5

Stanley-Whitman House, “Farmington’s Historic District,” Charles Leach, MD, April 2002, 3

Stanley-WhitmanMuseum, “By Seeming Cruel Fate,” slavery in New England, “An Amistad

Summer,” September 2000, 4

Stedman Parcel, “Ledges, Orchards and Springs,” Charles Leach, January 2006, 3

Stedman, Ted, “Farmington’s Historic District,” Charles Leach, MD, April 2002, 3

Steep Path, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 5

Still families, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 5

Still House,

“Ledges, Orchards and Springs,” Charles Leach, January 2006, 3

“Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2002, 3

“Speaking for Ourselves: African American Life in Farmington, CT,” Barbara Donahue,

“As Long As a Meadow Fence,” June 2002, 3

Stedman Parcel, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 4

Steele, John, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

St. James Episcopal Church,

“Brandegee Fresco of St. James Church, The,” Paul Ingram, February 2003, 4

“FHS Annual Meeting, St. James Church,” June 2002, 1

“St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 3-6

St. James timeline, “St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 4-5

Stone Schoolhouse,

“FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 7

“Message From the President, Joanne Lawson, June 2002, 2

Stone walls,

“Message from the President,” February 2002, 2

“Notice! Stone Wall Enthusiasts,” September 2000, 2

St. Patrick’s Church, Arts and Crafts, “Farmington’s Historic District,” Charles Leach, MD, April

2002, 4

St. Patrick’s Church, “From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,” Peter

Bartucca, April 2002, 6-7

Streetcar barn, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Sunset Rock, “Ledges, Orchards and Springs,” Charles Leach, January 2006, 3

Sussler, Joan Hall, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal,” December

2004, 2-8

Swan, E.C., “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October 2001, 3

Swanston family, “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 4

 

 

T

 

Tappan, Lewis, abolitionist, “Ties That Bind: Farmington and Sierra Leone,” April 2002, 3

Tegloma, Mende organization, “Amistad Descendant Visits Farmington,” September 1998, 3

Templeton, William, “Howard Hunt Garmany,” Anne Reed, December 2003, 2

“Thirty Two Years of Farmington, From the Parsonage, Mary Twitchell Blakely,

“Early Farmington Enterprises,” Jean Johnson, February 2000, 4

Thomson, Asahel,

“The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 4

“Eli Todd, 1769-1833,” Ralph Arcari, June 2001, 4

Thomson, James, “A New Home,” May 1998, 1

Thomson, Jim, “Farmington’s Historic District,” Charles Leach, MD, April 2002, 3

Thomson, Thomas, Seven Pillars, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Thompson, Anne Welles, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall

Sussler, December 2004, 5

Thompson, John, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 4

Thompson, Thomas, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 3

Thompson, John, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 3

Thompson, Abigail, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 3-4

Thompson, Mercy, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 4

Thompson, Thomas Dr., “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall

Sussler, December 2004, 4

Thorp, Abigail, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 3-4

“Ties That Bind: Farmington and Sierra Leone,” April 2002, 1-3

Todd, Eli,

“As Long As a Meadow Fence,” Barbara Donahue, June 2002, 4

“FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 2-7

“The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler, December 2004, 4

“Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 2, 4

“As Long As a Meadow Fence,” Barbara Donahue, June 2002, 4

“Eli Todd, 1769-1833,” Ralph Arcari, June 2001, 4-5

“The Pest House,” March 1998, 2

Tofani’s Pharmacy, “From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,” Peter

Bartucca, April 2002, 7

Town Clerk, “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October 2001, 2-3

Town Hall,

“Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 2

Razed around 1960, “Early Farmington Enterprises,” Jean Johnson, February 2000, 5

“Town of Farmington, Highway Tools, November, 1869,” December 2001 4

Townshend, Catherine, “Greatest Generation, The,” Anne Reed, February 2003, 2-3

“Traffic Calming,” Charles Leach, MD, September 2000, 2

Traprock Ridges, “Ledges, Orchards and Springs,” Charles Leach, January 2006, 1-4

“A True Tale of New England Middle Age,” January 2006, 6

Treadwell, John,

“As Long As a Meadow Fence,” Barbara Donahue, June 2002, 4

“Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 6

Tunxis Indians,

“And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Descendants, “FHS to Welcome Visitors from Throughout the Nation:

The Amistad and Underground Railroad sites in Farmington continue to attract visitors,”

June 1999, 4-5

“FHS to Welcome Visitors from Throughout the Nation:

The Amistad and Underground Railroad sites in Farmington continue to attract visitors,”

June 1999, 5

Map of Connecticut Indian tribes, “Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,”

Charles Leach, MD, December 2000, 6

“Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” Charles Leach, MD,

December 2000, 4

“Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach MD, September 2000, 6-7

“The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall

Sussler, December 2004, 2

“Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach MD, September 2000, 6-7

Tunxis Library, “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 1-4

Tunxis Sepus,

“The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 2

“Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2002, 3

Tunxis Street, #2, “Farmington’s Historic District,” Charles Leach, MD, April 2002, 4

 

 

U

 

“Ulmus Americana Redux,” Charles Leach, March 2004, 2

Underground Railroad,

“And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

“Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,”

Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 4

“FHS Honored by Rogers African American Cultural Center;

Mende Descendants Return,” May 1998, 2-3

Hurlburt, Frederick, “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October 2001, 2

“Quilters Needed,” February 2000, 3

Union Hotel, “Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,” Arthur

Phinney, MD, September 2003, 3

Unionville Congregational Church, “Clover Pinney,” Betty Coykendall, April 2002, 5-6

UnionvilleMuseum, “Clover Pinney,” Betty Coykendall, April 2002, 5

Upson, Thomas, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

 

 

V

 

Valley Forge Elms,

“Elms Return to Farmington,” Charles Leach, MD, December 2001, 4

“Elms,” Charles Leach, MD, February 2000, 6

Verillo, Peter and Vincent, masons,

Vietnam War, “October 2005,  the Sixties and Seventies and the Impact of Vietnam at Miss

Porter’s School,” 4

Village Green, “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 3

Village Library, “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December 2001, 2

Village Library Company, “Julia Brandegee and the Tunxis Library,” Ann Arcari, December

2001, 2

Village Notes, “Early Farmington Enterprises,” Jean Johnson, February 2000, 5

Village of Beautiful Homes, “Attention All Green Book Owners,” April 2000, 3

Vorce, Allen Deming, “Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,”

Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 3

 

 

W

 

Wadsworth, Adrian,

“The Great Fire on Main Street,” October 2005, 2-3

“From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,” Peter

Bartucca, April 2002, 7

“Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 5

“Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April 2001, 4, 6

Wadsworth, Adrian Jr., “Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April 2001, 4

Wadsworth, Amos, “Notable Citizens from the Past: Doctor Timothy Hosmer, 1745,” Charles

Leach, MD, April 2001, 2

Wadsworth, Asahel, “This Old Old Old House,” Lois Wadsworth, March 2004, 5

Wadsworth family, This Old Old Old House,” Lois Wadsworth, March 2004, 5-7

Wadsworth, Frank, “Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April 2001, 6

Wadsworth, Fred, “Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April 2001, 6

Wadsworth, George, “Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April 2001, 6

Wadsworth, Harry,

“Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 3, 4

“Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April 2001, 6

Wadsworth, Harry and Ward, “The Great Fire on Main Street,” October 2005, 2-3

Wadsworth, Isabelle, “Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April 2001, 6

Wadsworth, Jerry,

“Farmington and the Amistad,” December 1997, 2

“Gifts for the Society,” February 2000, 3

“Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April

2001, 4

“Memento Mori: Preservation Efforts Underway,” December 2001, Charles

Leach, MD, 6

Wadsworth, John,

“This Old Old Old House,” Lois Wadsworth, March 2004, 5-6

“FHS to Welcome Visitors from Throughout the Nation:

The Amistad and Underground Railroad sites in Farmington continue to attract visitors,”

June 1999, 4-5

Wadsworth, June, “Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April 2001, 6

Wadsworth, Lois,

“First Selectman Winthrop Wadsworth’s Ledger,” Lois Wadsworth, February 2003, 5

“Gifts for the Society,” February 2000, 3

“Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” April 2001, 4-6

“The Great Fire on Main Street,” October 2005, 3

“This Old Old Old House,” March 2004, 5

“Town of Farmington, Highway Tools, November, 1869,” December 2001, 4

Lucy Anne and Winthrop, “Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April 2001, 4-6

Wadsworth Orchards, “Ledges, Orchards and Springs,” Charles Leach, January 2006, 3

Wadsworth, Theodore,

“Hospital Rock Families,” Charles Leach MD, May 2003, 3, 4

“Eli Todd, 1769-1833,” Ralph Arcari, June 2001, 5

Wadsworth, Thomas Hart, “Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April 2001, 4

Wadsworth, Ward, “Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April 2001, 6

Wadsworth, W.M., “The Great Fire on Main Street,” October 2005, 3

Wadsworth, William, “This Old Old Old House,” Lois Wadsworth, March 2004, 5-7

Wadsworth, Winthrop,

“First Selectman Winthrop Wadsworth’s Ledger,” Lois Wadsworth, February 2003, 5

“From Winthrop Wadsworth’s Ledger,” November 2002, 7

“Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April 2001, 4-6

“Town of Farmington, Highway Tools, November, 1869,” December 2001, 4

Walker Parcel, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 5

Walpole, Horace,

Williams, Richard, Annual Meeting, “Horace Walpole and Emerging America,” May 1998, 2

“Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Maggie Powell, October 2001, 4

Ward, Julia, “Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April 2001, 6

Ward, Lucy Anne, “Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April 2001, 4, 5

Warner, S.M.S., Mrs., “Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 5

Walsh, Fr. Henry T., “From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,” Peter

Bartucca, April 2002, 7

Warner, Andrew, Deacon, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Warner, Bruce, “Remarks by Lt. Cdr. Richard C. Noyes, May 28, 2001,” June 2001, 1-2

Warner, John, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

War of Independence, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD,

September 2002, 6

Washburn, Joseph, Rev., “Gifts to the Society,” April 2000, 3

Washington, George,

“Jean Baptiste, Compte de Rochambeau,” George Mason,

September 2004, 3-5

“Notable Citizens from the Past: Doctor Timothy Hosmer, 1745,” Charles Leach, MD,

April 2001, 2-3

Water conduits, “Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,”

Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 4

Waterman, Capt., “The Great Fire on Main Street,” October 2005, 3

Water Works, “Lucy Anne and WinthropWadsworth,” Lois Wadsworth, April 2001, 4

Waterville Road, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

“Way Down East,” Lillian Gish: ‘Way Down East,’ April 2001, 7

Waughwus, James, “Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach MD, September 2000, 7

Wawawis, Tunxis chief, “FHS to Welcome Visitors from Throughout the Nation:

The Amistad and Underground Railroad sites in Farmington continue to attract visitors,” June

1999, 5

Webster, Matthew, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

“The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler, December 2004, 2

Welles, Thomas, “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall

Sussler, December 2004, 2, 7

Wells, “Ledges, Orchards and Springs,” Charles Leach, January 2006, 2

Wells, Mabel, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 5

West District Preserve, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,”

April 2005, 7

West District Road, #78, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,”

April 2005, 7

West District Schoolhouse, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,”

April 2005, 7

West Woods section of Farmington, “Farmington Land Trust: Open Space as Context for

History,” April 2005, 7

Whaples, Wallace house, “The Great Fire on Main Street,” October 2005, 3

“Where Are the Elms?” April 2000, 3

Whitaker, Arline,

“Amistad Tours Continue,” December 2001, 4-5

“Memento Mori: Preservation Efforts Underway,” December 2001, Charles

Leach, MD, 6

White, Rev. Henry, “Dress and Custom,” November 2002, 7

Whitman, Lemuel, “Early Industries Along Diamond Glen Brook,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September

2002, 7

Whitman, Samuel, Rev., “Occom, Johnson and the Brothertown Migration,” Charles Leach, MD,

December 2000, 5

Whitman Place, “St. James Episcopal Church,” November 2002, Paul Ingram, 3

Wilbur Cross award, “’Black & White in a YankeeTown’ Wins Statewide Award,” January

1999, 1-2

Wilcox/Bushley Farm, Coppermine Road, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context

for History,” April 2005, 7

Wilcox, Henry O., “Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 5

Will Warren, “FarmingtonLand Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 6

Will Warren’s Den, “Farmington Land Trust: Open Space as Context for History,” April 2005, 6

Will Warren’s Den, “Ledges, Orchards and Springs,” Charles Leach, January 2006, 3

Williams, Austin,

“The Great Fire on Main Street,” October 2005, 3

“Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,”

Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 2-5

“Farmington: A Mecca for Amistad Pilgrims,” January 1999, 4

“Farmington and the Amistad,” December 1997, 2

FirstChurch of Christ, charge of “scandalous conduct,” “Austin Williams: An Enterprising

Farmington Citizen,” Arthur Phinney, MD, September 2003, 5

Williams, Catherine, “Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,” Arthur

Phinney, MD, September 2003, 5

Williams, Charles, “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October 2001, 2

Wilson, Ernest, Fr., “From Mission to Church: The Early Years of St. Patrick’s Parish,” Peter

Bartucca, April 2002, 7

Williams, Jeanette, “Austin Williams: An Enterprising and Dedicated Farmington Citizen,” Arthur

Phinney, MD, September 2003, 2

Williams, Richard, Annual Meeting, “Horace Walpole and Emerging America,” May 1998, 2

Wilson Spencer, “Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October 2001, 2

Wimpey, Elijah, “Tunxis Indians in Court,” Charles Leach MD, September 2000, 7

Wolcott, Gov., “The Welles Family’s Mark on Farmington and Its Canal, Joan Hall Sussler,

December 2004, 6

Wollenburg, Gustave, “Farmington’s Historic District Grows,” Charles Leach, March 2004, 3

“Women Who Have Made a Difference,” October 2001, 2

Woodruff, Judah,

“Notable Citizens from the Past: Doctor Timothy Hosmer, 1745,” Charles

Leach, MD, April 2001, 2-3

“Memento Mori: Preservation Efforts Underway,” December 2001, Charles Leach, MD, 6

World War II,

“Greatest Generation, The,” Anne Reed, February 2003, 2-3

“Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Peg Yung, October 2001, 3

“Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Maggie Powell, October 2001, 4

World War II memorabilia, “Message From the President,” Joanne Lawson, October 2001, 1

Wrights Wines & Liquors, “Tales from the Past,” January 1999, 6

Wyllis William, “Clover Pinney,” Betty Coykendall, April 2002, 5

 

 

X

 

 

Y

 

Yodkins, Charles, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Yodkins-MorinMemorial Park, “And the Answers Are,” Carol Leonard, June 1999, 6

Your Village Store,

“Women Who Have Made a Difference,” Maggie Powell, October 2001, 5

“Pilgrimage to Farmington,” February 2000, 7

Yung, Peg,

“An Amistad Summer,” September 2000, 4

“Antoinette Dunne: A Community’s Crusader,” February 2002, 3-4

“Bride Stealing,” January 2006, 5

“Farmington: A Mecca for Amistad Pilgrims,” January 1999, 4

“Farmington and the Amistad,” December 1997, 1-2

“Gifts for the Society,” February 2000, 3

“Sierra Leone: In Farmington Again,” October 2005, 1-2

Summer-Fall: A Freedom Trail Celebration, March 1998, 2

“Ties That Bind: Farmington and Sierra Leone,” April 2002, 1-2

“Message From the President, Joanne Lawson, Collections Care and Management, June

2002, 2

“Women Who Have Made a Difference,” October 2001, 2

 

 

Z