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Including photos, illustrations and information on the kitchen, bedchamber, gardens, outbuildings and more. Interesting reading for young and old. By Bobbie Kalman and John Crossingham, 32 pages, illustrated.
This fully indexed book is the complete regimental roster service history of every member of the Sullivan County unit. 239 pages.
The story of the American Quilt Trail movement. Quilt squares appear on more than three thousand barns scattered along 120 driving trails in the U.S. and Canada. By Suzi Parron,…
The story of a few hardy families who scratched out a living atop the Shawangunk Mountains, defying an unforgiving and isolated terrain. For generations they lived off the land, working…
The story of Dr. Connell who invented the Connell Gas Mask and saved the lives of tens of thousands of American Soldiers during WW1. By Karl Connell, Jr., hardcover, 195…
A history of the schools in the Rondout and Neversink Valleys from the early 1900s to 2001. Published by the Tri-Valley Central School District.
“Reminds us forcibly of how much of the Hudson we have lost, and how urgent it is that we preserve the … beauty that remains along its banks.” — The New York Times: 1971
Over 140 recipes from four generations of an Italian family. Including handy hints, stories and more. By Cathy L. Russo, 160 pages.
Seventeen fictional stories about the people of the Rondout and Neversink Valleys. By John Dwaine McKenna, 322 pages.
This beautifully illustrated book of rare photos is a delightful visual trip. By Carol Gridley Smythe, all profits and royalties are donated to the museum.
One of the most important American artists of the nineteenth century, Asher Durand was an artist, a founder of art institutions and acknowledged leader of the American Landscape school. By…
35 great places for winter sports for all skill levels with maps and directions. By George Quinn, 112 pages, indexed, illustrated.