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Tide-mark Press publishes distinctive books and calendars. Our office is located in Windsor, Connecticut, near the Farmington River. (Windsor was established in 1633 by colonists from the Plymouth Colony in Massachusetts who sailed up the Connecticut River to the confluence of the Farmington River. Windsor vies with the town of Wethersfield for the title of Connecticut’s first town.)
Though Windsor is known for growing tobacco (since 1640) and brick making (since 1675), Tide-mark is best known for the diverse line of full-color calendars we publish. Titles range from nautical themes, like Cruising World, and landscape titles such as America the Beautiful, to train titles like Railroading! and regional-specific titles like New England Seasons.
In addition to calendars, we publish highly illustrated books ranging from Tall Ships, An International Guide and Sara Steele, Blueprint for Paradise, to Wines of Italy and Gettysburg, This Hallowed Ground.
Tide-mark celebrates thirty years of quality publishing in 2009.