Towns in transition

Elan, G.
March 1990
Yankee;Mar90, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p134
Book Review
Reviews several books on communities in New England. `In Pursuit of Paradise: History of the Town of Stratford, Connecticut,' by Lewis G. Knapp; `Kennebunkport Scrapbook Vol. II,' by Joyce Butler; `A Testing Time: Crisis and Revival in Nashua,' by Stephen Winship; Others.


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