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Jervis McEntee

Jervis McEntee

Jervis McEntee: Kingston’s Artist of the Hudson River School by The Friends of Historic Kingston featuring essays by Lowell Thing and Dr. William B. Rhoads trade paper, 10 ½″ x 8 ½ ″, 64 pages, 62 illustrations with 26 full-color paintings $18.50 , isbn 9781883789817 published by Black Dome Press Corp. with The Friends of Historic Kingston   The Hudson River School , America’s first major art movement, is so well known and its artists—Thomas Cole, Frederic Church and Albert Bierstadt, among others—so widely exhibited that it seems...
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In the Shadow of the Catskills

In the Shadow of the Catskills

In the Shadow of the Catskills   An Illustrated History of Cornwallville, New York   by Karen R. Rivers   paper, 5.5 x 8.5, 48 pages full-color, 42 illustrations   isbn 9789780692988, $12.00     First settled by Revolutionary War veterans in the mid-1780s, Cornwallville remains an archetypal rural American hamlet, so archetypal, in fact, that its nineteenth-century Methodist Church was moved to Cooperstown to become part of the Farmers’ Museum.   Drawing upon diaries, newspaper accounts, secondary sources, and interviews, the author describes the arc...
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Printer's Devil to Publisher

Printer's Devil to Publisher

Printer's Devil to Publisher Adolph S. Ochs of The New York Times Doris Faber Published as part of the Times's centennial celebration, and written by a former Times reporter, Printer's Devil tells the dramatic and little-known story of how a struggling young man from Tennessee bought the nearly bankrupt New York Times in 1896 and transformed it into the best and most powerful newspaper in the world. A lively, readable biography of a barefoot boy who rose through the ranks of the newspaper business--from printer's errand boy, to printer, to publisher of a small Tennesee daily,...
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Rip Van Winkle

Rip Van Winkle

Rip Van Winkle The Mountain Top Edition Washington Irving’s classic story, with 33 drawings by famed early-20th-century illustrator N.C. Wyeth. Trade Paperback, 2-color illustrations, 6″ x 9″, 94 pages ISBN: 9781883789855, $13.95 With essays on N.C. Wyeth and Washington Irving. Published with The Mountain Top Historical Society
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The True Story of Fala

The True Story of Fala

The True Story of Fala by Margaret (Daisy) Suckley and Alice Dalgliesh drawings by E.N. Fairchild The story of  “The dog that owned a president” trade paper, 6″ x 9″, 80 pages 48 drawings & historic photographs $13.95, isbn 9781883789787 published in conjunction with Wilderstein Preservation   Fala was the Scotty dog who was the friend and companion of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Fala was sometimes serious, Sometimes happy, Sometimes pleading And always charming. You will want to read about him in this book.   So went the...
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The Unbroken Thread

The Unbroken Thread

The Unbroken Thread A History of Quiltmaking in the Catskills Steve Hoare Edited by Carter Houck The first illustrated history of the art of quiltmaking as practiced from colonial times to the present in the Catskill Mountains region. A 5-county survey (Ulster, Delaware, Greene, Sullivan and Schoharie), with profiles and examples of the work of all 46 inductees in the Catskill Mountain Quilters Hall of Fame. In this volume Steven Hoare has compiled a wonderful history of the 20th-century women of a little-known region of America. Each woman comes alive in her own voice, complete with her...
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A War to Petrify the Heart - Paper

A War to Petrify the Heart - Paper

A War to Petrify the Heart The Civil War Letters of a Dutchess County N.Y. Volunteer Richard T. Van Wyck Edited, chapter introductions, "The effect of war is to petrify the heart," wrote 24-year-old Hudson Valley farmer-turned-soldier, Richard T. Van Wyck, who had joined hundreds of his neighbors from throughout Dutchess County, NY, to form the 150th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment. After nine months encamped in war-divided Baltimore, the "Dutchess County Regiment" was thrust into the maelstrom of Gettysburg. "We did terrible execution, literally piling the...
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The Mill

The Mill

The Mill On the Roeliff Jansen Kill The Roeliff Jansen Historical Society Built in 1743 by the Livingstons, The Mill has survived more than 250 years of political and economic change. The story of New York State's oldest operating mill is also the story of the Hudson Valley. -- The Northern Centinel 144 pp, 36 photographs, 2 maps Paper, $15.00 ISBN: 0-9628523-9-2
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BERKSHIRE & TACONIC TRAILS

BERKSHIRE & TACONIC TRAILS

BERKSHIRE & TACONIC TRAILS A Ranger’s Guide by Edward G. Henry   If you prepare for hikes by reading about them, or want the accumulated knowledge of a veteran forest ranger while traipsing through the woods, Henry will satisfy you. Trailwalker (review of Catskill Trails, Book Two )   See the Berkshires & Taconics through a forest ranger’s eyes! Conservation professional Edward Henry, acclaimed author of Catskill Trails and Gunks Trails, leads the way to the best vistas and scenic sites of the Berkshire and Taconic mountains of Massachusetts, New York, Vermont...
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