Writings, [19--].


Writings, [19--].

Vol. I: (166 p.): historical information on selected roads and title searches on properties in Madison and North Madison section of Madison, Conn., derived from land records; together with genealogical information on the inhabitants of these properties and 76 p. of historical records on 16 Madison families, also derived from land records, wills, and inventories. Vol. II (254 p.) for the North Madison and East River sections of Madison, Conn., concluding with photocopies of miscellaneous documents and awards pertaining to Helen Foster Snow. Vol. III: collection of assorted writings by Snow together with her interviews of people in Madison and Guilford, Conn., and biographical information on the interviewees; together with photocopies of publicity concerning Snow.

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Snow, Helen Foster, 1907-1997

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Author and genealogist; recipient of several international prizes; lived in China and Madison, Conn. From the description of The Guilford story; or, Menuncatuck Plantation : a dramatized history [and other works], 1974. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70971377 Helen Foster Snow was born on 21 September 1907 in Cedar City, Utah to Hannah Davis and John Foster. While in school, Helen studied Spanish, French, and Italian. Using this experience, she took the foreign service exams...