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Geer s Hartford City Directory

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The Charter and Ordinances of the City of Hartford and Other Laws and Resolutions Relating Thereto in Force March 1 1864

Author : Hartford (Conn.).
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Adriaen s Landing Hartford

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Hartford City Indiana Planning Studies

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Annual Report

Author : Indiana State Board of Health
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Contains also Proceedings of conferences of health officers, and lists of physicians.

Hartford s Ann Plato and the Native Borders of Identity

Author : Ron Welburn
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Upholds Ann Plato as a noteworthy nineteenth-century writer, while reexamining her life and writing from an American Indian perspective. Who was Ann Plato? Apart from circumstantial evidence, there’s little information about the author of Essays; Including Biographies and Miscellaneous Pieces, in Prose and Poetry, published in 1841. Plato lived in a milieu of colored Hartford, Connecticut, in the early nineteenth century. Although long believed to have been African American herself, she may also, Ron Welburn argues, have been American Indian, like the father in her poem “The Natives of America.” Combining literary criticism, ethnohistory, and social history, Welburn uses Plato as an example of how Indians in the Long Island Sound region adapted and prevailed despite the contemporary rhetoric of Indian disappearance. This study seeks to raise Plato’s profile as an author as well as to highlight the dynamics of Indian resistance and isolation that have contributed to her enigmatic status as a literary figure. Ron Welburn is Professor of English at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and the author of Roanoke and Wampum: Topics in Native American Heritage and Literatures.

Biennial Report of Secretary of State of the State of Indiana for the Two Years Ending October 31 to the Governor

Author : Indiana. Secretary of State
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Current Housing Reports American Housing Survey for the Hartford Metropolitan Area 2004

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Hartford in World War I

Author : David Drury
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When the United States Congress declared war in April 1917, Connecticut answered the call to arms. As the capital, Hartford was the hub of the state’s war effort. The city hosted major rallies and recruitment drives, and leaders from Hartford directed efforts to inspire patriotism and sacrifice. Allied needs for war materiel and goods were insatiable, and local manufacturers like Colt’s Patent Firearms Manufacturing Company worked around the clock to meet the demand. Men and women from the area battled in the trenches, volunteered in the hospitals and canteens and served in the air and on the high seas. A century later, this legacy of service and sacrifice is memorialized by local monuments. Author David Drury traces the extraordinary story of Hartford during World War I.

Documentary Journal of the General Assembly of the State Indiana

Author : Indiana
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