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Sam L. Rothman

Sam L. Rothman is a retired educator who writes primarily about local history and culture.

A contributor to numerous textbooks and educational programs his most recent book Historic Photos of Connecticut (Turner Publishing) is available at Amazon and Barnes & Nobles.


Stafford Springs Historical Society
Waterfall, Stafford Spring
Glenville Pond

July 13, 2012

The Bulkeley Bridge: An Architectural Treasure

Each day over 140,000 drivers pass directly over one of New England’s most important architectural treasures. Most are daily commuters who see only red taillights, tandem trailers and merging traffic.

May 16, 2012

Lakes of the Clouds, Mount Washington, New Hampshire

What is the highest place in New England where you can enjoy a sit-down meal?

March 22, 2012

The Day Don Imus Was Governor of Connecticut

Voters in all six New England states elected governors this fall. Safe to say, none of those chosen will gain the notoriety of the man who served briefly as governor of Connecticut in 1992. That man was none other than Don Imus.

January 19, 2012

Snow Dash!

A New England Running Tradition

What happens when folks today retire? Some leave the cold of New England. Some take up cooking or gardening. Some do volunteer work while others just glide into old age.

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