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A Paddler's Guide to the Champlain Valley

A Paddler's Guide to the Champlain Valley

A Paddler’s Guide to the Champlain Valley Exploring the Rivers, Creeks, Wetlands and Ponds   by Margaret Holden and Catherine Frank (authors of A Kayaker’s Guide to Lake Champlain )   foreword by Bill Howland, Director, Lake Champlain Basin Program   trade paperback, 6 x 9, 416 pages, 130 color photographs, 55 maps isbn: 9781883789794 $25.95   42 guided paddling adventures along the rivers and through the wetlands and wildlife refuges of the Champlain Valley reveal the ecology, geology, history, plants & wildlife of this region’s uniquely beautiful...
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Charles S. Keefe

Charles S. Keefe

Charles S. Keefe (1876–1946): Colonial Revival Architect in Kingston and New York by William Bertolet Rhoads foreword by Richard Guy Wilson 8ʹ x 10ʹ, 266 pages, 133 illustrations (color and B&W) Trade paper: isbn 9781883789893, $25.95 “The Colonial Revival is at the heart of American architecture.” —— Richard Guy Wilson (Commonwealth Professor at the University of Virginia and author of The American Renaissance , The Machine Age in America , Thomas Jefferson’s Academical Village , Edith Wharton at Home , and The Colonial Revival House ) A native and...
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In Defiance: Runaways from Slavery

In Defiance: Runaways from Slavery

In Defiance Runaways from Slavery in New York’s Hudson River Valley, 1735–1831 By Susan Stessin-Cohn and Ashley Hurlburt-Biagini Foreword by A.J. Williams-Myers, Black Studies Department, SUNY at New Paltz Trade paperback, 8′x10′, 352 pages, 523 archival newspaper notices for runaway slaves, plus 15 notices for slaves captured, 9 notices for slaves for sale, and 2 notices offering to purchase slaves, all with full transcriptions Includes 9 tables analyzing the data in the 512 notices for runaways from Hudson Valley enslavers, glossary, indexes of names, locations,...
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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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THE CATSKILL PARK

THE CATSKILL PARK

THE CATSKILL PARK: Inside the Blue Line by Norman J. Van Valkenburgh & Christopher W. Olney featuring the photography of Thomas Teich foreword by forest historian Dr. Michael Kudish   ROBERT REDFORD PRAISES THE CATSKILL PARK In an era when some Americans take their natural heritage for granted, the authors remind us that our beautiful and wild places can't protect themselves. By writing this important history they provide a vital insight into the complexity of preserving our open space. More than that, they provide a model for preservations in the future.   MORE HIGH...
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Staatsburgh: Gilded Splendor on the Hudson

Staatsburgh: Gilded Splendor on the Hudson

Staatsburgh: Gilded Splendor on the Hudson by Pamela Malcolm and Andrea Monteleone, foreword by John Winthrop Aldrich, photography by Pieter Estersohn and Roger Tully , published by Friends of Mills at Staatsburgh 8 1/2ʺ x 11ʺ, trade paperback, 96 pages, 100+ full-color photographs ISBN: 978-1-883789-96-1, $28.95 Gilded Age architecture and the leisure pursuits of New York City’s turn-of-the-20th-century social elite come to life in STAATSBURGH: Gilded Splendor on the Hudson, a new book about Staatsburgh State Historic Site—also known as Mills Mansion—a Beaux-Arts cultural gem located...
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AMERICAN WILDERNESS

AMERICAN WILDERNESS

AMERICAN WILDERNESS: The Story of the Hudson River School of Painting by Barbara Babcock Millhouse foreword by Kevin Avery, Associate Curator, Dept. of American Paintings & Sculpture, The Metropolitan Museum of Art The story of the 19th-century American artists who took the raw material of America’s scenic wilderness and transformed it into a new style of landscape painting. Should be read by anyone interested in its subject. Kevin J. Avery, The Metropolitan Museum of Art More than 40 full-color reproductions of some of their greatest paintings illustrate this historical overview...
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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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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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Elverhoj: The Arts and Crafts Colony at Milton-on-Hudson

Elverhoj: The Arts and Crafts Colony at Milton-on-Hudson

Elverhoj The Arts and Crafts Colony at Milton-on-Hudson by William B. Rhoads and Leslie Melvin 232 full-color pages, 8″ x 10″ trade paperback 168 illustrations: 86 B&W, 82 color ISBN: 9798985692105, Price: $35.00 Elverhoj (Danish for “hill of the fairies,” pronounced “El-ver-hoy”) was an Arts and Crafts colony established on the picturesque west shore of the Hudson River in 1912 by Danish American artists and craftsmen led by Anders Anderson. Little known today, the colony achieved a national reputation before World War I and earned a gold medal at the 1915 Panama-Pacific...
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