New York Civil War Regiment History Genealogy 441 Collection Rare 3 DVDs

New York Civil War History Genealogy 441 Collection Rare 3 DVDs

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  1. “The red neck ties,” or, History of the Fifteenth New York Volunteer Cavalry, containing a record of the battles, skirmishes, marches, etc., that the regiment particpated in from its organization in August, 1863, to the time of its discharge in August, 1865 (1891) – Norton, Chauncey S

  2. A condensed history of the 56th Regiment, New York Veteran Volunteer Infantry, which was part of the organization known as the “Tenth Legion” in the Civil War, 1861-1865, together with a register or roster of all the members of the regiment, and the war record of each member as recorded in the Adjutant General’s

  3. Office at Albany, New York (1906) – Fisk, Joel C; Blake, William H. D

  4. A history of the Forty-fourth regiment, New York volunteer infantry, in the civil war, 1861-1865 (1911) – Nash, Eugene Arus

  5. A regimental history : the One Hundred and Twenty-fifth New York State Volunteers (1888) – Simons, Ezra de Freest

  6. Album of the second battalion Duryee Zouaves, One hundred and sixty -fifth regt. New York volunteer infantry

  7. Alphabetical card-index of the rolls of the 164th New York Infantry (1889) – Drum, Richard C. (Richard Coulter) Volume 1

  8. Alphabetical card-index of the rolls of the 164th New York Infantry (1889) – Drum, Richard C. (Richard Coulter) Volume 2

  9. Alphabetical index of the 162nd New York volunteer infantry (1889)Volume 1

  10. Alphabetical index of the 162nd New York volunteer infantry (1889)Volume 2

  11. Camp and field life of the Fifth New York Volunteer Infantry (Duryee Zouaves) (1879) – Davenport, Alfred

  12. Chronicles of the Twenty-first regiment New York state volunteers, embracing a full history of the regiment from the enrolling of the first volunteer in Buffalo, April 15, 1861, to the final mustering out, May 18, 1863. Including a copy of muster out rolls of field and staff, and each company (1887) – Mills, J. Harrison (John Harrison

  13. Company G. : a record of the services of one company of the 157th N. Y. vols. in the war of the rebellion, from Sept. 19, 1862 to July 10, 1865, including the roster of the company – Barlow, A. R. (Albert Rowe)

  14. First organization of colored troops in the State of New York, to aid in suppressing the slave-holders’ rebellion : statements concerning the origin, difficulties and success of the movement, including official documents, military testimonials, proceedings of the “Union League Club,” etc. (1864) – O’Reilly, Henry

  15. From Bull Run to Chancellorsville; the story of the Sixteenth New York Infantry together with personal reminiscences (1906) – Curtis, Newton Martin Volume 1

  16. From Bull Run to Chancellorsville; the story of the Sixteenth New York Infantry together with personal reminiscences (1906) – Curtis, Newton Martin Volume 2

  17. Heavy guns and light: a history of the 4th New York Heavy Artillery (1890) – Kirk, Hyland Clare

  18. Historic records of the Fifth New York cavalry (1865) – Beaudry, Louis Napoleon

  19. Historical roll of Company D, 8th Regiment, New-York Heavy Artillery. Originally 129th N. Y. Infantry (1887) – Hudnut, James Monroe

  20. History of the 121st New York State Infantry (1921) – Best, Isaac Oliver

  21. History of the 159th Regiment, N.Y.S.V (1890) – Duffy, Edward

  22. History of the 184th Regiment, New York State Volunteers (1895) – Robinson, Wardwell G Volume 1

  23. History of the 184th Regiment, New York State Volunteers (1895) – Robinson, Wardwell G Volume 2

  24. History of the 27th regiment N.Y. vols (1888) – Fairchild, Charles Bryant

  25. History of the Dewitt guard, company A, 50th regiment National guard, state of New York (1866)

  26. History of the Fortieth (Mozart) regiment, New York Volunteers, which was composed of four companies from New York, four companies from Massachusetts and two companies from Pennsylvania (1909) – Floyd, Frederick Clark

  27. History of the Forty-ninth New York Volunteers (1916) – Bidwell, Frederick David

  28. History of the ninth regiment, New York volunteer cavalry. War of 1861 to 1865 (1901) – Cheney, Newel

  29. History of the One Hundredth Regiment of New York State Volunteers : being a record of its services from its muster in to its muster out, its muster in roll, roll of commissions, recruits furnished through the Board of Trade of the city of Buffalo, and short sketches of deceased and surviving officers (1870) – Stowits, George H.

  30. History of the Seventh Regiment, National Guard, State of New York, during the War of the Rebellion : with a preliminary chapter on the origin and early history of the regiment, a summary of its history since the war, and a roll of honor, comprising brief sketches of the services rendered by members of the regiment in the Army and Navy of the United States (1870) – Swinton, William; Nast, Thomas

  31. History of the Seventy-sixth regiment New York volunteers; what it endured and accomplished; containing descriptions of its twenty-five battles; its marches; its camp and bivouac scenes; with biographical sketches of fifty-three officers and a complete record of the enlisted men (1867) – Smith, A. P. (Abram P.)

  32. History of the Sixth New York Cavalry (Second Ira Harris Guard) Second Brigade — First Division — Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac, 1861-1865; (1908) – Hall, Hillman Allyn; Besley, William B; Wood, Gilbert Guion

  33. History of the Sixtieth Regiment New York State Volunteers, from the commencement of its organization in July, 1861, to its public reception at Ogdensburgh as a veteran command, January 7th, 1864 (1864) – Eddy, Richard

  34. History of the third regiment, Excelsior brigade, 72d New York volunteer infantry, 1861-1865 (1902) – Brown, Henri Le Fevr

  35. New York in the War of Rebellion, 1861-1865 Volume 1 (1912) – Phisterer, Frederick – 896 pages

  36. New York in the War of Rebellion, 1861-1865 Volume 2 (1912) – Phisterer, Frederick – to page 1808

  37. New York in the War of Rebellion, 1861-1865 Volume 3 (1912) – Phisterer, Frederick – to page 2704

  38. New York in the War of Rebellion, 1861-1865 Volume 4 (1912) – Phisterer, Frederick – to page 3616

  39. New York in the War of Rebellion, 1861-1865 Volume 5 (1912) – Phisterer, Frederick – to page 4499

  40. New York in the War of Rebellion, 1861-1865 Volume 6 [Indexes] (1912) – Phisterer, Frederick

  41. Our campaign around Gettysburg : being a memorial of what was endured, suffered, and accomplished by the Twenty-third regiment (N.Y.S.N.G.) and other regiments associated with them, in their Pennsylvania and Maryland campaign, during the rebel invasion of the loyal states in June-July, 1863 (1864) – Lockwood, John

  42. Personal recollections of the war. A record of service with the Ninety-third New York Vol. Infantry, and the First Brigade, First Division, Second Corps, Army of the Potomac (1895) – Robertson, Robert Stoddart

  43. Presentation of regimental colors to the Legislature (1863)

  44. Random sketches and wandering thoughts, or, What I saw in camp, on the march, the bivouac, the battle field and hospital, while with the army in Virginia, North and South Caroline, during the late rebellion : with a historical sketch of the second Oswego regiment, Eighty-first New York state V.I., a record of all its officers, and a roster of its enlisted men, also an appendix (1866) – De Forest, Bartholomew S

  45. Record of the 114th Regiment, N.Y.S.V. : where it went, what it saw, and what it did (1866) – Beecher, Harris H

  46. Records of the 24th Independent Battery, N.Y. Light Artillery, U.S.V. (1870) – Merrill, Julian Whedon

  47. Regimental history of the First New York Dragoons (originally the 130th N.Y. Vol. Infantry) during three years of active service in the great Civil War (1900) – Bowen, James Riley

  48. Reminiscences of the 123d Regiment, N.Y.S.V., giving a complete history of its three years service in the war (1879) – Morhous, Henry C

  49. Report of the monument committee of the One hundred and twenty-third regiment New York Infantry Volunteers. 1st Brig., 1st Div., 20th Corps (1891)

  50. The “Ulster guard” (20th N. Y. State militia) and the War of the Rebellion, Embracing a history of the early organization of the regiments its three months service…complete roster, etc …its reorganization and subsequent services… together with a brief treatise upon the origin and growth of secession,; the militis system, and the dependence of the federal government upon it in the beginning of the war; with a critical history of the first batle of Bull Run; campaign of Gen. Pope; McClellan’s Maryland campaign; battle of Frederickburg: Hooker’s Chancellorsville campaign: Gettysburg campaign; and a glance at the campaign from the Rapidan to Appomattaz Court House (1879) – Gates, Theodore Burr

  51. The 159th Regiment Infantry New York State Volunteers, in the War of the Rebellion, 1862-1865 (1891) – Tiemann, William F. (William Francis)

  52. The first New York (Lincoln) cavalry from April 19, 1861, to July 7, 1865 (1902) – Beach, William Harrison

  53. The Hawkins zouaves: (Ninth N. Y. V.) their battles and marches (1866) – Whitney, J H E

  54. The history of a volunteer regiment : being a succinct account of the organization, services and adventures of the Sixth Regiment New York Volunteers Infantry known as Wilson Zouaves : where they went, what they did, and what they saw in the War of the Rebellion, 1861 to 1865 (1891) – Morris, Gouverneur

  55. The history of the Forty-eighth Regiment New York State Volunteers, in the War for the Union, 1861-1865 (1885) – Palmer, Abraham John

  56. The honors of the Empire state in the war of the rebellion (1889) – Townsend, Thomas Seaman

  57. The last campaign of the Twenty-second regiment, N.G., S.N.Y. June and July, 1863 (1864) – Wingate, George Wood

  58. The Ninth New York heavy artillery : a history of its organization, services in the defenses of Washington, marches, camps, battles, and muster-out … and a complete roster of the regiment (1899) – Roe, Alfred S. (Alfred Seelye)

  59. The Ninth regiment, New York volunteers (Hawkins’ zouaves); (1900) – Graham, Matthew J. (Matthew John) Volume 1

  60. The Ninth regiment, New York volunteers (Hawkins’ zouaves); (1900) – Graham, Matthew J. (Matthew John) Volume 2

  61. The One Hundred and Twentieth Regiment New York State Volunteers. A narrative of its services in the war for the Union (1894) – Van Santvoord, C. (Cornelius)

  62. The Seventy-ninth Highlanders, New York Volunteers in the War of Rebellion, 1861-1865; (1886) – Todd, William

  63. The story of a cavalry regiment: “Scott’s 900” Eleventh New York cavalry, from the St. Lawrence River to the Gulf of Mexico, 1861-1865; (1897) – Smith, Thomas West

  64. The story of the Thirty-third N.Y.S. Vols, or, Two years campaigning in Virginia and Maryland (1864) – Judd, David Wright

  65. Three years’ campaign of the Ninth, N. Y. S. M., during the southern rebellion (1865) – Jaques, John Wesley

New York History Genealogy – Counties covered:  Kings, Dutchess,Westchester, Steuben, Rochester, Buffalo, Broome, Orange, Livingston, Oneida, Staten Island, Albany, Brooklyn, Long Island, Chautauqua, Nassau, Bronx, Columbia, Oyster, Ulster, Montgomery, Washington, Queens , Lewis, Manhattan, Columbia, Queens, Oswego, Hempstead, Allegany, Lowville, Jefferson, Suffolk, Mattituck

  1. Lowville, yesterday, today and tomorrow History and directory of both town and village.By Breen, William B 1902
  2. History of the City of Brooklyn and Kings County By Ostrander, Stephen M: 1894 Volume 1
  3. A History of the City of Brooklyn and Kings County By Ostrander, Stephen M: 1894 Volume 2
  4. History of Columbia County New York With illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers. By Ellis, Franklin-1878
  5. A History of Jefferson County in the State of New York -From the earliest period to the present time.-By Hough, Franklin Benjamin -1854
  6. A History of Mattituck, Long Island, NY-By Craven, Charles E-1906
  7. History of Suffolk County, New York -With illustrations, portraits, and sketches of prominent families and individuals.-By W.W. Munsell & Co-1882
  8. Notable men of central New York; Syracuse and vicinity, Utica and vicinity, Auburn, Oswego, Watertown, Fulton, Rome, Oneida, Little Falls. XIX and XX centuries (1903)
  9. History of Lewis County, New York; with…biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers (1883)
  10. History of Cortland county, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers (1885)
  11. History of Chautauqua County, New York, and its people (1921) Volume 1
  12. History of Chautauqua County, New York, and its people (1921) Volume 2
  13. Commemorative Biographical Record of Dutchess County, New York -Containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families.-By J.H. Beers & Co -1897
  14. A history of Livingston County, New York : from its earliest traditions, to its part in the war for our Union : with an account of the Seneca nation of Indians, and biographical sketches of earliest settlers and prominent public men (1876)
  15. A history of Long Island, from its earliest settlement to the present time (1902) Volume 1
  16. A history of Long Island, from its earliest settlement to the present time (1902) Volume 2
  17. A history of Long Island, from its earliest settlement to the present time (1905) Volume 3
  18. History of Oswego County, New York -With illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers.-By Johnson, Crisfield-1877
  19. Baptismal and marriage registers of the old Dutch church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York : (formerly named Wiltwyck, and often familiarly called Esopus or ‘Sopus), for one hundred and fifty years from their commencement in 1660 (1891)- Hoes, Roswell Randall
  20. Moffat genealogies : descent from Rev. John Moffat of Ulster County, New York (1909) – Moffat, R. Burnham
    De Witt family, Ulster County, New York (1886) – Evans, Thomas Grier
  21. Olde Ulster : an historical and genealogical magazine (1905) Volume 1
  22. Olde Ulster- an historical and genealogical magazine (1905) Volume 2
  23. The Dutch records of Kingston, Ulster County, New York (1912) – Oppenheim, Samuel
  24. The history of the town of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York – Cochrane, Charles Henry
  25. The old court houses of Ulster County, New York, and interesting incidents connected with their history (1918) – Hoes, Roswell Randall
  26. Ulster County, N.Y. probate records in the office of the surrogate, and in the county clerk’s office at Kingston, N.Y. : a careful abstract and translation of the Dutch and english wills, letters of administration after intestates, and inventories from l665, with genealogical and historical notes (1906) – Anjou, Gustave
  27. A History of the County of Westchester, from Its First Settlement to the Present Time Volume 1 (1848) – Robert Bolton – 559 pages
  28. A History of the County of Westchester, from Its First Settlement to the Present Time Volume 2 (1848) – Robert Bolton – 582 pages
  29. Biographical history of Westchester County, New York.. (1899) – Lewis Publishing Company
  30. Cemetery inscriptions from the towns of Yorktown, Yorktown Heights and Amawalk, Westchester County, N.Y (1922)
  31. Chronicle of a border town : history of Rye, Westchester county, New York, 1660-1870, including Harrison and the White Plains till 1788 (1871) – Baird, Charles Washington
  32. Early wills of Westchester County, New York, from 1664 to 1784. A careful abstract of all wills (nearly 800) recorded in New York surrogate’s office and at White Plains, N.Y., from 1664 to 1784; (1898) – Pelletreau, William S. (William Smith),; Haviland, Fredrick
  33. Edward Jessup of West Farms, Westchester Co., New York and his descendants : with an introduction and an appendix, the latter containing records of other American families of the name with some additional memoranda (1887) – Jesup, Henry Griswold
  34. History of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the County of Westchester (1855) – Bolton, Robert, Rev.
  35. History of the town of Mamaroneck in the county of Westchester and state of New York (1886) – De Lancey, Edward F. (Edward Floyd)
  36. Manual of Westchester county. Past and present. Civil list to date. Volume 1 (1898) – Smith, Henry Townsend – 300 pages
  37. Manual of Westchester county. Past and present. Civil list to date. Volume 2 (1912) – Smith, Henry Townsend – 246 pages
  38. Manual of Westchester county. Past and present. Civil list to date. Volume 3 (1913) – Smith, Henry Townsend – 335 pages
  39. Origin and history of manors in the province of New York and in the county of Westchester (1886) – De Lancey, Edward F. (Edward Floyd)
  40. The bar of Rye Township, Westchester County, New York : an historical and biographical record, 1660-1918 (1918) – Wilcox, Arthur Russell
  41. Views of Rye (1917) – Meyer, Blakeman Quintard
    Westchester County, New York : biographical (1900) – Spooner, Walter W.
  42. Westchester County, New York, during the American Revolution (1886) – Dawson, Henry B. (Henry Barton)
  43. Chronicles of Yonkers – J. B. H. (James Barron Hope)
    Church and Sunday-school work in Yonkers: its origin and progress (1889) – Kirkwood, Agnes E
  44. Park Hill. Yonkers on the Hudson, N.Y. New York’s most delightful suburb .. (1892)
  45. Philipse manor hall at Yonkers, N. Y.; the site, the building and its occupants (1912) – Hall, Edward Hagaman
  46. Richmond’s guide to the city of Yonkers, N.Y. .. (1919)
  47. Views of Yonkers, N.Y (1904)
  48. Yonkers illustrated; issued by the Department of publicity of the Yonkers Board of trade .. (1903)
  49. Yonkers in the rebellion of 1861-1865 (1892) – Atkins, Thomas Astley
  50. Yonkers in the world war, including the honor roll of the citizens of Yonkers who served in the military forces of the United States during the world war (1922) – Harrington, Purnell Frederick
  51. A synoptical history of the towns of Kings County from 1525 to modern times. Containing the origin of the names of the streets, avenues and lanes (1911) – Custer, E. A
  52. Notes Geographical and Historical, Relating to the Town of Brooklyn, in Kings County on Long-Island (1824) – Gabriel Furman
  53. Register in Alphabetical Order, of the Early Settlers of Kings County, Long Island, N. Y. (1881) – Teunis G. Bergen
  54. The Brooklyn city and Kings county record (1855) – Smith, William H.
  55. The civil, political, professional and ecclesiastical history, and commercial and industrial record of the county of Kings and the city of Brooklyn, N. Y., from 1683 to 1884 Volume 1 (1884) – Stiles, Henry Reed – 872 pages
  56. The civil, political, professional and ecclesiastical history, and commercial and industrial record of the county of Kings and the city of Brooklyn, N. Y., from 1683 to 1884 Volume 2 (1884) – Stiles, Henry Reed – 1345 pages
  57. The social history of Flatbush, and manners and customs of the Dutch settlers in Kings county (1909) – Vanderbilt, Gertrude L. Lefferts
  58. Allegany county and its people (1896) – Minard, John Stearns
    Gazetteer and business directory of Allegany County, N. Y. for 1875 (1875) – Child, Hamilton
  59. Recollections of the log school house period, and sketches of life and customs in pioneer days (1905) – Minard, John Stearns
  60. Rushford and Rushford people (1910) – Gilbert, Helen Josephine White – Volume 1
  61. Rushford and Rushford people (1910) – Gilbert, Helen Josephine White – Volume 2
  62. The Rushford centennial, August 16-21, 1908 : with other data and reminiscences (1908)
  63. A history of Steuben County, New York, and its people (1911) – Near, Irvin W. Volume 1
  64. A history of Steuben County, New York, and its people (1911) – Near, Irvin W. Volume 2
  65. Gazetteer and business directory of Steuben County, N.Y., for 1868-9 (1868) – Child, Hamilton
  66. Historical gazetteer of Steuben County, New York, with memoirs and illustrations (1891) – Roberts, Millard Fillmore
  67. History of Steuben county, New York, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers (1879) – Clayton, W. W.
  68. History of the settlement of Steuben County, N.Y. (1893) – McMaster, Guy Humphrey
  69. Landmarks of Steuben County, New York (1896) – Hakes, Harlo
    The early history of Hornellsville, Steuben County (1890) – Near, Irvin W.
  70. The history of the Presbytery of Steuben: including that of all the other Presbyteries to which the churches of Steuben and Allegany Counties have belonged, notices of ministers, elders, missionaries, sketches of the existing churches of Presbytery, and over one hundred illustrations (1897) – Miller, James Alexander
  71. A directory for the city of Buffalo : containing the names and residence of the heads of families and householders, in said city, on the first of July 1832 : to which is added a sketch of the history of the village from 1801 to 1832 (1832)
  72. An authentic and comprehensive history of Buffalo, with some account of its early inhabitants both savage and civilized, comprising historic notices of the Six Nations or Iroquois Indians, including a sketch of the Life of Sir William Johnson, and of other prominent white men, long resident among the Senecas arranged in chronological order Volume 1 (1864) – Ketchum, William
  73. An authentic and comprehensive history of Buffalo, with some account of its early inhabitants both savage and civilized, comprising historic notices of the Six Nations or Iroquois Indians, including a sketch of the Life of Sir William Johnson, and of other prominent white men, long resident among the Senecas arranged in chronological order Volume 2 (1864) – Ketchum, William
  74. Buffalo to-day, industrial and commercial; (1909)
  75. History of St. Paul’s church, Buffalo, N.Y., 1817 to 1888 (1903) – Evans, Charles Worthington; Bartlett, Alice Mary (Evans); Bartlett, George Hunter
  76. History of the One Hundredth Regiment of New York State Volunteers : being a record of its services from its muster in to its muster out, its muster in roll, roll of commissions, recruits furnished through the Board of Trade of the city of Buffalo, and short sketches of deceased and surviving officers (1870) – Stowits, George H.
  77. Illustrated Buffalo: the queen city of the lakes (1890) – Bailey, George Milroy
  78. Manual of the North Presbyterian Church, Buffalo, N.Y. : containing a brief history of the church, the form of admission and the doctrines and covenant of its confession of faith, the order of its religious services, &c. and a catalogue of its members (1853)
  79. Memories of early days in Buffalo (1913) – Mathews, Sylvester J
  80. Missions in western New York, and church history of the diocese of Buffalo (1862) – Timon, John
  81. Sketches of early Buffalo and the Niagara region (1904) – Becker, Sophie C. (Sophie Cornelia)
  82. Some things in and about Buffalo; a souvenir of the Annual Convention of the American Society of Civil Engineers held at Buffalo, N.Y., June 10-13, 1884 (1884) – Thurstone, William
  83. The charter of the city of Buffalo as amended from time to time since adoption in 1891 and as now in force (1908) – Bull, Henry Adsit
  84. The City of Buffalo and its surroundings : its business facilities and its advantage as a place of residence and summer resort, its railroads, elevators, and manufactories, its schools, churches, parks, streets, and hotels, its lake, canal and railroad commerce, and its live stock trade (1880)
  85. The industries of Buffalo [N.Y.] A résumé of the mercantile and manufacturing progress of the queen city of the lakes (1887) – Hart, John F.
  86. The life and times of the Rt. Rev. John Timon, D. D. : first Roman Catholic bishop of the Diocese of Buffalo (1870) – Deuther, Charles George
  87. The poets and poetry of Buffalo; (1904) – Johnston, James Nichol
  88. The progress of the Empire State a work devoted to the historical, financial, industrial, and literary development of New York Volume 1: New York State and City (1913) – Conant, Charles A. (Charles Arthur); Larned, J. N. (Josephus Nelson) – 425 pages
  89. The progress of the Empire State a work devoted to the historical, financial, industrial, and literary development of New York Volume 2: The History of Buffalo (1913) – Conant, Charles A. (Charles Arthur); Larned, J. N. (Josephus Nelson) – 286 pages
  90. The progress of the Empire State a work devoted to the historical, financial, industrial, and literary development of New York Volume 3: Buffalo, Rochester, Utica (1913) – Conant, Charles A. (Charles Arthur); Larned, J. N. (Josephus Nelson) – 321 pages
  91. Churches of Rochester : ecclesiastical history of Rochester, N.Y. : narrative of the rise and present condition of each religious organization : biographical sketches of pastors and clergymen born in the city, with miscellaneous items from August, 1815 to July, 1871 (1871) – Ward, F. De W. (Ferdinand De Wilton)
  92. Commerce, manufactures & resources of Rochester, N. Y (1881)
  93. Early history of Rochester. 1810 to 1827, with comparisons of its growth and progress to 1860 (1860) – Ely, Elisha; Hawley, Jesse
  94. History and commerce of Rochester (1894) – A.F. Parsons
  95. History of Rochester and Monroe county, New York : from the earliest historic times to the beginning of 1907 Volume 1 (1908) – Peck, William F. (William Farley)
  96. History of Rochester and Monroe county, New York : from the earliest historic times to the beginning of 1907 Volume 2 (1908) – Peck, William F. (William Farley)
  97. Illustrated Rochester, 1898-1899 (1899)
  98. Rochester and Monroe County (1937) – Federal Writers’ Project. New York (State)
  99. Rochester social centers and civic clubs : story of the first two years (1909)
  100. Rochester; a story historical (1884) – Parker, Jane (Marsh) Mrs,
    Rochester; its founders and founding (1894) – Osgood, Howard L. (Howard Lawrence)
  101. Semi-centennial history of the city of Rochester, with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers (1884) – Peck, William F. (William Farley)
  102. Sketches of Rochester : with incidental notices of western New York (1838) – O’Reilly, Henry
  103. The Biographical record of the City of Rochester and Monroe County,New York (1902)
  104. The city of Rochester and vicinity : where to go, how to go, and what to see in and about the flower city (1911) – Watkyns, Charles Ketcham
  105. Annals and recollections of Oneida County (1851) – Jones, Pomroy
  106. Genealogy of the Barton family of the town of Marshall, Oneida County, New York (1920) – Barton, Edward S.
  107. History of Oneida County, New York : from 1700 to the present time Volume 1 (1912) – Cookinham, Henry J. – 436 pages
  108. History of Oneida County, New York : from 1700 to the present time Volume 2 (1912) – Cookinham, Henry J. – 798 pages
  109. History of Oneida County, New York : with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers (1878) – Durant, Samuel W
  110. Our city and its people; a descriptive work on the city of Rome, New York (1896) – Wager, Daniel E.
  111. Our county and its people; a descriptive work on Oneida county, New York (1896) – Wager, Daniel Elbridge
  112. Pioneer history of Camden, Oneida County, New York .. (1897) – Pike, Elizabeth T.
  113. The Oneidas (1907) – Bloomfield, J. K
  114. The pioneers of Utica : being sketches of its inhabitants and its institutions, with the civil history of the place, from the earliest settlement to the year 1825, the era of the opening of the Erie Canal (1877) – Bagg, M. M.
  115. Things worth knowing about Oneida County (1909) – Canfield, William Walker
  116. A history of Long Island : from its earliest settlement to the present time Volume 1 (1905) – Ross, Peter; Pelletreau, William S. (William Smith) – 796 pages
  117. A history of Long Island : from its earliest settlement to the present time Volume 2 (1905) – Ross, Peter; Pelletreau, William S. (William Smith) – 587 pages
  118. A history of Long Island : from its earliest settlement to the present time Volume 3 (1905) – Ross, Peter; Pelletreau, William S. (William Smith) – 455 pages
  119. Brooklyn and Long Island in the war; (1918)
  120. Brooklyn daily eagle automobile guide of Long Island : a touring guide to all points on Long Island, with complete road directions, maps, and selected lists of hotels, road houses and garages. (1911) – Lee, Henry J.
  121. Early Long Island: A Colonial Study (1896) – Martha Bockée Flint
  122. Genealogies of Long Island families; a collection of genealogies relating to the following Long Island families: Dickerson, Mitchill, Wickham, Carman, Raynor, Rushmore, Satterly, Hawkins, Arthur Smith, Mills, Howard, Lush, Greene; (1919) – Werner, Charles J.(Charles Jolly); Thompson, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin)
  123. Historic Long Island (1902) – Wilson, Rufus Rockwell
  124. Loafing down Long Island (1921) – Towne, Charles Hanson
  125. Long Island : its early days and development (1914) – Armbruster, Eugene L.
  126. Long Island (1863) – Jones, William Alfred
  127. Long Island historic homes, ancient and modern : including a history of their founders and builders (1901) – Whittemore, Henry
  128. Long Island illustrated; (1903)
  129. Long Island to-day; consisting of sketches on the political, industrial, topographical and geological history of Long Island and Long Island towns and villages, but more particularly of general views illustrating Long Island scenes of to-day (1909) – Ruther, Frederick
  130. Long Island, 1905 (c1905) – Long Island Railroad Company
  131. Long Island, New York, business directory (1878)
  132. Memoirs of the Long Island Historical Society Vol1 (1867) – Long Island Historical Society – 550 pages
  133. Memoirs of the Long Island Historical Society Vol2 (1867) – Long Island Historical Society – 608 pages
  134. Memoirs of the Long Island Historical Society Vol3 (1867) – Long Island Historical Society – 560 pages
  135. Memoirs of the Long Island Historical Society Vol4 (1867) – Long Island Historical Society – 470 pages
  136. Out on Long island (1892) – Long island railroad company
  137. Personal reminiscences of men and things on Long Island (1912) – Tredwell, Daniel M.
  138. Prominent residents of Long Island and their pleasure clubs (1916)
  139. The Citizen guide to Brooklyn and Long Island (1893) – Livingstone, Colin Hamilton
  140. The History of Long Island, from Its Discovery to the Present Time Volume 1 (1843) – Benjamin Franklin Thompson
  141. The History of Long Island, from Its Discovery to the Present Time Volume 2 (1843) – Benjamin Franklin Thompson
  142. The History of Long Island, from Its Discovery to the Present Time Volume 3 (1843) – Benjamin Franklin Thompson
  143. The New Long Island : a hand book of summer travel : designed for the use and information of visitors to Long Island and its watering places (1880) – Laffan, William M
  144. Unique Long Island. (camera sketches) (1902)
  145. A Brief history of Methodism in Port Jervis and vicinity, Orange County, New York, and other items of interest (1887) – Dutcher, L.
  146. A history of Deerpark in Orange County, N.Y. (1890) – Gumaer, Peter E.
  147. A history of the Minisink region : which includes the present towns of Minisink, Mount Hope, Greenville and Wawayanda, in Orange County, New York ; from their organization and first settlement to the present time ; also, including a general history of the first settlement of the county (1867) – Stickney, Charles E
  148. A record of the inscriptions in the old town burying ground of Newburgh, N. Y. .. (1898) – Emery, Rufus
  149. An outline history of Orange County : with an enumeration of the names of its towns, villages, rivers, creeks, lakes, ponds, mountains, hills and other known localities and their etymologies or historical reasons therefor ; together with local traditions and short biographical sketches of early settlers, etc. (1846) – Eager, Samuel W.
  150. Brian Pendleton and his descendants, 1599-1910, with some account of the Pembleton families of Orange County, N. Y., Ostego County, N. Y., and Luzerne County, Pa., and notices of other Pendletons of later origin in the United States (1910 [c1911]) – Pendleton, Everett Hall
  151. Constitution Island : written for the Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands, at Newburgh in the county of Orange, New York (1915) – Fish, Stuyvesant
  152. History of Orange County, New York (1881) – Ruttenber, Edward Manning
  153. History of the town of New Windsor, Orange County, N.Y. (1911) – Ruttenber, Edward Manning
  154. Inscriptions on stones, monuments and tombs in the burying ground at Little Britain, Orange County, N.Y. October 1, 1909 (1909) – Morrison, George Hamilton
  155. Legends of the Shawangunk (Shon-Gum) and its environs, including historical sketches, biographical notices, and thrilling border incidents and adventures relating to those portions of the counties of Orange, Ulster and Sullivan lying in the Shawangunk region (1887) – Smith, Philip H.
  156. Middletown, the metropolis of Orange County (1910)
  157. Portrait and biographical record of Orange county, New York, Containing portraits and biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens of the county. Together with biographies and portraits of all the presidents of the United States (1895)
  158. Sketches of some of the prominent members of the Orange County bar (1917) – Anthony, Walter Case
  159. The history of Orange County, New York (1908) – Headley, Russel
  160. Biographical review : this volume contains biographical sketches of the leading citizens of Broome County, New York … (1894)
    Broome County (1895)
  161. Broome County, New York, rural directory (1917)
  162. Gazetteer and business directory of Broome and Tioga Counties, N. Y. for 1872-3 (1872) – Child, Hamilton
  163. Historical address, relating to the county of Broome in the state of New York (1876) – Burr, George
  164. The annals of Binghamton, and of the country connected with it, from the earliest settlement (1840) – Wilkinson, J. B
  165. History and genealogy of the Cock, Cocks, Cox family, descended from James and Sarah Cock, of Killingworth upon Matinecock, in the township of Oyster Bay, Long Island, N.Y (1914) – Cocks, George William
  166. History of St. George’s Church, Hempstead, Long Island, N.Y. (1881) – Moore, William H. (William Henry)
  167. Oyster Bay Town Records 1653-1690 (1916) – Daniel Underhill
  168. Records of the Reformed Dutch church of Oyster Bay, L.I., 1741-1835 (1912)
  169. Records of the towns of North and South Hempstead, Long island, New York Volume 1 [1654-1880] (1896) – Hicks, Benjamin D – 547 pages
  170. Records of the towns of North and South Hempstead, Long island, New York Volume 2 [1654-1880] (1896) – Hicks, Benjamin D – 566 pages
  171. Records of the towns of North and South Hempstead, Long island, New York Volume 3 [1654-1880] (1896) – Hicks, Benjamin D – 559 pages
  172. Records of the towns of North and South Hempstead, Long island, New York Volume 4 [1654-1880] (1896) – Hicks, Benjamin D – 559 pages
  173. Records of the towns of North and South Hempstead, Long island, New York Volume 5 [1654-1880] (1896) – Hicks, Benjamin D – 547 pages
  174. Records of the towns of North and South Hempstead, Long island, New York Volume 6 [1654-1880] (1896) – Hicks, Benjamin D – 576 pages
  175. Records of the towns of North and South Hempstead, Long island, New York Volume 7 [1654-1880] (1896) – Hicks, Benjamin D – 596 pages
  176. Records of the towns of North and South Hempstead, Long island, New York Volume 8 [1654-1880] (1896) – Hicks, Benjamin D – 571 pages
  177. Robinson’s Port Washington-Plandome (Nassau county, N. Y.) red book resident directory .. (1900)
  178. The early history of Hempstead (Long Island) (1879) – Moore, Charles Benjamin
  179. The Frost genealogy; descendants of William Frost of Oyster Bay, New York, showing connections never before published with the Winthrop, Underhill, Feke, Bowne and Wickes families (1912) – Frost, Josephine C.
  180. Village of Freeport, town of Hempstead, county of Nassau, Long Island, New York, Presbyterian church cemetery, 1818 to 1911 (1913) – Eardeley, William Applebie Daniel
  181. Albany and its place in the history of the United States (1886) – Fernow, Berthold
  182. Albany bi-centennial. Historical memoirs – Banks, Anthony Bleecker; Danaher, Franklin M. (Franklin Martin); Hamilton, Andrew
  183. Albany chronicles, a history of the city arranged chronologically, from the earliest settlement to the present time; illustrated with many historical pictures of rarity and reproductions of the Robert C.
  184. Pruyn collection of the mayors of Albany, owned by the Albany institute and historical and art society (1906) – Reynolds, Cuyler
  185. Albany street directory, and city guide (1869) – Wallace, Joseph C.
  186. Albany, New York, a beautiful and attractive city in which to live (1900)
  187. Catholic Albany : an illustrated history of the Catholic churches and Catholic religious, benevolent and educational institutions of the city of Albany (1895) – Louden, Michael J
  188. Early records of the city and county of Albany, and colony of Rensselaerswyck (1656-1675) (1869) – Pearson, Jonathan Volume 1
  189. Early records of the city and county of Albany, and colony of Rensselaerswyck (1656-1675) (1869) – Pearson, Jonathan Volume 2
  190. Early records of the city and county of Albany, and colony of Rensselaerswyck (1656-1675) (1869) – Pearson, Jonathan Volume 3
  191. Early records of the city and county of Albany, and colony of Rensselaerswyck (1656-1675) (1869) – Pearson, Jonathan Volume 4
  192. Gazetteer and business directory of Albany & Schenectady Co., N.Y., for 1870-71 (1870) – Child, Hamilton
  193. Heroes of Albany A memorial of the patriot-martyrs of the city and county of Albany, who sacrificed their lives during the late war in defense of our nation, 1861-1865, with a view of what was done in the county to sustain the United States government; and also brief histories of the Albany regiments (1867) – Clark, Rufus W. (Rufus Wheelwright)
  194. History of the First Presbyterian church of Albany, N.Y.; lists of its officers, and a complete catalogue of its members from its organization (1877) – Blayney, J. McClusky
  195. Random recollections of Albany, from 1800 to 1808 (1866) – Worth, Gorham A.; Munsell, Joel
  196. The Albany directory for the year 1860 : containing a general directory of the citizens, a business directory, and other miscellaneous matter (1860)
  197. The settlement and early history of Albany (1864) – Barnes, William
  198. Before the governor of the State of New York. In the matter of charges preferred against Louis F. Haffen, president of the Borough of the Bronx of the City of New York .. (1909) – MacFarlane, J. W
  199. Bronx (Borough) Direct. Morrisania and Tremont directory (1871)
    Contract for construction and operation of rapid transit railroad (Manhattan and the Bronx) With supplemental agreements to November 24th, 1903. Contract dated February 21st, 1900 (1903)
  200. History of Bronx borough, city of New York; (1906) – Comfort, Randall; Steurer, Charles David, 1859; Meyerhoff, Charles A. D.
    New York city guide; a comprehensive guide to the five boroughs of the metropolis: Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, and Richmond (1939)
  201. Private commercial schools, Manhattan and the Bronx (1918) – Stevens, Bertha Morton
  202. The borough of the Bronx, 1639-1913 – its marvelous development and historical surroundings (1913) – Cook, Harry Tecumseh
  203. The New “red book” information guide to New York city, Manhattan and Bronx; (1919)
  204. Thirty years of New York, 1882-1912; being a history of electrical development in Manhattan and the Bronx (1913) – New York Edison Company Volume 1
  205. Thirty years of New York, 1882-1912; being a history of electrical development in Manhattan and the Bronx (1913) – New York Edison Company Volume 2
  206. Trow’s general directory of the boroughs of Manhattan and Bronx, city of New York 1903 pt 2
  207. Trow’s general directory of the boroughs of Manhattan and Bronx, city of New York 1907 pt 3
  208. Trow’s general directory of the boroughs of Manhattan and Bronx, city of New York 1909 pt 1
  209. Trow’s general directory of the boroughs of Manhattan and Bronx, city of New York 1913 pt 1
  210. Trow’s general directory of the boroughs of Manhattan and Bronx, city of New York 1914 pt 2
  211. Baptismal and marriage registers of the old Dutch church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York (1891) – Hoes, Roswell Randall
  212. De Witt family, Ulster County, New York (1886) – Evans, Thomas Grier
  213. The Dutch records of Kingston, Ulster County, New York (1912) – Oppenheim, Samuel
  214. The history of the town of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York – Cochrane, Charles Henry
  215. Ulster County, N.Y. probate records in the office of the surrogate, and in the county clerk’s office at Kingston, N.Y. : a careful abstract and translation of the Dutch and english wills, letters of administration after intestates, and inventories from l665, with genealogical and historical notes (1906) – Anjou, Gustave
  216. A sketch of the history of the Presbyterian Church, in Jamaica, L.I. (1847) – MacDonald, James M. (James Madison)
  217. Baptismal record of the First Reformed Dutch church at Jamaica, Long Island, New York … Volume 1 (1912) – Frost, Josephine C – 108 pages
  218. Baptismal record of the First Reformed Dutch church at Jamaica, Long Island, New York … Volume 2 (1912) – Frost, Josephine C – 80 pages
  219. Baptismal record of the First Reformed Dutch church at Jamaica, Long Island, New York … Volume 3 (1912) – Frost, Josephine C – 82 pages
  220. Baptismal record of the First Reformed Dutch church at Jamaica, Long Island, New York … Volume 4 (1912) – Frost, Josephine C – 53 pages
  221. Baptisms, marriages, funerals, recorded at Grace Episcopal church, Jamaica, Long Island, New York, 1769-1853 (1913)
  222. Cemetries in Kings and Queens counties, Long Island, New York, 1753-1913 (1916) – Eardeley, William Applebie Daniel
  223. Documents and letters intended to illustrate the revolutionary incidents of Queens county, N.Y. (1884) – Onderdonk, Henry
  224. Flushing, Queens County, Long Island, New York (1913) – Eardeley, William Applebie Danie
  225. Genung, Ganong, Ganung genealogy : a history of the descendants of Jean Guenon of Flushing, Long Island (1906) – Nichols, Mary Josephine Genung; Nichols, L. Nelson (Leon Nelson)
  226. History of Springfield, town of Jamaica, Long island, New York (1914) – Eardeley, William Applebie Daniel
  227. Quaker records. Jericho, Long Island, N.Y (1910) – Frost, Josephine C
  228. Queens Borough, New York City, 1910-1920. The borough of homes and industry; a descriptive and illustrated book setting forth its wonderful growth and development in commerce, industry and homes during the past ten years, 1910 to 1920; a prediction of even greater growth during the next ten years, 1920 to 1930; and a statement of its many advantages, attractions and possibilities as a section wherein to live, to work and to succeed (1920) – Willis, Walter I
  229. Queens Borough; being a descriptive and illustrated book of the borough of Queens, city of Greater New York, setting forth its many advantages and possibilities as a section wherein to live, to work and succeed … Issued by the Manufacturing and industrial committee of the Chamber of commerce of the borough of Queens; (1913) – Willis, Walter I
  230. Queens County in olden times: (1865) – Onderdonk, Henry
  231. Record kept by Rev. Thomas Poyer, rector of Episcopal churches at Jamaica, Newtown & Flushing, Long Island (1913) – Poyer, Thomas; Onderdonk, Henry; Frost, Josephine C
  232. The annals of Newtown, in Queens County, New York; containing its history from its first settlement, together with many interesting facts concerning the adjacent towns; (1852) – Riker, James
  233. The origin and history of Grace church, Jamaica, New York (1914) – Ladd, Horatio Oliver Volume 1
  234. The origin and history of Grace church, Jamaica, New York (1914) – Ladd, Horatio Oliver Volume 2
  235. Brief history of the Presbyterian Church in the village of Montgomery, Orange Co., New York : together with a list of the members, and the Articles of Faith and Covenant of the Church (1890)
  236. History of Montgomery and Fulton counties, N.Y. : with illustrations and portraits of old pioneers and prominent residents (1878)
  237. History of Montgomery County : embracing early discoveries, the advance of civilization, the labors and triumphs of Sir William Johnson, the inception and development of manufactures, with town and local records, also military achievements of Montgomery patriots (1892) – Frothingham, Washington
  238. Hudson-Mohawk genealogical and family memoirs; a record of achievements of the people of the Hudson and Mohawk valleys in New York state, included within the present counties of Albany, Rensselaer, Washington, Saratoga, Montgomery, Fulton,
  239. Schenectady, Columbia and Greene (1911) – Reynolds, Cuyler
    Montgomery County, N.Y., marriage records : Performed by Rev. E lijah Herrick, 1795-1844; also records of Rev. Calvin Herrick, 1834-1876; also records of Rev. John Calvin Toll, 1803-1844 (1922) – Lethbridge, Melvin W
  240. The story of Old Fort Plain and the Middle Mohawk Valley (with five maps) (1915) – Greene, Nelson
  241. Annals of old Manhattan, 1609-1664 (1901) – Colton, Julia Maria
  242. Early memoirs of the Stilwell family, comprising the life and times of Nicholas Stilwell, the common ancestor of the numerous families bearing that surname, with some account of his brothers John and Jasper and incidentally a sketch of the history of Manhattan island and its vicinity, under the Dutch, with some contributions to a genealogy of the family (1878) – Stilwell, Benjamin Marshall
  243. History of the Manhattan club; a narrative of the activities of half a century (1915) – Watterson, Henry
  244. How Manhattan is governed : illustrated with 58 photographs and drawings. Facts you should know about the administration of the borough of Manhattan (1906)
  245. How the Dutch came to Manhattan: (1897) – McManus, Blanch
    Manhattan: historic and artistic; a six day tour of New York city; (1892) – Ober, Corolyn Faville, Mrs; Alden, Cynthia May Westover
  246. New York city guide; a comprehensive guide to the five boroughs of the metropolis: Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, and Richmond (1939) – Federal Writers’ Project (N.Y.)
  247. Relics of the revolution : the story of the discovery of the buried remains of military life in forts and camps on Manhattan Island (1916) – Bolton, Reginald Pelha
  248. The history of municipal ownership of land on Manhattan Island to the beginning of sales by the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund in 1844 (1897) – Black, George Ashton
  249. The iconography of Manhattan Island, 1498-1909 : Volume 1 (1915) – Stokes, I. N. Phelps (Isaac Newton Phelps); Paltsits, Victor Hugo; Wieder, F. C. (Frederik Caspar) – 473 pages
  250. The iconography of Manhattan Island, 1498-1909 : Volume 2 (1915) – Stokes, I. N. Phelps (Isaac Newton Phelps); Paltsits, Victor Hugo; Wieder, F. C. (Frederik Caspar) – 452 pages
  251. The iconography of Manhattan Island, 1498-1909 : Volume 3 (1915) – Stokes, I. N. Phelps (Isaac Newton Phelps); Paltsits, Victor Hugo; Wieder, F. C. (Frederik Caspar) – 1026 pages
  252. The iconography of Manhattan Island, 1498-1909 : Volume 4 (1915) – Stokes, I. N. Phelps (Isaac Newton Phelps); Paltsits, Victor Hugo; Wieder, F. C. (Frederik Caspar) – 986 pages
  253. The iconography of Manhattan Island, 1498-1909 : Volume 5 (1915) – Stokes, I. N. Phelps (Isaac Newton Phelps); Paltsits, Victor Hugo; Wieder, F. C. (Frederik Caspar) – to page 2078
  254. The iconography of Manhattan Island, 1498-1909 : Volume 6 (1915) – Stokes, I. N. Phelps (Isaac Newton Phelps); Paltsits, Victor Hugo; Wieder, F. C. (Frederik Caspar) – 677 pages
  255. The Indians of Manhattan Island and vicinity (1915) – Skinner, Alanson
  256. The origin of the name Manhattan : with historical and ethnological notes (1901) -Tooker, William Wallace
  257. The story of Manhattan (1901) – Hemstreet, Charles
  258. The story of Manhattan beach; a practical and picturesque delineation of its history, development and attractions .. (1879) – Denny, Edward W.
  259. The Tourist’s hand-book of New York, giving an up-to-date list of the various places and objects of interest in New York City, together with a brief description of same … also a chronological history of Manhattan Island, from 1524 to 1905 (1905) – Doyle, H. J.
  260. Vignettes of Manhattan (1894) – Matthews, Brander
  261. A documentary history of het (the) Nederdvytsche gemeente. Dutch congregation, of Oyster Bay Volume 1 and 2 (1907) – Stoutenburgh, Henry A
  262. Baptismal record of the Reformed Dutch Church at Oyster Bay, Long Island, New York, 1741-1846 (1913) – Frost, Josephine C
  263. Ancestry and posterity of Cornelius Henry Tiebout of Brooklyn (1910) – Tiebout, Cornelius Henry
  264. Brooklyn, New York, city directory (1903) Part 1
  265. Brooklyn, New York, city directory (1906) Part 2
  266. Brooklyn, New York, city directory (1912) Part 3
  267. Brooklyn, the home borough of New York City : its family life, educational advantages, civic virtues, physical attractions, and varied industries (1912)
  268. Brooklyn. Photographs in black (1891)
  269. Down town Brooklyn; a report to the comptroller of the city of New York on sites for public buildings and the relocation of the elevated railroad tracks now in lower Fulton street borough of Brooklyn .. (1913)
  270. Historic and antiquarian scenes in Brooklyn and its vicinity : with illustrations of some of its antiquities (1868) – Field, Thomas W.
  271. Historic Green Point ; a brief account of the beginning and development of the northerly section of the borough of Brooklyn, City of New York, locally known as Green Point (1918) – Felter, William L. (William Landon)
  272. Historical sketch of the Church of St. Antony of Padua, Brooklyn, N.Y. : with an account of the rectorship of Rev. P.F. O’Hare (1897) – Heffernan, Michael P; O’Hare, Patrick F.
  273. History of the First Reformed Protestant Dutch church of Breuckelen, now known as the First Reformed church of Brooklyn, 1654 to 1896 (1896)
  274. Lives of the clergy of New York and Brooklyn: embracing two hundred biographies of eminent living men in all denominations. Also, the history of each sect and congregation (1874) – Patten, James Alexander
  275. Notes, geographical and historical, relating to the town of Brooklyn, on Long-Island (1865) – Furman, Gabriel; Spooner, A. J. (Alden Jeremiah); Gowans, William
  276. Old Sands street Methodist Episcopal church, of Brooklyn, N.Y (1885) – Warriner, Edwin
  277. Early history of Staten Island (1918) – Kolff, Cornelius G.
  278. Greater New York album. One hundred selected views, New York city, Brooklyn, Staten island, etc. From recent photographs (1895) – Rand, McNally & co.
  279. Historical records of Staten Island (1883) – Brooks, Erastus
  280. History and legend of Howard Avenue and the Serpentine Road, Grymes Hill, Staten Island (1914) – Hine, C. G. (Charles Gilbert)
  281. History of Methodism and the Methodist Churches of Staten Island (1898) – Hubbell, A. Y
  282. History of Richmond County (Staten Island) New York, from its discovery to the present time (1887) – Bayles, Richard Mather
    History, story, legend of the old King’s Highway : now the Richmond Road, Staten Island, N.Y (1916) – Hine, C. G. (Charles Gilbert)
  283. Morris’s memorial history of Staten Island, New York Volume 1 (1898) – Morris, Ira K. – 415 pages
  284. Morris’s memorial history of Staten Island, New York Volume 2 (1898) – Morris, Ira K. – 541 pages
  285. Proceedings of the bi-centennial celebration of Richmond county, Staten island, New York (1883)
  286. Prominent men of Staten Island, 1893 (1893)
  287. Rand, McNally & Co.’s Handy Guide to New York City, Brooklyn, Staten Island, and Other Districts … (1907) – Ernest Ingersoll
  288. Records of the Dutch Reformed Church of Port Richmond, S.I., baptisms from 1696 to 1772; United Brethren Congregation, commonly called Moravian Church, S.I., births and baptisms: 1749 to 1853, marriages: 1764 to 1863, deaths and burials: 1758 to 1828; St. Andrew’s Church, Richmond, S.I., births and baptisms from 1752 to 1795, marriages from 1754 to 1808. With portrait of Rev. Melatiah Everett Dwight .. (1909) – Wright, Tobias Alexander
  289. Rides and rambles on Staten island (1889) – Campbell, Reau
  290. Staten Island and Staten Islanders (1909) – Lynd, Margaret Louise
  291. Staten Island names ; ye olde names and nicknames (1896) – Davis, William Thompson; Leng, Charles William
  292. Staten Island, one vast city (1869) – Batchelor, George
  293. Staten Island. A guide book .. (1890) – Kobbé, Gustav
  294. The major and the queen, or, A royal grant to a gallant soldier : a Staten Island record of historic import (1915) – Mershon, S. L. (Stephen Lyon)
  295. The story and documentary history of the Perine House : Dongan Hills, Staten Island, headquarters of the Staten Island Antiquarian Society (1915) – Hine, C. G. (Charles Gilbert); Perrine, Howland Delano
  296. A history of Oneonta from its earliest settlement to the present time Volume 1 (1906) – Campbell, Dudley M
  297. A history of Oneonta from its earliest settlement to the present time Volume 2 (1906) – Campbell, Dudley M
  298. A history of Otego (1907) – Blakely, Stuart Banyar
  299. History of Cherry Valley from 1740 to 1898 (1898) – Sawyer, John
  300. History of Otsego County, New York. With illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers (1878) – Hurd, D. Hamilton
  301. Quaker records from Duanesburgh, later called Butternuts, Otsego County, New York (1910) – Frost, Josephine C
  302. Reminiscences : personal and other incidents ; early settlement of Otsego County ; notices and anecdotes of public men ; judicial, legal, and legislative matters ; field sports ; dissertations and discussions (1852) – Beardsley, Levi
  303. Richfield Springs and vicinity (1874) – Bailey, William Theodore
  304. The legends and traditions of a northern county (1921) – Cooper, James Fenimore
  305. The official blue book, Oneonta and Otsego County .. (1907)
  306. The pioneers of Unadilla village, 1784-1840 (1902) – Halsey, Francis W.
  307. The story of Cooperstown (1917) – Birdsall, Ralph
  308. Antiquities of the parish church, Hempstead (1880) – Onderdonk, Henry
  309. History of St. George’s church, Hempstead, Long Island, N.Y (1881) – Moore, William H
  310. The descendants of Adam Mott of Hempstead, Long Island, N. Y.
  311. A genealogical study (1906) – Harris, Edward Doubleday
  312. The early history of Hempstead (Long Island) (1879) – Moore, Charles Benjamin
  313. A biographical record of Schuyler County, New York (1903)
  314. A brief history of Chemung county, New York (1907) – Towner, Ausburn
  315. A history of the Moravian Church in New York City (1922) – Stocker, Harry Emilius
  316. A political history of the state of New York (1906) – Alexander, De Alva Stanwood
  317. Albany bi-centennial. Historical memoirs
  318. Bibliography of New York colonial history (1901) – Flagg, Charles Allcott; Jennings, Judson T. (Judson Toll)
  319. Biographical and portrait cyclopedia of Chautauqua County, New York (1891) – Dilley, Butler F.; Edson, Obed
  320. Biographical directory of the state of New York, 1900
  321. Constitutional history of the state of New York (1915) – Dougherty, J. Hampden (John Hampden)
  322. Flushing, Queens County, Long Island, New York (1913) – Eardeley, William Applebie Daniel
  323. Historical guide to the city of New York (1909) – Kelly, Frank Bergen
  324. History of Herkimer county, New York (1893) – Hardin, George Anson; Willard, F. H. (Frank Hallett) – 550 pages plus 276 pages of family sketches
  325. History of Jefferson County, New York (1878) – Durant, Samuel W; Peirce, H. B. (Henry B.)
  326. History of Kenmore. Erie County, New York (1926) – Parkhurst, Frederick S. (Frederick Shrewsbury)
  327. History of Monroe county, New York ; (1877) – McIntosh, W. H.
  328. History of New Netherland; or, New York under the Dutch Volume 1 (1848) – O’Callaghan, E. B. (Edmund Bailey) – 493 pages
  329. History of New Netherland; or, New York under the Dutch Volume 2 (1848) – O’Callaghan, E. B. (Edmund Bailey) – 608 pages
  330. History of New York (1889) – Walworth, Jeannette H.
  331. History of New York ship yards (1909) – Morrison, John H. (John Harrison)
  332. History of Onondaga County, New York (1878) – Clayton, W.W. (W. Woodford)
  333. History of Ontario county, New York (1893) – Aldrich, Lewis Cass; Conover, George S. (George Stillwell)
  334. History of Orange County, New York (1881) – Ruttenber, Edward Manning; Clark, L. H. (Lewis H.)
  335. History of Oswego County, New York (1877) – Johnson, Crisfield
  336. History of the city of New York : its origin, rise, and progress volume 1 The period prior to the Revolution, closing in 1774 (1877) – Lamb, Martha J. (Martha Joanna); Harrison, Burton – 786 pages
  337. History of the city of New York : its origin, rise, and progress volume 2 The century of national independence, closing in 1880 (1877) – Lamb, Martha J. (Martha Joanna); Harrison, Burton – 820 pages
  338. History of the city of New York : its origin, rise, and progress volume 3 History of the city of New York : externals of modern New York (1877) – Lamb, Martha J. (Martha Joanna); Harrison, Burton – 561 pages
  339. History of the city of New York : its origin, rise, and progress volume 4
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