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Through the Housatonic valley to the hills and homes of Berkshire

by Clark W. Bryan

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Published by Clark W. Bryan & co. in Great Barington, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • New England -- Description and travel.,
  • Berkshire County (Mass.) -- Description and travel.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Clark W. Bryan.
    ContributionsHousatonic Railroad.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination48 p. :
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23409446M
    LC Control Numbera 28000629

    Housatonic (ho͞osətŏn`ĭk), river rising in the Berkshires, W Mass., and flowing generally south c mi ( km) through W Connecticut to Long Island Sound at river has long been used as a source of power, with various hydroelectric plants in Connecticut. Housatonic River in guided canoe trips through the Berkshires and northwest Connecticut. And hundreds more joined Be RiverSmART, a Berkshire partnership with the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts using art and science to reduce polluted runoff from homes and gardens. April was “Be RiverSmart” month at the.

      Housatonic — It is a historical and literary landmark that is home to wildlife and dizzying vistas of the Housatonic Valley and beyond. Now more of Monument Mountain – which recei visitors a year — will be protected and accessible to the public, thanks to two local landowners, The Trustees of Reservations, the Massachusetts Department of Fish & Game, and the local community. The River and Its Valley The Housatonic River watershed is highly valued for its native biodiversity, distinct habitats, and natural beauty. A remarkably high number of state-listed plants and animals () occur in low elevations of the Housatonic River watershed. Only 15 percent of the land area in the watershed that is below.

      GREAT BARRINGTON — A new downtown venue has bolstered the attendance of the Housatonic Valley Art League's annual juried show. For nearly 40 years, the arts league held summer shows in Sheffield, staging its first juried exhibition in But as the increasingly popular July and August exhibitions grew, a lack of available space prompted the artists group to head north. The Berkshire Hills Route April 2 at PM After spending the first part of the day on an MP15, spent the second part of the day chasing one, thanks to a heads up from Dave Jacobs that the was leading NX I felt it nessasary to head over as it rarely leads north of Canaan, so a nice little chase from Housatonic to Lenox in the sun 5/5(1).


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Inside you will find a collection of short stories that are satirical observations of problems in today's political and cultural landscapes. Each story takes place in an alternate universe involving everything from dysfunctional societies to animals with human characteristics facing cultural difficulties.

If you would like to read a unique take on the contemporary problems that are seeping. The Berkshire Hills are in Berkshire County at the western end of Massachusetts. They are actually three separate mountain ranges, separated by the valleys of the Housatonic River in the south and the Hoosic River in the north.

East of the valleys a hilly plateau rising as high as 2,' extends eastward toward the Connecticut River. Beyond the limits of Berkshire County it is known as the. IN rural Cornwall Bridge, at the crossing of two winding country roads with the Berkshire Hills as a backdrop, a white farmhouse serves as the home of the Housatonic Valley Association.

The Berkshire Hills geographically are merely that portion of the great Appalachian chain which lies in western Massachusetts. But no hills amid which people have lived long can be considered merely as geography, nor even chiefly as geography. They color the life which goes on in their valleys and on their slopes, and that life in turn colors them.

HOUSATONIC RIVER VALLEY HOW TO BEGIN Begin your research using the books and clippings from the library's local history collection. There are research databases that contain journal, newspaper and reference book articles, as well as images and videos by visiting the library website.

Helpful Hint: Newspaper databases are strongly recommended for the project. Housatonic Railroad, Berkshire Hills (Mass.)--Description and travel, New England--Description and travel, Summer resorts--New England, Hotels--New England Publisher Housatonic Railroad Collection lenoxlibrary; regionaldigitizationmass; americana Digitizing sponsor Federally funded with LSTA funds through the Massachusetts Board of Library.

for your consideration, here is anoriginal housantonic valley regional high school yearbook, the white oak, from falls village, connecticut. excellent condition and clean.

personal checks must Rating: % positive. Bound on the east by the Berkshire Hills and on the west by the Taconic Range, the Housatonic River gives it life. This place has played a pivotal role in the political, religious, industrial, and cultural history of the region and the nation.

For 27 years the Housatonic Valley Association has worked for its conservation and celebrated its importance with its annual auction for the environment. “The Housatonic River is miles long and extends from Pittsfield, Massachusetts, through western Connecticut to Stratford,” explained Lynn Werner, HVA executive director.

The Berkshire Hills Route. likes. The Berkshire Hills Route miision is to remember the fallen Flags of yesterday. Like B&A. B&M. NYC, PC ete.5/5(1). The Berkshire Hills are in Berkshire County at the western end of Massachusetts.

They are actually three separate mountain ranges, separated by the valleys of the Housatonic River in the south and the Hoosic River in the north.

East of the valleys a hilly plateau rising as high as 2, ft ( m) extends eastward toward the Connecticut River. NOTE: For the health and safety of our staff and visitors, no guides can be mailed and no Guide will be produced.

For the most up-to-date information please utilize this website as it is updated daily and will be your best guide to when and how the Berkshires will reopen for visitors. View the Guide. In Connecticut, where they are referred to as the Litchfield Hills, they extend east from the upper Housatonic River valley in the northwest part of the state.

Geologically, the Berkshires are bordered on the west by the Taconic Mountains, the marble valleys of the Hoosic River and Housatonic River and, further south, by the Hudson Highlands Elevation: 2, ft ( m).

You are the heart and soul of this great River Valley. For 75 years, the passion of our members and friends has poured through the western hills of the Berkshires and trout streams of the Harlem Valley’s Ten Mile Watershed, across the fi elds and forests of the Litchfi eld Hills .Protects The Housatonic River & Its Watershed Housatonic Valley Association P.O.

Box 28 Cornwall Bridge, CT Phone: —AND— Housatonic Valley Association P.O. Box South Lee, MA Phone: The Housatonic Valley Association, founded inworks to conserve the natural character and environmental health of our communities by. Photo Gallery | Housatonic Valley Art League Art Show GREAT BARRINGTON — The Housatonic Valley Art League's nomadic summer tour returns to Stockbridge Road with what one of the largest, most diversified juried exhibitions in its year history.

The show that opened last week and runs through J displays paintings from 47 local artists located in space at Berkshire Home .