Baldwin, Ernest, “Stories of Old New Haven.” New York: The Abby Press, 1902.
Cogswell, Frederick Hill, “The Regicides, A Tale of Early Colonial Times.” New York: The Baker and Taylor Co., 1896.
Collier, James Lincoln and Christopher Collier, “My Brother Sam Is Dead.” New York: Scholastic Book Service, 1974. These authors write of times during the Revolutionary War and most of their plots deal with Ct. and some with New Haven. One of the brothers lives in Orange and is on the UConn faculty.
———, “Jump Ship to Freedom.” New York: Dell Publishing Co., 1981.
———, “War Comes to Willy Freeman.” New York: Dell Publishing Co, 1989.
———, “Who Is Carrie.” New York: Dell Publishing Co., 1984.
DeForest, J.W., “The Wethered Affair.” New York: Sheldon Co., 1873.
Gioia, Antonio, “Fifty Years in My Adopted Country.” Vanity Press, 1959. This is an autobiography of a Ct. Italian who immigrated here.
“Memories of New Haven.” Sage Services. A compilation of personal accounts written by New Haveners to commemorate the 350th anniversary of the City. Sponsored by Blue Cross-Blue Shield of Connecticut and Yale University, 1990.
Marangell, Virginia J., “Gianna Mia.” New York: Dodd Mead and Co., 1979. The author writes of the lives of a fictitious family in their Italian community of New Haven from 1937-1953.
Niles, Blair, “East By Day.” New York: Farrat and Rinehart, 1941. This novel is written around the Armisted Case.
Perretta, Armando, “Take A Number.” New York: William Burrow and Co., 1957. This is an autobiography of an Italian immigrant’s life in Ct..
Sidney, Margaret, “The Judges Cave.” Boston: Lothrop Publishing Co.,1900.