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Genealogy and History BROOME County, New York
NEARLY 1900 Pages of Information

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CD Content
  4 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  History of Broome County : with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers Syracuse: D. Mason, 1885,  Smith, H. P. 660  pgs
Book Contents
History of Broome County
Chapter I. From the discovery to 1683 
Chapter II. The Iroquois 
Chapter III. The French, English and Iroquois 
Chapter IV. From 1744 to 1770 
Chapter V. From 1770 to the Revolution 
Chapter VI. New York during the Revolution 
Chapter VII. The Indians during the Revolution 
Chapter VIII. Close of Indian troubles 
Chapter IX. The Indians in Broome County 
Chapter X. Early settlements 
Chapter XI. Internal improvements 
Chapter XII. Divisions and titles 
Chapter XIII. Natural characteristics
Chapter XIV. Civil list 
Chapter XV. Public buildings, institutions and societies 
Chapter XVI. The bench and bar of Broome County 
Chapter XVII. The medical profession in Broome County 
Chapter XVIII. Secret societies 
Chapter XIX. Military history
Chapter XX. History of the town of Binghamton 
Chapter XXI. History of the city of Binghamton 
Chapter XXII. History of the town of Windsor
Chapter XXIII. History of the town of Sanford
Chapter XXIV. History of the town of Colesville
Chapter XXV. History of the town of Triangle
Chapter XXVI. History of the town of Barker
Chapter XXVII. History of the town of Lisle 
Chapter XXVIII. History of the town of Nanticoke 
Chapter XXIX. History of the town of Union 
Chapter XXX. History of the town of Chenango 
Chapter XXXI. History of the town of Fenton 
Chapter XXXII. History of the town of Vestal 
Chapter XXXIII. History of the town of Conklin 
Chapter XXXIV. History of the town of Kirkwood 
Chapter XXXV. History of the town of Maine 
Chpater XXXVI. Biographical 
Brief personals
2.  Biographical review : this volume contains biographical sketches of the leading citizens of Broome County, New York. Boston: Biographical Review Pub. Co., 1894, 838  pgs.
      

3.  Revolutionary War veterans in Broome County Binghamton, N.Y.: The Chapter, 141  pgs
      
4.  Unpublished census records of the towns of Union, Vestal, Lisle, and Barker, Broome County, N.Y. Binghamton: Finehout, Laura Yates, 193  pgs. 

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