Barkhamsted Lighthouse Reunion has been featured in:


March/April 2016 – Vol: XXXIX, No. 2 – Connecticut Preservation News – By: CT. TRUST for Historical Preservation (Sent to me via: Ken Feder)

Order of pages: 20 to 18 then 19 (started on back page)

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Continued from Pg 20 (Back page)

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2009 - Barkhamsted Lighthouse Archaeological Preservation Booklet
Click Link to download free:
Barkhamsted Lighthouse Archaeological Preserve – Barkhamsted Connecticut
(Link automatically  opens up to PDF format – free to view and download)
Note from Coni: I am on pg 23 in this book

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