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Early Connecticut houses : an historical and architectural study

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Isham, Norman Morrison, 1864-1943; Brown, Albert F. (Albert Frederic), 1862-
Early Connecticut houses : an historical and architectural study
Providence, Rhode Island: Preston and Rounds Company, 1900
xiv, 303 p. : ill., map ; 24 cm.

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Contents

[Cover] Early Connecticut houses

[Half-title] Early Connecticut houses

[Title page] Early Connecticut houses, pp. [i]-[ii]

[Dedication], pp. [iii]-[iv]

Preface, pp. [v]-vi

[Contents] Contents, pp. [vii]-ix

[Contents] List of illustrations, pp. [x]-xiv

Chapter I: Introduction, pp. [1]-11

Chapter II: The earliest period in the Connecticut Colony, 1635-1675, pp. [12]-17

I. The John Clark house, pp. 18-20

II. The Gleason house, pp. 21-26

III. The Lewis house, pp. 27-28

IV. The Cowles house, pp. 29-30

V. The Whitman house, pp. 31-36

VI. The Moore house, pp. 37-39

VII. The Joseph Whiting house, pp. 40-43

VIII. The Dorus Barnard house, pp. 44-48

Chapter III: The second period in the Connecticut Colony, 1675-1700, pp. [49]-52

I. The Hollister house, pp. 53-57

II. The Patterson house, pp. 58-63

III. The John Barnard house, pp. 64-66

Chapter IV: The third period in the Connecticut Colony, 1700-1750, pp. [67]-69

I. The Barrett house, p. 70

II. The Meggatt house, pp. 71-75

III. The Sheldon Woodbridge house, pp. 76-82

IV. The Webb house, pp. 83-86

V. The Ebenezer Grant house, pp. 87-92

Chapter V: The earliest period in the New Haven Colony, 1638-1675, pp. [93]-96

I. The Theophilus Eaton house, pp. 97-111

II. The Henry Whitfield house, pp. 112-124

III. The Baldwin house, pp. 125-129

Chapter VI: The second period in the New Haven Colony, 1675-1700, pp. [130]-132

I. The Thomas Painter house, pp. 133-136

II. The Stowe house, pp. 137-139

III. The Goldsmith-Cleveland house, pp. 140-142

Chapter VII: The third period in the New Haven Colony, 1700-1750, pp. [143]-145

I. The Fiske-Wildman house, pp. 146-150

II. The Caldwell house, pp. 151-154

III, The Benjamin house, pp. 155-157

Chapter VIII: New London, pp. [158]-161

I. The Hempstead house, pp. 162-166

II. The Cady house, pp. 167-168

III. The Kinsman house, pp. 169-172

Chapter IX: Construction, p. [173]

I. Stone-work and brick-work, pp. [173]-199

II. Wood-work and framing, pp. 199-210

The frame, pp. 210-243

The covering, pp. 243-257

The interior, pp. 257-272

III. Iron-work, pp. 272-278

Appendix I: The Joseph Whiting house, pp. 279-281

Appendix II: The Webster houses, pp. 282-286

Appendix III: An inventory of the estate of the Honourable Theophilus Eaton, pp. 287-296

Index of names and places, pp. [297]-303 ff.

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