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CT Landmarks “Hung Out to Dry?”

“The curing shed of the New England tobacco fields is the area’s most characteristic architectural form, and it is fast vanishing from the agricultural landscape,” writes James F. O’Gorman in the September 17th Hartford Courant.
“Hung out to Dry,” his commentary on the historic value of Connecticut’s curing sheds and strategies to preserve these structures, is available at

Now Available–History Matters

History Matters: Patriarchy and the Challenge of Feminism Judith M. Bennett 224 pages | 6 x 9 Cloth 2006 | ISBN 0-8122-3946-6 | $49.95 | £32.50 Not for sale in… READ MORE

Now Available–Joachim du Bellay

Joachim du Bellay: "The Regrets," with "The Antiquities of Rome," Three Latin Elegies, and "The Defense and Enrichment of the French Language." A Bilingual Edition Richard Helgerson, Editor and Translator… READ MORE

Now Available–Troubled Experiement

Troubled Experiment: Crime and Justice in Pennsylvania, 1682-1800 Jack D. Marietta and G. S. Rowe 368 pages | 6 x 9 Cloth Sep 2006 | ISBN 0-8122-3955-5 | $59.95 |… READ MORE