District 20 Area 11

Guilford Connecticut Alcoholics Anonymous

The Big Book Through Part I


Forward To The First Edition

Forward To The Second Edition

Forward To The Third Edition

Forward To The Fourth Edition

The Doctor's Opinion

1. Bill's Story

2. There Is A Solution

3. More About Alcoholism

4. We Agnostics

5. How It Works

6. Into Action

7. Working With Others

8. To Wives

9. The Family Afterward

10. To Employers

11. A Vision For you

Part 1

The Pioneers of AA

Dr. Bob and the twelve men and women who here tell their stories were among the early members of A.A.’s first groups.

Though three have passed away of natural causes, all have maintained complete sobriety for periods ranging from fifteen to nineteen years as of this date, 1955.

Today, hundreds of additional A.A. members can be found who have had no relapse for at least fifteen years.

All of these, then, are the pioneers of A.A. They bear witness that release from alcoholism can really be permanent.

Dr Bob's Nightmare

Alcoholics Anonymous Number Three

Gratitude In Action

Women Suffer Too

Our Southern Friend

The Vicious Cycle

Jim's Story

The Man Who Mastered Fear

He Sold Himself Short

The Keys To The Kingdom