and History of STATEN ISLAND, New York
10 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
|1. Staten Island and its
people : a history, 1609-1929 New York: Lewis Historical Pub. Co.,
1930-1933, Leng, Charles W. 2703 pgs.
|2. Morris's memorial history
of Staten Island, New York: Memorial Pub. Co., c1898-c1900, Morris,
Ira K. 996 pgs.
|3. The earliest volume of
Staten Island records : 1678-1813 New York, N.Y.: The Survey, 1942,
|4. Chiefly Bible records
: copied from those of the Staten Island Hist. Society at Port Richmond,
Staten Island, N.Y. Brooklyn, N.Y, 69 pgs.
|5. Prominent men of Staten
Island, 1893 New York: A.Y. Hubbell, 1893, 145 pgs.
|6. The Historic village
of Richmond, town and vicinity : Staten Island, New York Staten Island,
N.Y.: The Society, 1946, 3 pgs.
|7. Annals of Staten Island
: from its discovery to the present time New York: Press of C. Vogt, 1877,
Clute, J. J. 478 pgs.
|8. Discourse delivered in
the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, Port Richmond, Staten Island New
York: Sackett, Mackay & Lord, law, book and job printers, 1865,
Brownlee, James Henry, 67 pgs.
|9. The Church of St. Andrew,
Richmond, Staten Island : its history, vital records and gravestone
inscriptions Staten Island, N.Y.: Published under the auspices of the Staten
Island Historical Society by W.T. Davis, 1925, Davis, William T. 278
|10. History and legend of
Howard Avenue and the Serpentine Road : Grymes Hill, Staten Island
New York: Hine Bros. Printery, 1914, Hine, C. G. 99 pgs.
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