4 edition of An Historical Account of Charles Island found in the catalog.
An Historical Account of Charles Island
Michael C. Dooling
July 31, 2006
by Carrollton Pr
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||95|
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An Historical Account of Charles Island: Milford, Connecticut - Kindle edition by Dooling, Michael C. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading An Historical Account of Charles Island: Milford, Connecticut.5/5(6).
An Historical Account of Charles Island traces the island's history from its likely discovery by Adriaen Block in to the present. Included are the historical facts surrounding the legend of Captain Kidd's treasure, the summer resorts in the midth century, a prize fight gone out of control, the fish oil & fertilizer factory, plans for 5/5(6).
Charles Island is a acre (57, m²) island located roughly mile (1 km) off the coast of Milford, Connecticut, in Long Island Sound centered at. Charles Island An Historical Account of Charles Island book accessible from shore via a tombolo (locally referred to as a sandbar), which is exposed at low tide.
According to early local histories, the Sachem Ansantawae resided there during the summer on: Long Island Sound. An Historical Account of Charles Island by Michael C. Dooling,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(2). A Historical Account of Charles Island.
But the island is more than just a curiosity, with its unusual proximity and connection to the mainland. Captain William Kidd, the infamous pirate who was hung – twice, actually – instopped in Milford during his last voyage as a free man. Charles Shephard is the author of An Historical Account of the Island of St Vincent ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), The Colonial 4/5(1).
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Over the years Charles Island has been considered as a site for a yacht club, an amusement park, military installations in WWI, and a nuclear power plant, but today, it is part of Silver Sands.
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And the legends surrounding Charles Island are not mere myths — not entirely anyhow. Michael C. Dooling, of Middlebury, is an author and historian who wrote a book called "A Historical Account. The Damned Story: If there’s a kid (or Kidd) out there who hasn’t dreamed of finding buried treasure, we have yet to meet them.
One of the most distinctive features of the Connecticut shoreline is acre Charles Island (a.k.a. Thrice Cursed Island), just off the coast of Milford at Silver Sands State Park. According to historian Michael C.
Dooling, author of the book, An Historical Account of Charles Island, Kidd is known to have visited Milford and to have buried part of his treasure along Long Author: Shelley Stoehr. Winner of this year’s Goodreads Choice Award for Historical Fiction, Daisy Jones & the Six rewinds the clock to the ’60s and ’70s, then zeroes in on the wild world of American rock and roll music.
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