Melvil Decimal System: 974.691
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Works under MDS 974.691
- Stamford Town Records, Volume 1, 1641-1723 by Paul R Finch
- The ancient historical records of Norwalk, Connecticut; with a plan of the ancient settlement, and of the town in 1847 by Edwin Hall
- Stamford: An Illustrated History by Estelle F. Feinstein
- The history of the Cove in Stamford, Connecticut by Jeanne Majdalany
- Stamford in the gilded age; the political life of a Connecticut town, 1868-1893 by Estelle F. Feinstein
- Stamford Revolutionary War damage claims by Ronald Marcus
- Fort Stamford: A concise study by Ronald Marcus
- Springdale remembered : the history of a section of Stamford, Connecticut, 1640-1949 by Rosemary H. Burns
- Genealogical references in Stamford, Ct. land records, volumes A thru O, 1666-1800 by Edith M. Wicks
- Dedication exercises of the Stratford Library, January 16, 1896 by Stratford Stratford Library, Conn
- Historic Neighbor News by Historic Neighborhood Preservation Program
- Dr. Jacob Nemoitin, 1880-1963 : Stamford's healer and humanitarian. by Stamford Historical Society
- Stamford 375 years strong, 1641-2016 commemorative book by Stamford 375 Steering Committe
- Stamford : 350 years, 1641-1991 by Robert Atwan
- History of Stamford, Connecticut, from its settlement in 1641, to the present time by E. B. Huntington
- Canaan parish, 1733-1933, being the story of the Congregational church of New Cannan, Connecticut, as told by the observance of its two hundredth anniversary, June 20 to December 20, 1933. Also the history and addresses of the Methodist Episcopal and St. Mark's churches given upon the occasion of their 100th and 150th anniversaries, respectively by Congregational Church*
- Stamford's first century of banking, 1834 to 1934 by Clarence W. [from old catalog] Bell
- Stamford Indian deeds and related documents, 1640-1701 by Ruth Sage Bennett
- The New Canaan Historical Society annual by New Canaan Historical Society.
- Once upon a long, long ridge : a memoir of a Connecticut community by John L. (John Le Roy) De Forest, 1916-
- General index to the land records of the town - city of Stamford, Connecticut by George R. Close
- A guide to God's Acre : a walking tour of New Canaan's Historic District neighborhood. by Mary Louise King
- Stamford historical sketches by Alfred Grant Walton
- First Presbyterian Church of New Canaan, Connecticut by Architects Philip Ives Faia
- The changing face of Stamford, Connecticut by Carl. Lobozza
- The early history of Long Ridge Village, 1700-1800 by Jeanne Majdalany
- Hand book of the Stamford Historical Society Incorporated. Lists of officers and committees articles of association -- by-laws -- gifts to the society -- financial statement -- list of members. by Stamford Historical Society
- Address by Rev. Charles M. Selleck, A.M., at the centenary of St. Paul's Church, Norwalk, Conn., July 15, 1886 by Charles Melbourne Selleck
- Stamford, Connecticut : pictures from the past by Carl. Lobozza
- The story of Stamford : historical address by Charles Davenport. Lockwood
- Ridgefield in review by Silvio A. Bedini
- Fort Stamford: 1977: Listed on the National Register of Historic Places by Fort Stamford Heritage Center
- The Stamford historian by Stamford Historical Society
- Ridgefield 1800 by Samuel Goodrich
- Journey through time : Stamford, Connecticut. by Carl. Lobozza
- Tea and sympathy : post-Revolutionary ceramics in the Stamford Historical Society / catalog prepared by Diana Edwards Roussel. by Diana Edwards Roussel, 1943-
- A history of the First Congregational Church of Ridgefield, 1712-1962 by Muriel R. [from old catalog] Hanson
- Stamford, past & present, 1641-1976 ; Stamford Revolutionary bicentennial, 1776-1976 by Stamford Bicentennial Committee
- Stamford women at work. by Joyce S. Pendery
- Stamford registration of births, marriages and deaths including every name, relationship and date now found in the Stamford registers from the first record down to the year 1825 by E. B. Huntington
- Official souvenir program of the 275th anniversary of the town of Stamford, Connecticut, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday June eight, nine, ten, eleven nineteen hundred and sixteen. by Stamford (Conn.)
- Stamford from Puritan to patriot : the shaping of a Connecticut community, 1641-1774 by Estelle F. Feinstein
- Connecticut tercentenary, 1635-1935 : program of events, places of interest ; Stamford, Connecticut, June 7th-14th 1935. by Tercentenary Commission of the State of Connecticut
- Stamford soldiers' memorial by E. B. Huntington
- Picturesque Stamford [Conn.] A souvenir of the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the settlement of the town of Stamford, containing an historical sketch, covering salient points of Stamford's history form 1641 to 1892 by Edward T. W. [from old catalog] Gillespie
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