The Connecticut

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This is the story of New England's longest river from its birth, some 15,000 years ago, as a small stream sculpted by glaciers in the last ice age through its long and colorful history as New England's greatest waterway. The river touches every New England state except Rhode Island, and played a pivotal role in the early history of the region. This book was originally published in 1947 as part of "The Rivers of North America" series, which included 65 books on American rivers. The author is Walter Hard. This edition was published by Mass Audubon and has an introduction by Thomas Conuel.