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Located at the intersection of the Connecticut and White River valleys, by the early 19th century, Hartford played an important role in the development of river travel. By mid-century, White River Junction, one of Hartford's villages, was the region's most important railroad center. Within other areas of Hartford, abundant waterpower allowed for substantial development of manufacturing. By the mid-20th century, two of the Northeast's most important new interstate highways crossed within Hartford's borders. Illustrated.
128 pp. 2009 P $21.99