Old North Burial Ground Pamphlet - Record of names and dates of people buried in the Old North
Burial Ground in Vernon Connecticut.
Commemorative and Biographical Record of Tolland County, Chicago: J. H. Beers, 1903. Lutz, Hazel. Vernon Vignettes vol.1 1970.Short descriptions of local landmarks and significant people. Lutz, Hazel P. Vernon Vignettes, vol.2. 1976.Vernon Historical Society. 76 p.Short stories of Vernon's past.
Prescott, Celia E. Vernon and Rockville In the Olden Time - 26 pages. Early local history
published in the early 20th century.
Vital Records Of Bolton To 1854 And Vernon To 1852. 291 p. Connecticut Historical
Society. (1909) Lists births, deaths and marriages and includes early Colonial laws and
detailed Bolton patent.
Smith, Harry Conklin. A Century Of Vernon, CT 1808-1908. Prepared and published for Vernon's
Centennial in 1908. History of Vernon's first 100 years drawing on contemporary sources.
"The Communications Museum that Wouldn't Quit"
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"Water Powered Mill Sites in Vernon, Connecticut"
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