Cadwell, Risley. “Trap Porcupine: Now on Display.” Farmington Valley Herald, September 17, 1936.

“CCC Enrollment Up.” Farmington Valley Herald, February 14, 1935.

“CCC Opened to All Boys Seeking Jobs. Farmington Valley Herald, July 15, 1937.

“Club to Work for Conservation.” Hartford Courant. September 19, 1972. 32A.

Congressional Record.

“Farmington Sanctuary Wildlife Exhibit Will Be Closed As Economy Measure.” Hartford Courant. June 22, 1939, December 6, 1934. Also available via PROQUEST.

Hewes, Lydia. “Connecticut Employs First Woman Nature Guide to Show Wildlife Wonders of Shade Swamp Game Sanctuary.” Hartford Daily Times, July 29, 1934.

“Hobby Show Presented By CCC Camps: Exhibition Opens at Old State House and Will Continue Throughout Week Tribute Is Paid CCC Commander.” Hartford Courant,December 6, 1934. Also available via PROQUEST.

“JohnW. Titcomb: Authority on Fish Culture Dies In Hartford at the Age of 71.” New York Times. January 28, 1932. Also available via PROQUEST.

“J. W. Titcomb, Fish Culuture Expert, Dies.” Hartford Courant. January 27, 1932. Also available via PROQUEST.

“Middletown Boys Visit Sanctuary In Farmington.” Hartford Courant, August 2, 1934. Also available via PROQUEST.

“Resolution 1932-14-15 In Memoriam of John W. Titcomb.” Digital Commons at Michigan State University College of Law.

“Teachers, Youth Leaders to Get Briefing at Farmington Sanctuary.” Hartford Courant, September 16, 1964. Also available via PROQUEST.  

Teague, Wendell A. “Zoo In Farmington May Be Abandoned For Lack of Funds: Extensive ….” Hartford Courant. September 13, 1933. Also available via PROQUEST.

 “Tours Slated of Sanctuary.” Farmington Valley Herald, September 5, 1963.

“Village Library Plans Youth Awards Event.” Farmington Valley Herald, June 4, 1964.

Connecticut Woodlands. February 1937. 9. The journal began in 1936 and is quarterly. This is an issue of the journal printed about the Connecticut Wildlife Federation formation September 26, 1936 at Shade Swamp Sanctuary.

“8,000 N.E. Men Now in Civilian Conservation Corps.” Farmington Valley Herald. June 1, 1933.

Wimer, Arthur C. “Industrialists Quiz State Congressional Group On New Deal Views.” Hartford Courant. April 5, 1934. Also available via Proquest. Wimer was the Washington correspondent for the Courant.

Wimer, Arthur C. “CCC Funds are Sliced  $25,000,000.” Hartford Courant. April 24, 1940. Also available via Proquest.

Wimer, Arthur C. “Two Camps in State to be Closed.” Hartford Courant. March 9, 1938. Also available via Proquest.


“Camp Roberts – Thomaston.” The Living New Deal. Accessed December 14, 2019. .

Collins, William S. Review: “Long-Range Public Investment: The Forgotten Legacy of the New Deal (Book Review).” The Journal of Arizona History (2008) 49, (2): 200-201. Williams Collins’ book review for Leighninger’s book will give another view and incite.

“CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS (CCC) (1933).” The Living New Deal. Accessed October 13, 2019.

Connecticut Hartford County.” National Register of Historic places. Accessed October 12th 2019.

Fishback, Price V., Horrace, William C. and Kantor, Shawn. “The impact of New Deal expenditures on mobility during the Great Depression.” Explorations in Economic History. (2006) 43, (2): 179 – 222.

Historic Resources Inventory Building and Structures.” National Park Service. August 21, 1986. Accessed October 15, 2019.

Leighninger, Robert D. “Cultural Infrastructure: The Legacy of New Deal Public Space.” Journal of Architectural Education (1996) 49, (4): 226-36. Also available with PROQUEST. Leighninger has specialized in the New Deal and public works. His background was a faculty associate in the School of Social Work at Arizona State University.

Leighninger, Robert D. Long-Range Public Investment : The Forgotten Legacy of the New Deal. Columbia, S.C. University of South Carolina Press, 2007.

Maher, Neil M. “A New Deal Body Politic: Landscape, Labor, and the Civilian Conservation Corps.” Environmental History (2002) 7, (3): 435-62. Also available with PROQUEST. Neil Maher is an assistant professor in the federated department of history at the New Jersey Institute of Technology and Rutgers University, Newark. He teaches U.S. environmental and political history, urban environmental history, and environmental justice. Neil Maher has given a great deal of history on the CCC.

Maher, Neil M. The Civilian Conservation Corps and the Roots of the American Environmental Movement. Oxford; NewYork: Oxford University Press, 2008. He has been involved with a textbook on the use of visual images in historical research, writing, and teaching.

Marteka, Peter, “Hikes Through A Few Of Farmington’s Historical Places.” Hartford Courant, October 29, 2017. Peter Marteka writes for the Hartford Courant about hiking trails in Connecticut. He wrote a history of Lebanon, CT.

Marteka, Peter. “Sanctuary Offers Two Types of Havens.” Hartford Courant, August 15, 2008.

Milne, George McLean. Connecticut Woodlands : A Century’s Story of the Connecticut Forest and Park Association. Rockall, Conn.]: Association, 1995. Milne was involved in the Connecticut Forest and Park Association as a director and was President from 1981 to 1996.

National Register of Historic Places.” National Park Service. Accessed October 26, 2019. . The website provides documents and maps. These are found on other websites.

Perrie, Alan M. “Shade Swamp Sanctuary.”, Town of Farmington. Accessed October 15, 2019. . He has worked on the maintenance of several trails in the Farmington area. He created the page of Shade Swamp Sanctuary for the town of Farmington website.

Podskoch, Martin. Connecticut Civilian Conservation Corps Camps: History, Memories, and Legacy of the CCC. East Hampton, CT: Podskoch Press, 2016. Podskoch is an author who has worked on documenting the history of the Catskills, Adirondack Fire Towers, and the Civilian Conservation Corps camps. He has been the spearhead for the CCC Museum in Stafford, CT.

Polin, E. (2019). Shade Swamp Nature trail in Farmington (it is on rte 6). [email]. Elizabeth Dolphin is the Executive Director of the Farmington Land Trust and the Land Acquisition Consultant for the Town of Farmington. Elizabeth Dolphin is the Executive Director of the Farmington Land Trust and the Land Acquisition Consultant for the Town of Farmington.

Project in Connecticut.” The Living New Deal. Accessed October 13, 2019. The Living New Deal was a project about the WPA in Connecticut. It has evolved into a website dealing with New Deal public works projects. More New Deal projects have been added to Living New Deal over the last few years.

Reagan, Patrick D. Designing a New America : The Origins of New Deal Planning, 1890-1943. Political Development of the American Nation. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 2000. Dr. Reagan is a retired professor of history at Tennessee Technological University. His book deals with national planning.

Salmond, John Alexander. The Civilian Conservation Corps, 1933-1942: A New Deal Case Study.Durham, North Caroline: Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, 1967.

Shade Swamp Bird and Animal Sanctuary Improvements (former) – Farmington, CT.” The Living New Deal. Accessed October 13, 2019. This section of The Living New Deal website deals with the Shade Swamp Sanctuary. Information was obtained its information from National Archives, Town of Farmington and

The White Memorial Foundation Incorporated Litchfiield, Connecticut 1913 – 1938. Hartford: Prospect Press, 1938.

Works Progress Administration (WPA) (1935).” The Living New Deal. Accessed October 15, 2019. This section of the website deals with the WPA of President Roosevelt’s New Deal.