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AW&LE Hendrix <[log in to unmask]>
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A LISTSERV list for discussions pertaining to New York State history." <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 20 Dec 2000 18:35:21 -0500
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--Henry Conklin, Through Poverty's Vale, Syracuse U. Press 1974. "A
Hardscrabble Boyhood in New York State"
--Gavin Watt, Burning of the Valleys, Dundurn Press, Toronto & Oxford
1997. "Daring Raids from Canada against the New York Frontier in the
Fall of 1780"
--Isabel Thompson Kelsay, Joseph Brant 1743-1807, Syracuse U. Press,
1984. "Man of Two Worlds" (sounds like a biography for good reason)
--Barbara Graymont, Iroquois in the American Revolution, Syracuse U.
Press, 1972. (No subtitle)
--Michael Kammen, Colonial New York a History, KTO Press, Millwood,
N.Y., 1975 reprint of Scribner edition, no subtitle, ISBN 0-527-18717-8
and 0-527-18725-9 pbk.
--E. Fuller Torrey M.D., Frontier Justice: The Rise and Fall of the
Loomis Gang, North Country Books, Utica, 1992.

Lou Tremante wrote:

> Dear Fellow NYHIST-L members:I am creating a course for upper level
> college-level students titled "The History of New York State" and
> would appreciate any suggestions for my reading list (especially newer
> titles), including films or other resources that list subscribers
> enjoyed or think will be useful in this environment. Once I compile
> the list I'll post it to the list.Thanks,Lou Tremante
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