Table of contents for Backroads of New England : your guide to New England's most scenic backroad adventures / text by Kim Knox Beckius; photography by William H. Johnson.

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Part I	Connecticut: True Colors
	Unexpected Connecticut: The Litchfield Hills and the Housatonic River Valley
	Between the Devil and the Shallow Blue Sea: The Connecticut River Valley
	A Rich Lega-sea: The Southeastern Shore
	Cruising the Quiet Corner: Northeast Connecticut's National Scenic Byway
	Blues, Pinks, Greens, and Maybe Gold: Connecticut's Hidden Treasure Coast
Part II	Rhode Island: Go Your Own Way
	Beach-o-diversity: The South County Coast
	From a Light to a Light: The Shores of Narragansett Bay
	Inside Rhode Island: The Arcadia Management Area
	Get to the Point: The Secretive Southeastern Corner
Part III	Massachusetts: Larger Than Life
	Both Sides of the Berkshires: Bash Bish to Stockbridge
	New England's First Scenic Drive: Mount Greylock and the Mohawk Trail
	Frozen in Time: Franklin County Contrasts
	Where American Seafaring and Fried Clams Were Born: The North Shore
	Pilgrimage to Provincetown: The Outer Cape
Part IV	Vermont: A Paradox of a Place
	Five Covered Bridges, a Monument, and a Mountaintop: A Structured Drive Through Southern Vermont
	A Sensory Patchwork: Classic Windsor County
	Vermont For Shore: The Lake Champlain Valley
	Rural Route: Foothills and Farmlands of Northern Vermont
	A World Apart: The Northeast Kingdom
Part V	New Hampshire: Live Free or Die
	Elephants, Donkeys, and Moose: The Great North Woods
	The Fearless One: The Kancamagus Highway
	A Cut Through the Blue: The Lakes Region
	Hill Towns That Harbor History: Hillsborough to Peterborough the Long Way Around
	A Compact Coastline: Hampton Beach to New Castle
Part VI	Maine: New England "In the Rough"
	Lobster and Lighthouses: Maine's Southern Shore
	Go for the Gold: Mountains and Lakes of Western Maine
	Paradise Preserved: Acadia National Park
	First Light Drive: Downeast Maine
	Forever Wild: Baxter State Park
	Lakes and Logs: Aroostook County
Suggestions for Further Reading
About the Author and Photographer

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: New England Guidebooks, Automobile travel New England Guidebooks, Scenic byways New England Guidebooks