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Appendix C: References

179th Co. C.C.C. Voluntown Conn. Postcard of gateway. N.p.: n.p., [c. 1937].
(See Mount Misery.)

179th Co. C.C.C. Voluntown. Conn. Postcard of camp interior. N.p.: n.p., [c. 1937].
(See Mount Misery.)

"1931 Map of Land in Hopkinton, R.I. Belonging to Rhode Island Boy Scouts: 575 Acres." Map. 1931.

"A Growing Industry: The Silica Works at Lantern Hill." Day [New London] 14 Jan. 1884: p. 4.

Aeroplane View of Tamarack Lodge and a Few of the Buildings. Postcard. [Voluntown]: [Tamarack Lodge], [c. 1940s].
(See Postcards from Beach Pond.)

Altamura, Robert J. "Tectonics of the Lantern Hill Fault, Southeastern Connecticut: Embryonic Rifting of Pangea Along the Central Atlantic Margin." The Great Rift Valleys of Pangea in Eastern North America. Ed. Peter M. Letourneau and Paul E. Olsen. Vol. 1. New York: Columbia UP, 2003. pp. 65-79. 2 vols.
(May be purchased from Columbia University Press. Library search.)

---. "Tectonics, Wall-Rock Alteration and Emplacement History of the Lantern Hill Giant Quartz Lode, Avalonian Terrane, Southeastern Connecticut." Guidebook for Field Trips in Eastern Connecticut and the Hartford Basin. Ed. Nancy W. McHone. Hartford: State Geological and Natural Hist. Survey of Connecticut, 1995. pp. E1-E36.
(Library search.)

Aron, Jay. "RE: Escoheag Hill Fire Tower." Electronic mail to David R. Brierley. 20 Sep. 2012.

"At Camp Bill Cody, Sandy Beach Camp Yawgoog, 1941, Dress Parade." Photograph of parade with Troop 52 truck on Tim O'Neil Field.
(See Orange Trail - Part II.)

Anthony, H. Cushman. Letter to David R. Brierley. 9 Nov. 1990.

---. Letter to David R. Brierley. 15 Feb. 1991.

---. Letter to David R. Brierley. 13 Mar. 1991.

---. Letter to David R. Brierley. 30 Mar. 1991.

---. Letter to David R. Brierley. 11 Nov. 1991.

---. Letter to David R. Brierley. 27 Nov. 1991.

Appalachian Mountain Club. Massachusetts and Rhode Island Trail Guide. 7th ed. Ed. Jeff Wulfson. Boston: Appalachian Mountain Club, 1995.
(Out of print. Subsequent edition is Massachusetts Trail Guide. Library search, Rhode Island libraries.)

"Beach Pond Day: A Rural Carnival of Southern New England." Boston Daily Globe 2 July 1883: p. 5.
(May be purchased online from The Boston Globe.)

Beach Pond, Hope Valley, R. I. Postcard. Hope Valley: Hope Supply, [c. 1909].
(See Postcards from Beach Pond.)

Beach Pond Lake, on which Tamarack Lodge is Situated, is a Crystal-clear Lake about 3 Miles Long. Postcard. New York: Emmerson, [c. 1950s].
(See Postcards from Beach Pond.)

Beach Pond Voluntown, Conn.: View of Beach, and Sauna Baths at Camp Ainola, Voluntown, Conn. Postcard. Cheshire: Scofield, [c. 1965].
(See Postcards from Beach Pond.)

Blakeslee, Marion. History of Voluntown 1796-1917. Voluntown: Campbell, 1971.
(Available on paper at the Voluntown Library.)

Blue Pond, Hope Valley, R. I. Postcard. Cambridge: Colourpicture, [c. 1944].
(See Seven Pond Path - Part II.)

Booth, Phil. Yawgoog Scout Reservation: Narragansett Council, Boy Scouts of America, 1210 Acres, Rockville, R.I. 02873. Map. [Providence]: Narragansett Council, 1975.
(For access to this document, please contact Narragansett Council.)

"Boy Scouts Outguess Hardboiled Engineers." Evening Bulletin [Providence] 26 Aug. 1933, final ed.: p. 3.

"Bozrah's Healing Waters: A Wonderful Medicinal Spring in Eastern Connecticut" New Haven Evening Register 5 Apr. 1880: p. 4.

Bucklin Lodge, Camp Yawgoog, Rockville, R. I. Postcard of stone structure. [Providence]: [Narragansett Council], [c. 1937].
(See Orange Trail - Part I.)

Bucklin Lodge, Camp Yawgoog, Rockville, R.I. Postcard of wooden structure, now Sharpe Lodge. [Providence]: [Narragansett Council], [c. 1930].
(See Orange Trail - Part I.)

Bucklin Waterfront - Camp Yawgoog. Postcard. Milwaukee: Machleith, [c. 1930].
(See Orange Trail - Part I.)

Butler, Eva L. "The Brush or Stone Memorial Heaps of Southern New England." Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut 19 (1946): pp. 2-12.
(Library search.)

Camp Ainola - Voluntown, Conn. Postcard. Chicago: National, [c. 1950s].
(See Postcards from Beach Pond.)

Camp Hospital: Camp Yawgoog. Postcard. Milwaukee: Machleith, [c. 1930].
(See Orange Trail - Part I.)

Carbone, Gerald M. "N. Stonington Dropped as Top N-Waste Dump Site." Providence Journal 27 June 1991, final city ed.: p. B7.

---. "Nuclear Dump Sites Proposed in Conn. Are Opposed by Officials of 2 Towns." Providence Journal 26 Feb. 1992, South County ed.: pp. E1-E2.

Caulkins, Frances Manwaring. History of New London, Connecticut: From the First Survey of the Coast in 1612, to 1860. New London: Utley, 1895.
(Available online at Google Book Search.)

Chenery, William H. The Fourteenth Regiment: Rhode Island Heavy Artillery (Colored,) in the War to Preserve the Union, 1861 - 1865. Providence: Snow, 1898.
(Available online at Google Book Search.)

Christensen, Linda. Voluntown History. Rev. ed. Voluntown: Christensen, 2006.
(Available on paper at the Voluntown Library.)

Clauson, J. Earl. These Plantations. Providence: Roger Williams, 1937.
(Library search, Rhode Island libraries.)

"The Composite Camper at Yawgoog." Providence Sunday Journal 4 Feb. 1940, sec. VI: p. 1.

Connecticut Forest and Park Association. Connecticut Walk Book East. 19th ed. Ed. Ann T. Colson and Cindi D. Pietrzyk. Rockfall: Connecticut Forest and Park Assn., 2005.
(Library search.)

Corp, Sophie C. "Narragansett Trail Extended." Appalachia Bulletin May 1938: p. 129.
(Library search.)

Crandall, Katharine B. The Fine Old Town of Stonington: A Historical Tribute to the Founders and Their Descendants. Westerly: Utter, 1949.
(Library search, Rhode Island libraries.)

Den Ouden, Amy E. Beyond Conquest: Native Peoples and the Struggle for History in New England. Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 2005.
(May be purchased from Amazon.com and the University of Nebraska Press. Library search.)

Dench, Ernest A. "Ever Tried Rhode Island?" Nature Magazine Feb. 1936: p. 124.
(Library search, Rhode Island libraries.)

Detwiller, Frederick K. "Vandalism in Connecticut." Letter. Hartford Courant 3 Oct. 1922: p. 14.
(May be purchased online from The Hartford Courant.)

Donohue, John, and Michael Petersen. "Devils in Connecticut." Hartford Courant 21 July 1974: p. 12G (magazine).
(May be purchased online from The Hartford Courant.)

Drummond, Cynthia. "Dry Earth: Is Hopkinton's 'Best Kept Secret' Lost?" Westerly Sun 4 July 2011: p. A1+.
(May be purchased online from The Westerly Sun.)

---. "Hope for Blue Pond: Dry Pond Closer to Renewal." Westerly Sun 19 Dec 2011: p. A1+.
(May be purchased online from The Westerly Sun.)

"Dynamite Exploded in His Pocket." New Haven Evening Register 17 Dec. 1888, last ed.: p. 4.

Fagin, Steve. "Moving Rocks with the Big Boys: A Lesson in Bridge Building." Sports Blogs. The Day, 27 Oct. 2012. Web. Accessed 20 Jan. 2014 <http://www.theday.com/article/20121027/INTERACT010102/121029777>.

Forbes, Paul. Letter to David R. Brierley. 7 Mar. 1991.

---. Letter to David R. Brierley. 26 Feb. 1994.

Griswold, S. S. Historical Sketch of the Town of Hopkinton: From 1757 to 1876, Comprising a Period of 119 Years. Hope Valley: Cole, 1877.
(Available online at Google Book Search.)

Grotz, George. This Bold Corner. Old Lyme: Lyme House, 1957.
(Library search.)

Hale, Charles R., comp. Headstone Inscriptions: Town of Voluntown, New London County, Connecticut. Hartford: Hale, 1933.
(Available online at CTGenWeb.)

Haynes, Williams, and James Boylan. Stonington Chronology. 2nd ed. Chester: Pequot, 1976.
(Library search, Rhode Island libraries.)

Heermance, Edgar L., comp. The Connecticut Guide: What to See and Where to Find It. Hartford: Emergency Relief Commission, 1935.
(Available online at the Internet Archive.)

"Hewitt Pond Bridge Installation." Stream Lines Sep. 2007: pp. 1+.

Hickox, Charles F., and Elly Heyder. Walks in the Watershed: A Hiker's Guide to Southwestern Rhode Island and Adjacent Connecticut. Hope Valley: Wood-Pawcatuck Watershed Assn., 2010.
(May be purchased from the Wood-Pawcatuck Watershed Association and Ure Outfitters. Rhode Island library search.)

Hill, John, and Mark Reynolds. "Blue Pond Dam Collapse One of Few in R.I." Providence Journal 8 Apr. 2010: p. A11.

Hochholzer, William. Forest Management Plan, 2013 through 2023: Pachaug State Forest, Wyassup Block. Hartford: Connecticut Dept. of Energy and Environmental Protection, 2013.
(Available online at CTDEEP.)

Hogan, Michael. "Do Pebbles Really Help If You're Thirsty? A Scoutmaster's Take on 'Moonrise Kingdom.'" Interview with Amanda Fiegl. NationalGeographic.com. 7 June 2012. National Geographic Soc. Web. Accessed 9 June 2012 <http://voices.nationalgeographic.com/2012/06/07/do-pebbles-really-help-if-youre-thirsty-a-scoutmasters-take-on-moonrise-kingdom/>.

"Hopkinton, Washington County, R.I." Map. Atlas of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations: From Actual Surveys and Official Records. Philadelphia: Beers, 1870. p. 125.
(Available online from the Rhode Island USGenWeb Genealogy and History Project.)

House, Kirk W. Hopkinton. Charleston: Arcadia, 2004.
(May be purchased from Amazon.com and Arcadia Publishing. Library search, Rhode Island libraries.)

Howe, Peter J. "Stones as Farmers' Aid?" Boston Globe 3 Nov. 1995: pp. 21+.
(May be purchased online from The Boston Globe.)

Huden, John C. Indian Place Names of New England. New York: Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1962.
(Available online at the Internet Archive.)

Hughes, Arthur H., and Morse S. Allen. Connecticut Place Names. Hartford: Connecticut Hist. Soc., 1976.
(Library search.)

Hurd, D. Hamilton, comp. History of New London County, Connecticut. Philadelphia: Lewis, 1882.
(Library search, Rhode Island libraries.)

James, Russell H. The Making of a Connecticut Town. Rev. ed. Voluntown: James, 1996.
(Available on paper at the Voluntown Library. Library search.)

Jett, Stephen C. "Cairn and Brush Travel Shrines in the United States Northeast and Southeast." Northeast Anthropology 48 (1994): pp. 61-67.
(Library search.)

Karr, Kathleen. "Hooray for Providence, Wilkes-Barre, Saranac Lake -- and Hollywood." The American Film Heritage: Impressions from the American Film Institute Archives. Ed. Kathleen Karr. Washington: Acropolis, 1972. pp. 104-109.
(Library search.)

Kenyon, M. Herbert. Greenfalls Views: No' 1 Modern Sawmill. Stereograph. Ashaway: Kenyon, [c. 1875].
(See Green Fall Pond Area - Part I.)

---. Greenfalls Views: Voluntown, Conn.. Stereograph. [Ashaway]: Kenyon, [c. 1875].
(See Green Fall Pond Area - Part II.)

Langworthy, B.P. "Town of Hopkinton." Annual Report of the Commissioner of Public Schools of Rhode Island: 1873. Fourth Annual Report of the Board of Education Together With the Twenty-Ninth Annual Report of the Commissioner of Public Schools of Rhode Island. Rhode Island Dept. of Public Instruction. Providence: Board of Education, 1874. Appendix pp. 196-200.
(Available online at Google Book Search.)

Lantern Hill, Connecticut. Postcard. Providence: Rhode Island News, [c. 1907].
(See Postcards from Lantern Hill.)

Lantern Hill Ledyard Conn. Postcard. N.p.: n.p., [c. 1921].
(See Postcards from Lantern Hill.)

Lantern Hill Pond. Postcard. N.p.: n.p., [c. 1907].
(See Postcards from Lantern Hill.)

Lantern Hill Pond from Top of Hill, near Norwich & Westerly Trolley Road. Postcard. Westerly: Nash, [c. 1911].
(See Postcards from Lantern Hill.)

Lantern Hill Pond, Mystic, Conn. Postcard of house. Cambridge: Tichnor, [c. 1926].
(See Postcards from Lantern Hill.)

Lantern Hill Pond, Mystic, Conn. Postcard of island. Providence: Rhode Island News, [c. 1907].
(See Postcards from Lantern Hill.)

Lantern Hill Pond, Old Mystic, Conn. Postcard. N.p.: n.p., [c. 1908].
(See Postcards from Lantern Hill.)

Lantern Hill Road. Postcard. N.p.: n.p., [c. 1907].
(See Postcards from Lantern Hill.)

Larned, Ellen D. History of Windham County, Connecticut. Vol. 1. Thompson: Larned, 1874. 2 vols.
(Available online at Google Book Search.)

---. History of Windham County, Connecticut. Vol. 2. Thompson: Larned, 1880. 2 vols.
(Available online at Google Book Search.)

LeClair, Christine. "Re: Location of the Phillips Cemetery." Electronic mail to David R. Brierley. 25 Apr. 2010.

Leonard, Elsie S. M. "Narragansett Trail." Appalachia Dec. 1939: pp. 562-563.
(Library search.)

---. "Sunday, March 9." Appalachia Bulletin Mar. 1941: p. 73.
(Library search.)

Lloyd, Sheelagh. "Diseases Caused by Protozoa." Veterinary Notes for Horse Owners. 18th ed. Ed. M. Horace Hayes and Roy Knightbridge. New York: Simon, 2002. pp. 501-510.
(Library search. See Encroachment Issues.)

Lower End, Blue Pond, Hope Valley, R. I. Postcard. Cambridge: Colourpicture, [c. 1938].
(See Seven Pond Path - Part II.)

Lutynski, Matthew L., comp. The Yawgoog Story: Volume III. Ed. Judy A. Ferrante. Web. Accessed 1 July 2013 <http://www.yawgoog.org/uploads/6/8/4/2/68426127/yawgoog_story_-_vol_iii.pdf>.

Lybeck Dam, Beach Pond, Conn. Postcard. Chicago: Teich, [1937].
(See Postcards from Beach Pond.)

Lybecks Steam Bath and Power House, Beach Pond, Conn. Postcard. Chicago: Teich, [1937].
(See Postcards from Beach Pond.)

Main Yawgoog Scout Camps: Boy Scouts of America, 1000 Acres, Rockville, R. I.. Map. [Providence]: [Narragansett Council], [c. 1954].
(For access to this document, please contact Narragansett Council.)

Map of Windham County, Connecticut. Philadelphia: Woodford, 1856.
(Available online from the University of Connecticut Libraries - Map and Geographic Information Center.)

McNamara, Eileen. "A Time of Tales and Hauntings in Hell Hollow." Day [New London] 26 Oct. 2003: p. A1+.
(Available online from The Day. See Hell Hollow.)

Millard, Lawrence S. "Rocky Bluffs Overlook Ell Pond." 25 Walks in Rhode Island: A Hiker's Guide to Trails from Buck Hill to Block Island. Ken Weber. Somersworth: New Hampshire, 1978. p. 23.
(Library search, Rhode Island libraries.)

Moonrise Kingdom. Dir. Wes Anderson. Focus Features, 2012.

Moonrise Kingdom: Original Soundtrack. Liner notes. ABKCO, 2012. N. pag.
(May be purchased from Amazon.com.)

Moore, James. "Re: Yawgoog Hiking Trails." Electronic mail to David R. Brierley. 22 Oct. 2002.

Moosup Sheet. Map. 1893. Washington: US Geological Survey, 1921.
(1932 reprint available online at the University of New Hampshire - see the southeast corner.)

"Moving 30 Families to Better Land: Federal Government Buying Connecticut Area Larger than Hartford for Forest Uses." Hartford Courant 18 Oct. 1935: pp. 1+.
(May be purchased online from The Hartford Courant.)

Munro, Wilfred H. Picturesque Rhode Island. Providence: Reid, 1881.
(Available online at the Internet Archive.)

Murphy, Mekado. "Below the Line: Designing 'Moonrise Kingdom'." The Carpetbagger: The Awards Season Blog of The New York Times. The New York Times, 16 Jan. 2013. Web. Accessed 31 Jan. 2013
<http://carpetbagger.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/01/16/below-the-line-designing-moonrise-kingdom/?_r=0>.

Narragansett Council, BSA. Camp Yawgoog: 2003 Leaders Guide. [Providence]: Narragansett Council, 2003.
(For access to this document, please contact Narragansett Council.)

Naylor, Donita. "It'll Be No Day at the Beach: Exeter Pond Off Limits to Swimming." Providence Journal 16 May 2008: pp. B1-B2.

"Neighborhood Change in Connecticut, 1934 to Present." University of Connecticut Libraries Map and Geographic Information Center - MAGIC. Web. Accessed 22 Apr. 2013 <http://magic.lib.uconn.edu/mash_up/1934.html>.

Park, Moses. Plan of the Colony of Connecticut in North America. Map. [New London?]: [General Assembly?], 1766.
(Available online from the University of Connecticut Libraries - Map and Geographic Information Center.)

Pease, John C., and John M. Niles. A Gazetteer of the States of Connecticut and Rhode-Island: Written with Care and Impartiality, from Original and Authentic Materials. Hartford: Marsh, 1819.
(Available online at Google Book Search.)

Philips, David E. Legendary Connecticut: Traditional Tales from the Nutmeg State. 2nd ed. Willimantic: Curbstone, 1992.
(Library search, Rhode Island libraries.)

Phillips, Daniel L. Griswold -- A History: Being a History of the Town of Griswold, Connecticut, from the Earliest Times to the Entrance of Our Country into the World War in 1917. New Haven: Tuttle, 1929.
(Library search.)

Postcard of tents in a rocky field. [Providence]: [Greater Providence Council], [c. 1919].
(See Appendix B: The Original Campgrounds.)

"Prophecies from Lantern Hill: Inspirations of a Sun Worshipper Who Lies on His Back." New Haven Evening Register 28 Aug. 1896: p. 3.

"Professor's Proposal Would Put Airport near Pond in Foster." Providence Journal 10 May 1992: p. C4.

Quinn, Alonzo W. Rhode Island Geology for the Non-Geologist. 2nd ed. Kingston: Rhode Island Natural History Survey, 1997.
(Library search, Rhode Island libraries.)

Rhode Island. Dept. of Environmental Management. "2010 Annual Report to the Governor on the Activities of the DAM SAFETY PROGRAM." [21 Apr 2011].
(Available online from RIDEM.)

---. "DEM Announces that Changes to Beach Pond Include Closing Swimming Area: Hiking, Fishing, Boating Access Still Available." News release. 13 May 2008.
(Available online from RIDEM.)

---. "Notice of Violation: In Re: Ashville Corporation, Greene Plastics Corporation." [12 Aug 2010].
(Available online from RIDEM.)

---. Park and Management Area Rules and Regulations. Providence: RIDEM, 2010.
(Available online from RIDEM.)

Rhode Island. Dept. of Public Works. "RISWHPS Cont. 3903 1313." [Rhode Island State-wide Highway Planning Survey Contract 3903] Aerial photograph dated 25 May 1939.
(Available online from the Rhode Island Geographic Information System at RIGIS.)

---. "RISWHPS Cont. 3903 1315." [Rhode Island State-wide Highway Planning Survey Contract 3903] Aerial photograph dated 25 May 1939.
(Available online from the Rhode Island Geographic Information System at RIGIS.)

---. "RISWHPS Cont. 3903 1319." [Rhode Island State-wide Highway Planning Survey Contract 3903] Aerial photograph dated 25 May 1939.
(Available online from the Rhode Island Geographic Information System at RIGIS.)

Rhode Island. General Laws. Section 11-44-1(a). Web. Accessed 19 Jan 2010 <http://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/TITLE11/11-44/11-44-1.HTM>.

---. General Laws. Section 37-15-3(4). Web. Accessed 19 Jan 2010 <http://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/TITLE37/37-15/37-15-3.HTM>./p>

Rhode Island. Historical Cemetery Commission. "Cemetery Number HP079." Rhode Island Historical Cemeteries. Web. Accessed 14 May 2014 <http://www.rihistoriccemeteries.org/newsearchcemeterydetail.aspx?ceme_no=HP079>.

Rhode Island. Historical Preservation Commission. Historic and Architectural Resources of West Greenwich, Rhode Island: A Preliminary Report. Providence: RIHPC, 1978.
(Available online from the Rhode Island Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission.)

Rhode Island. State Planning Board. Map of a Portion of Connecticut and Rhode Island Showing Narragansett Trail. 1937. Connecticut Walk Book. Ed. Connecticut Forest and Park Association. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Assn., 1937. Opposite p. 104.
(Library search.)

Richmond, Gerald M. The Geologic Story of Yawgoog Scout Reservation. 2nd ed. Providence: Narragansett Council, 1975.
(For access to this document, please contact Narragansett Council.)

Robinson, William F. Abandoned New England: Its Hidden Ruins and Where to Find Them. Boston: New York Graphic Soc., 1976.
(Library search, Rhode Island libraries.)

Roche, John P. "Greenfalls Dam." Lonergan Log Feb. 1940: N. pag. Civilian Conservation Corps Camp Papers: Company 0179 fiche 1.
(Microfiche may be purchased from the Center for Research Libraries.)

Rowland, Christopher. "Ashville Pond Closed to Swimmers." Providence Journal 13 July 1989, South County ed.: pp. B1-B2.

---. "Council Douses Bid to Reopen Ashville Pond Beach." Providence Journal 8 Aug. 1989, South County ed.: pp. E1-E2.

Sailing on Beach Pond. Postcard. Hope Valley: Hope Supply, [c. 1910].
(See Postcards from Beach Pond.)

Segar, Gladys, and Betty Solomon. Water Power Revisited: A Circle of Dam Sites Along the Wood and Pawcatuck Rivers. Hope Valley: Langworthy Public Library, 1980.
(Library search, Rhode Island libraries.)

Services at the Cathedral: Camp Yawgoog. Postcard. [Providence]: [Narragansett Council], [c. 1929].
(See Orange Trail - Part I.)

Shea, Alison. "Volunteers Hope to 'Save History' by Preserving Voluntown Church." Norwich Bulletin 13 May 2013: p. A3.
(Available online from The Norwich Bulletin. See Hell Hollow.)

Shepard, Odell. Connecticut: Past and Present. New York: Knopf, 1939.
(Library search, Rhode Island libraries.)

Sheridan, Martin. "Tinseltown in Connecticut." Tidings July 1992: pp. 34-39.
(Available on paper at The Indian and Colonial Research Center.)

The Silex Quarry, Lantern Hill, near Westerly, R. I. Postcard, horizontal orientation, gateway in center. Westerly: Nash, [c. 1909].
(See Postcards from Lantern Hill.)

The Silex Quarry, Lantern Hill, near Westerly, R. I. Postcard, vertical orientation, no gateway. Westerly: Nash, [c. 1908].
(See Postcards from Lantern Hill.)

Slade's Bridge, Camp Yawgoog, Rockville, R. I. Postcard. [Providence]: [Greater Providence Area Council], [c. 1937].
(See Yellow Trail - Part I.)

Spicer, Edward S. "J. Earle Bacon, 1874-1945." Obituary. Appalachia June 1945: p. 375.
(Library search.)

The Stockade, Camp Yawgoog, B. S. A. Postcard. [Providence]: [Narragansett Council], [c. 1942].
(See Orange Trail - Part II.)

The Stockade, center for many Scoutcraft and campcraft skills at Yawgoog Scout Camps. Postcard. [Providence]: [Narragansett Council], [c. 1957].
(See Orange Trail - Part II.)

Stone, Peter. The Lady and the President: The Life and Loss of the S.S. President Coolidge. Yarram: Oceans, 1997.
(Library search.)

Sunday Dress Parade at Camp Yawgoog: Narragansett Council, Boy Scouts of America, Rockville, Rhode Island. Postcard. [Providence]: [Narragansett Council], [c. 1957].
(See Orange Trail - Part II.)

Tanner, B. "Connecticut: From the Best Authorities." Map. The American Atlas; Containing the Following Maps. New York: Reid, 1796. N. pag.
(Available online from the University of Connecticut Libraries - Map and Geographic Information Center.)

"Test Holes Started for Earthen Dam: Camp Lonergan Enrollees Prepare to Replace Old, Leaking Greenfalls Pond Structure." Hartford Courant. 23 Feb. 1937: p. 18.
(May be purchased online from The Hartford Courant.)

"Thunderbolts Attack Village." Boston Daily Globe 22 Apr. 1916, morning ed.: p. 5.
(May be purchased online from The Boston Globe.)

Town of West Greenwich: Plat 42. Map. 1997. West Greenwich: Town of West Greenwich, RI, 2008.
(Available online from the Town of West Greenwich.)

Trifilo, David. The Hauntings of Pachaug Forest. The Haunted Violin: True New England Ghost Stories. Comp. Edward Lodi. Middleborough: Rock Village, 2005. pp. 85-98.
(Library search, Rhode Island libraries. See Hell Hollow.)

Troop 339, Severna Park, MD [Keith Boone]. Yawgoog Scout Reservation: Narragansett Council, Boy Scouts of America, 1800 Acres, Rockville, R.I. 02873. Map. Yawgoog.org. 2012. Narragansett Council. Web. Accessed 10 June 2012 <http://www.yawgoog.org/uploads/6/8/4/2/68426127/yawgoog-map-color.pdf>.

Trumbull, H. Clay. The Sunday School: Its Origin, Mission, Methods, and Auxiliaries. Philadelphia: Wattles, 1888.
(Available online at Google Book Search.)

Trumbull, J. Hammond. Indian Names of Places, Etc., in and on the Borders of Connecticut: With Interpretations of Some of Them. Hartford: Case, 1881.
(Available online at Google Book Search.)

University of Rhode Island Environmental Data Center. LiDAR (Light Detection And Ranging) image of Blue Pond Dam in 2011. ArcGIS. Esri. Wed. Accessed 2 Mar. 2014 <http://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=d0c229dd35b64f13bfe1ab3251c4d362>.

Utter, Ben. "Narragansett Wilderness Trail." Appalachia June 1936: pp. 122-124.
(Library search.)

Vanover, Cliff. The North South Trail: A Guide for Traveling Across Rhode Island for Hikers, Equestrians, and Mountain Bikers. Carolina: Great Swamp, 2001.
(May be purchased from Great Swamp Press. Library search, Rhode Island libraries.)

Villarreal, Luz. "Agency Rules Out Backup Location for Nuclear Dump." Hartford Courant 16 Aug. 1991, Final sports ed.: pp. B1+.

Voluntown, Quadrangle. Map. Washington: US Geological Survey, 1943.
(Available online at the University of New Hampshire - see the southeast corner.)

The Waterfront at Yawgoog: Providence Scout Camp Postcard. Milwaukee: Grogan, [c. 1927].
(See Orange Trail - Part I.)

Walling, Henry F. Map of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations: From Surveys Under the Direction of Henry F. Walling, Civil Engineer. Boston: Bradford, 1855.
(Available online at the Harvard University Library.)

West, James E. "The Scout World." Boys' Life Nov. 1933: pp. 23+.
(Available online at Google Book Search.)

Westcott, E. "Steve." Camp Yawgoog: Narragansett Council, Boy Scouts of America, 900 Acres. Map. [Providence]: Narragansett Council, 1941.
(For access to this document, please contact Narragansett Council.)

Wheeler, Grace Denison. Grace Wheeler's Memories. Stonington: Pequot, 1948.
(Library search, Rhode Island libraries.)

Williams, J. Harold. Scout Trail 1910-1962: History of the Boy Scout Movement in Rhode Island. Providence: Narragansett Council, 1964.
(Library search, Rhode Island libraries.)

---. The Testing of Wincheck. Providence: Narragansett Council, [c. 1958].
(For access to this document, please contact Narragansett Council.)

Williams, J. Harold, and H. Cushman Anthony. The Yawgoog Story. 2 vols. Providence: Narragansett Council, 1985.
(Rhode Island libraries).

Williams, J. Harold, and Philip E. Tracy. The Story of the Yawgoog Trails. Providence: Narragansett Council, 1976. N. pag.
(For access to this document, please contact Narragansett Council.)

Williams, Roger. A Key into the Language of America. Ed. John J. Teunissen and Evelyn J. Hinz. Detroit: Wayne State UP, 1973.
(Library search, Rhode Island libraries.)

Winch, Eugene C., and W. F. Schreeder. Pachaug State Forest. [Hartford]: [Connecticut Forestry Dept.], 1954.
(See Appendix H.

"Wincheck Indians, Camp Yawgoog, 1941." Photograph of walking individuals.
(See Orange Trail - Part I.)

Wood, Frederic J. The Turnpikes of New England and Evolution of the Same Through England, Virginia, and Maryland. Boston: Jones, 1919.
(Available online at Google Book Search.)

Works Progress Administration. Connecticut: A Guide to Its Roads, Lore, and People. Boston: Houghton, 1938.
(Available online at Google Book Search.)

---. Rhode Island: A Guide to the Smallest State. Boston: Houghton, 1937.
(Available online at Google Book Search.)

Yawgoog Alumni Association. Camp Yawgoog: 1916 - 1990. [Providence]: Narragansett Council, 1990.
(For access to this document, please contact Narragansett Council.)

Yawgoog Scout Reservation: Narragansett Council, Boy Scouts of America, 1800 Acres, Rockville, RI 02873. Map. [Providence]: Narragansett Council, 1998.
(For access to this document, please contact Narragansett Council.)

 

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