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“Around the Bookstores Tour” Northshire Bookstore

Manchester Center, VT – Our original store, founded in 1976, is located at 4869 Main Street right in the center of town. This building, known as the Colburn House, was a continuously operating Inn for over a century before we converted it to a bookstore in 1985. We are a large (10,000 square feet) general…

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“Around the Bookstores Tour” Battenkill Bookstore

A part of the community for 25 years (under a few different names), Battenkill Books is a local, independent bookstore selling general interest, new books in the Battenkill Valley. The store offers a broad range of books from current bestsellers to the classics, and from history and romance to gardening and cooking, and more. We…

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“Around the Bookstores Tour” Chatham Bookstore

Independent Bookseller Since 1977 The Chatham Bookstore was established in 1977 and occupies a gracious brick storefront on Main Street in Chatham, New York.  Nicole Furnée and Thomas Chulak acquired the store in January 2012. We are dedicated to building community through books.  “We decided to say ‘yes’ to Main Street and be a part of…

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“Around the Bookstores Tour” Merritt Books Millbrook NY

The Merritt Bookstore is an independently owned bookstore and toystore located in the heart of the beautiful Hudson Valley, at 57 Front Street in the village of Millbrook, NY.  We have a full selection of books, toys, cards and gift wrap, and can order most any title for in store pick up or to to be sent directly to…

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“Around the Bookstores Tour” Oblong Books Millerton

Why “Oblong”? Oblong takes its name from a historic district created when the colonies of New York and Connecticut each conducted surveys to establish a border 20 miles from the Hudson River. The surveys, done in the late 1600s, differed by nearly two miles. Both states laid claim to this strip of land, extending through Dutchess…

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“Around the Bookstores Tour” Oblong Books Rhinebeck

Why “Oblong”? Oblong takes its name from a historic district created when the colonies of New York and Connecticut each conducted surveys to establish a border 20 miles from the Hudson River. The surveys, done in the late 1600s, differed by nearly two miles. Both states laid claim to this strip of land, extending through…

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