The latest to be released is Doors of Weston by Julie O’Connor. This book of photographs of Weston’s iconic homes and historic buildings includes anecdotes and historical information. It is available through the historical society by calling 203-226-1804.

Weston: The Forging of a Town by Thomas Farnam may be purchased at Barnes & Noble, and is available at the Weston Public Library, Weston Town Hall, and the historical society’s Coley House.

Images of America: Weston by Kathleen Failla (Arcadia Publishing) is a pictorial history of the town. It may be purchased through Amazon.com or in local bookstores.

There is also Village of the Dammed  by Jim Lomuscio, which tells the story of the Valley Forge area of town that is now mostly covered by the Saugatuck Reservoir.

The Quarterly Chronicle is the publication of The Weston Historical Society, edited by Karin Giannitti. It is a comprehensive compilation of articles about Weston history. Herb Day (former editor of the Quarterly Chronicle) wrote many history-related articles for that publication.

There are also many articles about various aspects of the town’s history written by Jim Daniel, Jim Hoe, and Mary Ann Barr that have appeared in The Weston Forum, The Westport Town Crier and Herald, Westport Magazine, and Weston Magazine. These and various other writings are in the archives of the Weston Historical Society.