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History of Northwestern New York: 
Erie, Niagara, Wyoming, Genesee and Orleans Counties New York

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A Complete Searchable Publication on CD
History of northwestern New York : Erie, Niagara, Wyoming, Genesee and Orleans Counties New York: Lewis Historical Pub. Co.,Horton, John Theodore., 1833  pgs. 
Contents
  Vol. I. Part I: "Before the Saxon march the forest fell" Chapter I. The land and the men who fought to win it
  Vol. I. Part I. Chapter II. Erie County in 1820
  Vol. I. Part I. Chapter II. The winners develop their domain
  Vol. I. Part I. Chapter III. The winners try to set their fences over
  Vol. I. Part I. Chapter IV. Fat years and lean
  Vol. I. Part II. Commerce and conscience. Chapter V. Whiggery flourishes in Erie County
  Vol. I. Part II. Chapter VI. Erie County has conscience trouble
  Vol. I. Part II. Chapter VII. Pride and prejudice
  Vol. I. Part II. Chapter VIII. "He hath sounded forth the trumpet"
  Vol. I. Part II. Interlude--Furnished by the Fenians
  Vol. I. Part III. Chapter IX. Erie County shares the fruits of victory
  Vol. I. Part III. Chapter X. Capitalists promote piety and learning
  Vol. Part III. Chapter XI. The Gilded Age
  Vol. Part III. Chapter XII. Appeasement with a dinner pail
  Vol. I. Part IV. The swift current of world history. Chapter XIII. " A hot time in the old town tonight"
  Vol. I. Part IV. Chapter XIV. Calm and storm
  Vol. I. Part IV. Chapter XV. Erie County during the armistice
  Vol. I. Part IV. Chapter XVI. The Neuter Nation
  Vol. I. Wyoming County. Chapter I. Wyoming in the beginning
  Vol. I. Chapter II. Coming of the settlers
  Vol. I. Chapter III. Civil government
  Vol. I. Chapter IV. Agriculture
  Vol. I. Chapter V. Transportation
  Vol. I. Chapter VI. Industrial development
  Vol. I. Chapter VII. Education and recreation
  Vol. I. Chapter VIII. Religion and its influences
  Vol. I. Chapter IX. Other cultural and social service insititutions
  Vol. I. Chapter X. War comes to the county
  Vol. I. Chapter XI. Notable persons from Wyoming County
  Vol. II. Niagara County. Chapter I. High lights of Niagara County history
  Vol. II. Chapter II. Niagara chronological events
  Vol. II. Chapter III. Indian and colonial history
  Vol. II. Chapter IV. The French and Indian War
  Vol. II. Political history and Niagara County
  Vol. II. Chapter VI. The story of Niagara power
  Vol. II. Chapter VII. Great Niagara Industrial development
  Vol. II. Chapter VIII. Niagara as a glamorous spectacle
  Vol. II. Chapter IX. LaSalle Father of Great Lakes Commerce
  Vol. II. Chapter X. The Genessee Country
  Vol. II. Chapter XI. The ancient Fort Niagara
  Vol. II. Chapter XII. Creation of Niagara County
  Vol. II. Chapter XIII. The second war with Great Britain
  Vol. II. Chapter XIV. How Niagara was made free
  Vol. II. Chapter XV. Eminent Niagara people
  Vol. II. Chapter XVI. Niagara County historical publications
  Vol. II. Chapter XVII. Niagara in the wars
  Vol. II. Chapter XVIII. Waterways, railroads and bridges
  Vol. II. Chapter XIX. Agriculture and horticulture
  Vol. II. Chapter XX. County pioneers and other historical organizations
  Vol. II. Chapter XXI. Niagara Church, educational and fraternal history
  Vol. II. Chapter XXII. Niagara County banks, lawyers and physicians
  Vol. II. Chapter XXIII. Niagara County has three cities
  Vol. II. Chapter XXIV. Twelve townships in Niagara County
  Vol. II. Chapter XXV. Niagara River feats and tragedies
  Vol. II. Chapter XXVI. "Niagara Spray" called first "Erie Stones"
  Vol. II. Orleans County
  Vol. II. Chapter I. Indians first inhabitants and the Holland Purchase
  Vol. II. Chapter II. The tremendous impetus of the Erie Canal
  Vol. II. Chapter III. The important Medina sandstone quarries
  Vol. II. Chapter IV. The political history of Orleans County
  Vol. II. Chapter V. Early lake shipping at Shaddegee
  Vol. II. Chapter VI. The Yates Academy, one of a string of early educational institutions
  Vol. II. Chapter VII. Ridge Road
  Vol. II. Genessee County
  Vol. II. Genessee County. Preface
  Vol. II. Chapter I. The early story
  Vol. II. Chapter II. Notable county figures
  Vol. II. Chapter III. Political history
  Vol. II. Chapter IV. The modern Genesee County
  Vol. III. Northwestern New York
  Vol. III. Index 

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