North Stonington Historical Society, Inc.
            1 Wyassup Road
               P.O.Box 134
   North Stonington, Connecticut 06359

    Cracker Barrel Chronicle I
George H. Stone, born in Clarks Falls on August 6, 1888, spent his childhood there and in Pawcatuck. In 1908 he returned to North Stonington with his uncle Frank Brown to run the village store _ Brown & Stone's on Main Street-  He shares his views of village life in North Stonington, CT.

         paperback  only
Reproduction North Stonington Map 1868  13"x19" sutible for framing   $25.00
with Business directory and school districts. 

From  Beers Atlas some names mentioned-
Clark, Edgecomb, Gallup, Hillard, Kinney, Main, Miner,Sisson, Steward, Wheeler, White, Vincent, Beebe, Chapman, Davis, Lewis, Park and Peabody.

Cemetery map of North Stonington 's Cemeteries
23"x30"  b/w map  $10.00    124 listed cemeteries
              Compiled and located by
    North Stonington HIstorical Society, Inc. and
    North Stonington Cemetery Commission
Federal Census for North Stonington
Years available  1850, 1860, 1870,             1880
$30.00 per year
Postcards  Available .25 or 5/$1.00

Portrait of Stephen Main Homestead (Historical Society)

George Stone postcards (old general store)          
The Raes     $5.00
Music, Dance and The Great Depression
by Anna N. Coit 
A local families life in North Stonington during the depression.
Note cards with North Stonington Historical Society logo  10 cards/envelopes  $3.00
History of North Stonington by Terry Bishop

An illustrated pamphlet of the history of North Stonington. This pamplet was published by the Historical Society to celebrate the Towns Bicentennial May 11,1807
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             Laurel Glen  by Robert B. McIntosh            $5.00 

An illustrated pamplet of the history of Laurel Glen.