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Keene Valley Region Waterfall Guide

Keene Valley Region Waterfall Guide

  Keene Valley Region Waterfall Guide The Search for Cool Cascades in the Heart of the Adirondacks by Russell Dunn, licensed NYS guide and author of 30 books foreword by Neal Burdick, editor of Adirondac , the magazine of the Adirondack Mountain Club 145 full-color photographs, 3 Maps paper, 6 x 9, 288 pp isbn: 9781883789879, $24.95 The North Country’s most prolific guidebook author leads the way to more than 100 waterfalls in the Heart of the Adirondacks—the High Peaks region from North Hudson to Keeseville, and from St. Huberts to Lake Placid In his foreword, Neal Burdick...
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KINGSTON, NEW YORK

KINGSTON, NEW YORK

KINGSTON, NEW YORK The Architectural Guide by William B. Rhoads, photography by James Bleecker Discover the rich history of New York's first capital in nine illustrated walking tours. From venerable Dutch stone houses that survived the burning of the city by the British in 1777, to landmarks of the Victorian era and the 20th century. Explorers of Kingston are guided by detailed maps to over 130 sites that are fully illustrated and described-Greek Revival houses and Gothic Revival churches, picturesque cemeteries, the colorful Ruskinian City Hall, somber factories, a Hudson River...
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Kingston: The IBM Years

Kingston: The IBM Years

KINGSTON : THE IBM YEARS by the Friends of Historic Kingston trade paperback, 8 12″ x 11″ 160 pages, 140 color and vintage B&W illustrations $25.95, isbn 9781883789763   Essays by Novelist Gail Godwin Professor Roger Panetta Professor Harvey K. Flad Professor William B. Rhoads Journalist Hugh Reynolds Former IBMer Lowell Thing Timeline by former IBMer George G. Washington Preface by Project Director Ward L.E. Mintz Drawings by architect Frances Halsband Photographs by Stephen Benson Recipient of a 2015 Award for Excellence from Greater Hudson Heritage Network! What...
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Landscape Gardens on the Hudson, A History

Landscape Gardens on the Hudson, A History

Landscape Gardens on the Hudson, A History The Romantic Age, the Great Estates and the Birth of American Landscape Architecture by Robert M. Toole foreword by Elizabeth Barlow Rogers Paper, 8 1/2 x 11, 192 pages, 142 illustrations, many in color Isbn: 9781883789688, $24.95 A New Look at the Golden Age of Grand Designs and Great Estates The Designed Historic Landscapes of the Hudson River Valley Hyde Park (Vanderbilt) * Sunnyside * Olana * Clermont * Lyndhurst * Montgomery Place * Locust Grove * Wilderstein * Springside * Idlewild * Blithewood * Millbrook * Kenwood * The Point * Philipse...
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MOHAWK REGION WATERFALL GUIDE

MOHAWK REGION WATERFALL GUIDE

MOHAWK REGION WATERFALL GUIDE: From the Capital District to Syracuse & Cooperstown, The Mohawk & Schoharie Valleys, Helderbergs, and Leatherstocking Country by Russell Dunn foreword by Daniel Driscoll, chair of Land Preservation & Stewardship for the Mohawk-Hudson Land Conservancy With this, his fourth waterfall guidebook, Albany writer Russell Dunn has now written more books about waterfalls than any other author in the world. Mohawk Region Waterfall Guide treats the reader to 79 cool cascades, from the Helderbergs escarpment on the outskirts of Albany and magnificent Cohoes...
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Mohonk and the Smileys

Mohonk and the Smileys

MOHONK AND THE SMILEYS A National Historic Landmark and the Family That Created It   By Larry E. Burgess Foreword by Bert Smiley 8 ¼″ x 9 3/8″, 240 full-color pages, over 200 illustrations   Paper, ISBN 9781883789916, $29.95   Mohonk and the Smileys : A National Historic Landmark and the Family That Created It chronicles the history and enduring legacy of a unique resort whose aim has always been to create and sustain a peaceful, contemplative environment for the betterment of human relations and for improved relations between people and the world around...
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Mohonk and the Smileys

Mohonk and the Smileys

MOHONK AND THE SMILEYS A National Historic Landmark and the Family That Created It By Larry E. Burgess, Foreword by Bert Smiley 8 ¼″ x 9 3/8″, 240 full-color pages, over 200 illustrations Cloth, ISBN 9781883789923, $45.00 Mohonk and the Smileys: A National Historic Landmark and the Family That Created It chronicles the history and enduring legacy of a unique resort whose aim has always been to create and sustain a peaceful, contemplative environment for the betterment of human relations and for improved relations between people and the world around them. It is a story that includes the...
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O. & W.

O. & W.

O. & W.: The Long Life and Slow Death of the New York, Ontario and Western Railway By William F. Helmer Over 100 photographs and illustrations grace this history of the Ontario & Western-- the "Old & Weary." The O&W line operated from 1869-1957, and ran from Oswego on Lake Ontario to New York City, Passing through the "midlands" and southern counties of New York State, with spurs to Utica, Kingston, Port Jervis, and Scranton, PA. Filled with "colorful characters and miscellaneous machinery," O. & W. chronicles "almost a century of...
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Out Windham Way: A Photographic Tour

Out Windham Way: A Photographic Tour

Out Windham Way A Photographic Tour of Windham, Ashland, Prattsville, Maplecrest & Hensonville, 1890–1945 by Larry J. Tompkins foreword by Lori Anander, Editor, Windham Journal trade paper, 8 ½″ x 11″, 256 pages, 400 photographs, maps, drawings & ephemera $29.95, isbn 9781883789756   Over 400 illustrations culled from the author's remarkable collection of historic Catskill Mountain photographs, maps, and ephemera document the visual record of the Greene County villages of Windham, Prattsville, Ashland, Big Hollow (Maplecrest), Hensonville, and their...
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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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