• In her third book on the Mohicans, Shirley Dunn surveys their important role in the history of colonial New York: their interactions with Europeans, their relations with other powerful tribes including the Mohawks and Esopus Indians, and their participation in military events.
  • A rare first-hand account of a common British soldier who saw action across many theaters of the French and Indian War and during Pontiac's Rebellion. First published in 1775, it features annotations by two noted military historians that clarify and give context for Robert Kirkwood's exciting narrative.
  • Along the northern edge of broad fertile plains of the Schoharie Valley south of Middleburgh abruptly rises a unique natural mountain upon which one’s eye cannot help but focus.  This is the famed Vrooman’s Nose, named for the Dutch pioneer from Schenectady who bought land including this mountain in 1712.  Scientist and historian Vincent J. Schaefer traces the story of this prominent Schoharie Valley landmark from its shaping by the great continental glacier to its preservation by a dedicated community and the direct descendants of Adam Vrooman (b. 1649).
  • A succinct illustrated history of the cauliflower growing industry in the Catskills, once considered to produce the finest cauliflower to be found.

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