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White River Junctions: Empires of Flour, Steel and Ambition
This history of White River Junction tells the story of a small Vermont river town as it relates to the history of the country at large. The village was settled at the junction of two rivers. Two rairoad lines replaced the river traffic and now two interstates converge at the same point. This volume shows how the town changed as the means of transportation changed. The lives of four local residents reflect the influence of technology, culture and economics. Sources.
328 pp. 2010 P $16.95