Give Someone You Love the Gift of Connecticut History
Due to Unexpected and Much–Appreciated Demand, We Are Awaiting the Arrival of More Copies of Creating Connecticut. We Expect Them Around December 20th, But Cannot Guarantee Delivery of Signed Copies by Christmas Day. We Will, However, Get All Orders Out the Day the Books Arrive.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ORDERS – AND YOUR PATIENCE.
Readers and critics love the 24 stories state historian Walt Woodward presents in his new book Creating Connecticut: Critical Moments That Shaped a Great State. Selected because they say something both interesting and important about our state’s past that is relevant to Connecticut today, these stories are the perfect way to introduce anyone to the fascinating world of Connecticut history.
For $30.00, we’ll send a signed and personalized copy of Creating Connecticut to your favorite history buff – and have it in the mail within 24 hours of receiving your order.
To pay by check, send name and address of recipient and preferred inscription (if any)to: Walt Woodward, 37 Route 87, Columbia CT 06237
To Pay by Credit Card, Call 860 218-4703, and we will take your order over the phone. Or, fill out form below and we will email you for recipient’s name and address information . Thank You
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About Creating Connecticut
Connecticut State Historian Walter Woodward helps us understand how people and events in Connecticut’s past played crucial roles in forming the culture and character of Connecticut today. Woodward, a gifted story-teller, brings the history we thought we knew to life in new ways, from the nearly forgotten early presence of the Dutch, to the time when Connecticut was New England’s fiercest prosecutor of witches, the decades when Nutmeggers were rapidly leaving the state, and the years when Irish immigrants were hurrying into it. Whether it’s his investigation into the unusually rough justice meted out to Revolutionary War hero Nathan Hale, or a peek into Mark Twain’s smoking habits, Creating Connecticut will leave you thinking about our state’s past––and its future––in a whole new way.