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Tech4U Faculty/Staff Guide to Technology At Central Connecticut State University By Information Technology Department Central Connecticut State University
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Faculty and Staff guide to technology at Central Connecticut State University.
Tech4U Student Guide to Technology At Central Connecticut State University By Information Technology Department
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Student Guide to technology at Central Connecticut State University. Learn about your BlueNet account, My.CCSU e-mail account, CentralPipeline, wireless access, and more.
Connecticut Fire Apparatus 2008 By Chuck Lowe
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44 Pages of full color fire apparatus photos taken in 2008 by Chuck Lowe. Each page has 2 large pictures. The publication is mostly posed apparatus in 3/4 sunlight but there are also some parade... More > shots. All photos were taken in decent sunlight using high quality digital equipment. Watch for a larger collection of all 2008 photos to be released in the coming months, in addition to individual states and the return of code 11 photography on smugmug.com< Less
The Central Five By Rosita Adams
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Five friends make an unexpected reunion thats disturbingly funny as well as ironic. Meet all five; a writer, a pornstar/father, a graphic designer,an artist/mother, and a factory owner in Vermont.
The Central Five By Rosita Adams
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Five friends make an unexpected reunion thats disturbingly funny as well as ironic. Meet all five; a writer, a pornstar/father, a graphic designer,an artist/mother, and a factory owner in Vermont.
The Descendants of Governor Thomas Welles of Connecticut and his Wife Alice Tomes, Combined Index By Kathryn Smith Black
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Gov. Thomas Welles came to New England in 1635, settling in Hartford in 1636 and moving to Wethersfield in 1646. Volume 3, Part C, for the first time publishes the sixth-generation descendants of... More > Gov. Welles through his daughter Sarah2 (Welles) Chester. Her descendants populated the towns of Northern Connecticut and Western Massachusetts and provided leadership during the Revolutionary War. The farmers, generals, judges, ministers, sheriff, Loyalists and Patriots, legislators and sea captains. This book is an index, combining the indexes in all other volumes to serve as a central research tool.< Less
Kerry's Covered Bridge Tours - South Central Western New Hampshire By Kerry Crouse
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This one day tour includes covered bridges in New Hampshire, USA West from Concord to the Connecticut River and North to Interstate 89. Use a Google link to plan your whole trip!
Marlow By Robert J. Relyea
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Murder in a small town attracts the attention of the nation. Now the television cameras and legal pundits descend upon central Connecticut to watch a local middle school girl, Alexis Marlow, stand... More > trial for the vicious crime. But there is more to the Marlow case than what is shown on TV. Alexis holds a secret so heinous it would shatter her world and everyone around it if it got out. The trial of the year has a story that isn't told from a newspaper.< Less
Marlow By Robert J. Relyea
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Murder in a small town attracts the attention of the nation. Now television cameras and legal pundits descend upon central Connecticut to watch a local middle school girl, Alexis Marlow, stand trial... More > for the vicious crime. But there is more to the Marlow case than what is shown on TV. Alexis holds a secret so heinous it would shatter her world and everyone around it if it got out. The trial of the year has a story that isn't told from a newspaper.< Less
Next Stop! Tips & Tales From A Train Commuter By Thomas W. Macdonald
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Welcome to train travel, meet the daily commuter and see how he differs from all others, and laugh at the real life stories. You probably think that riding a train is a simple thing to do. Just get... More > on, sit down, relax and enjoy the ride. Well, for many, that may be the case. But for those that ride the rails every day, they know that it is much more scientific. Does it matter what car to board? What seat to sit in? You may not think so. Or maybe it does.< Less