Books and Other Projects
by Jack Sanders
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Internet Guide to Birds and Birding: How to use the 'Net to enhance your enjoyment of bird-watching. (McGraw-Hill, 1999)
Internet Outdoor Family Fun Yellow Pages: A guide to more than 2,000 sources of information on ways to enjoy the great outdoors. (McGraw-Hill, 1999)
Five Village Walks: A 56-page walking history tour of the center of Ridgefield, Connecticut. (Ridgefield Archives Committee, revised and enlarged edition, published December 2000)
Hedgemaids and Fairy Candles: The Lives and Lore of North American Wildflowers. McGraw-Hill hardbound and paperback editions (1993, 1995) are now out of print, but can be found used on the Internet. (Used copies of the book are usually available at www.abebooks.com, www.FetchBook.Info www.tomfolio.com, or www.bibliofind.com; just search under titles for "hedgemaids.")
Notable Ridgefielders: Biographical sketches of some 400 interesting Ridgefielders of the 20th Century. (Acorn Press, published December 2000)
The Diary of Jared Nash: Two years in the life of Jared Nash, a farmer and shoemaker in Ridgefield. Covering the years 1865 and 1866, the diary is being annotated, and is available in an online edition.
BirdNotes: A weekly column devoted to birds and birding in and about Fairfield County, Connecticut.
Historical Postcards: Samples of views of old Ridgefield from a collection of more than 500 postcards from between 1900 and 1975.
Radio Roundup: A listing of interesting radio that can be heard in Fairfield County, Connecticut.
Bicycle Trips in and around Fairfield County, Conn., and nearby Westchester, N.Y., from five to 50 miles long.
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Box 502, Ridgefield CT 06877